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Click a city to find Nebraska home listings. We can find listings for all types of properties for sale, including houses, condos, land and townhomes.

Where available in Nebraska, we give you access to the local MLS (Multiple Listing Service) which is the most complete source for homes for sale listings.


Major Nebraska Metro Areas

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Beatrice Area Lincoln Area
Columbus Area Norfolk Area
Fremont Area North Platte Area
Grand Island Area Omaha-Council Bluffs Area
Hastings Area Scottsbluff Area
Kearney Area Sioux City Area
Lexington Area  


Other Nebraska Cities

View MLS Listings and Homes for Sale in these Nebraska cities.
Alliance Elsie Pawnee City
Alma Fairbury Paxton
Atkinson Falls City Randolph
Auburn Friend Rising City
Aurora Genoa Rosalie
Bayard Hartington Schuyler
Bertrand Hay Springs Shelby
Bladen Hazard Sidney
Bloomfield Hebron Stratton
Bridgeport Hemingford Stromsburg
Broken Bow Holdrege Surprise
Callaway Kimball Syracuse
Chadron Lawrence Talmage
Craig Linwood Tecumseh
Crofton Mc Cook Tekamah
Dalton Merna Ulysses
David City Nebraska City Unadilla
De Witt Neligh Waco
Dorchester Oakland West Point
Douglas Ogallala Wilber
Edison Oneill  


Nebraska Quick Statistics
 
Population: 1,783,440 (Ranked 38th)
Largest Nebraska Cities:
Omaha: 432,930
Lincoln (Capital): 225,590
Bellevue: 44,390
 
Notable Areas:
 
Omaha
The largest city in Nebraska, Omaha is the county seat of Douglas County. The city is located in the Midwestern United States on the Missouri River. Omaha is the home of five Fortune 500 companies and two Fortune 1000 businesses. The First National Bank of Omaha is the largest privately held bank in the U.S.
 
Lincoln:
The capital of Nebraska and the second most populous city in the state, Lincoln is the county seat of Lancaster County. AS of 2008, the city has been named one the healthiest cities in the U.S.
 
Bellevue:
Bellevue, which means “Beautiful View” in French, is a city about 8 miles south of Omaha. Incorporated in 1855, it is the oldest city in Nebraska.
 
Nebraska Real Estate Market Snapshot
Housing Units (2007): 780,804
Households (2000): 666,184
Home Ownership Rate (2000): 67.4%
 
Average NE Home Sales Price: $209,387
 
Nebraska Income (2007)
Median Household: $47,072
Median Family: $ 58,587
 
Education:
University of Nebraska System:  includes 5 public universities
Nebraska State College System: include 3 public colleges
Private Universities: Bellevue University, Clarkson College, Concordia University, Creighton University, Union College
 
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