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Omaha Real Estate

From historic areas to the ultra-hip, Omaha offers homes for sale, entertainment, recreation, and shopping for every taste. Although many still think of Omaha in conjunction with the Union Pacific Railroad and the famous Union Stockyards, modern Omaha's economy is largely based on skilled knowledge jobs and tourism. With its diverse population, cultures, and employment opportunities, Omaha welcomes everyone. No wonder Kiplinger's named it the nation's 3rd best city to live, work, and play. View Current Omaha Real Estate Listings

 

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Bennington Nebraska

Bennington Homes

When you want a home within easy commuting distance to Omaha, but with a rural atmosphere, consider Bennington. This small town boasts a low cost of living, a higher than average per capita income, and an enviably low unemployment rate. Families are drawn to Bennington for the academic excellence of the Bennington Public School System. Teachers number one to every 15 students, and parent involvement is encouraged. Learn More


Millard Nebraska

Millard Homes

Although Millard was annexed into the city of Omaha in 1971, the Millard School District remains an independent unit – not part of the Omaha Public Schools. The Millard School District holds the distinction of being home to Nebraska's only K-12 Baccalaureate program. The District boasts sky-high test scores, a top ranked music program, and one of the country's best library systems. It's no wonder parents choose to purchase homes in Millard. Learn More


Gretna Nebraska Homes

Gretna Homes

Home prices in Gretna, Nebraska have remained both stable and affordable, in spite of a population growth rate of 88.6% from 2000 to 2010. Less than ½ of 1% of homes for sale in Gretna are in distressed status. Gretna's approximately 4,500 residents enjoy small town living, an exceptional school district, a growing business community, and a wide variety of community activities. Nearby Platte and Elkhorn Rivers offer exceptional outdoor recreational opportunities, while easy access to both Omaha and Lincoln mean an easy commute to a wide variety of employment choices. Learn More


Ralston Nebraska

Ralston Homes

Battered over the last century by fire, tornados and con men, Ralston, Nebraska, is once again thriving. As Ralston celebrates its 100th Birthday in 2012, this "City within a City" can boast of low unemployment levels, higher than average per capita income, and a poverty rate more than 84% below the national average. In spite of that, home prices remain affordable. Learn More


Papillion Nebraska

Papillion Homes

A variety of affordable housing choices is just one of the reasons to choose a home in Papillion, Nebraska. Ranked #5 in Money Magazine's top 10 American Cities for 2011, Papillion also offers variety in employment and recreation choices to keep the whole family happy. A thriving agricultural community combined with major employers in the fields of finance, health, energy, insurance, transportation, and foods keep employment rates and per capita incomes well above national averages. Learn More


Bellevue Nebraska

Bellevue Homes

From its beginnings as a fur trading post to its current status as the 3rd largest city in Nebraska, Bellevue has had its ups and downs. Now home to Offutt Air Force Base and Bellevue University, Bellevue retains that friendly, small town atmosphere. And in spite of a low unemployment rate and above average per capita income, homes for sale in Bellevue, Nebraska are surprisingly affordable. Learn More


Elkhorn Nebraska

Elkhorn Homes

Formally annexed into the city of Omaha in 2005, Elkhorn is primarily distinguished by the Elkhorn School District. Ten public schools serve approximately 5,000 students in grades PK through 12, with a ratio of 16 students per full-time equivalent teacher. Elkhorn is also home to two private schools. The Elkhorn Public Schools boast high ratings from both students and parents and a high school dropout rate that is less than ¼ the national average. Learn More


Westside Omaha

Westside Homes

In 1946, three small rural Omaha school districts joined together to form the Westside Community School District. They had a mission to "meet the unique needs of all learners," and they are fulfilling that mission. Now nationally acclaimed, Westside offers such innovations as modular scheduling, foreign language study at elementary levels, the 1-to-1 initiative that puts a laptop in the hands of every high school student, and online parental access to student records. Small class sizes, required ongoing teacher education, and strict graduation requirements ensure that Westide graduates are ready to take their places in today's adult world. Learn More


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