Omaha, NE Homes

Omaha, NE Homes Omaha's Elite Real Estate GroupThe largest city in the state of Nebraska and the 40th largest city in the U.S., Omaha is a far cry from the sleepy Midwest town that many envision. From the bustling modern riverfront (featuring sky rise condos overlooking the lights of the new Bob Kerrey Pedestrian Bridge) to the quaint shops and cobblestone streets of the Old Market, to the 29 golf courses, five area lakes and two rivers, Omaha is packed with enough entertainment options to keep anyone, of any age, looking forward to the next adventure. For example, after enjoying a world famous Omaha steak, you may want to walk over and watch the dancing lights of the fountain at Heartland of America Park, catch a Smithsonian exhibit at the Durham Museum, or take in the ever-changing landscape of Lauritzen Gardens’ 100 acres.

A warm and extremely family-oriented city, Omaha takes child’s play to the penthouse level. Family fun options range from a day spent at the Henry Doorly Zoo – one of the top rated zoos in the country (featuring the world’s largest indoor rainforest), to enjoying Nebraska’s largest art museum, The Joslyn Museum, rated among the “10 Best Art Museums for Kids” in the nation, to the wet and wonderful CoCo Key Water Resort – a 60,000-square-foot indoor water park.

According to USA Today, Omaha ranks 8th among the nation’s 50 largest cities in terms of per-capita billionaires and Fortune 500 companies – Berkshire Hathaway, ConAgra Foods, Union Pacific Railroad, Peter Kiewit & Sons Inc. and Mutual of Omaha. As such, it’s no surprise that the city also features world-class live entertainment options.

Top performers journey from around the globe to perform at the celebrated Century Link Center, the historically opulent Orpheum Theater and the Holland Performing Arts Center, widely considered one of the best sounding concert halls in the country. A well-known hub for the indie rock scene, Omaha is also home to the largest community theater in the country and an impressive live children’s theater. Omaha’s brand new $126 million TD Ameritrade stadium plays host to the NCAA Men’s College World Series each June, adding to a packed summer schedule downtown that includes the Summer Arts Festival and Sand in the City, a 350-ton giant sand sculpting competition.

Residents of Omaha enjoy all of this, along with bountiful real estate for sale, a low cost of living, low unemployment rates, top-rated schools, universities and medical care – “O” why would you live anywhere else? Check out all that Omaha has to offer. The real estate market is hot and properties are available for any budget!

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