Breakdown of Nebraska Homes for Sale
|Average Sale Price||$298,144|
Spread across the border between the Great Plains and Midwestern portions of the country, Nebraska provides a beautiful, treeless prairie with a number of small spread-out communities. The largest cities in the state, Omaha and Lincoln, have experienced the greatest recent growth and boast a number of new high-tech energy efficient suburban neighborhoods with easy city access.
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Nebraska's largest city, Omaha has been recognized as one of the best cities in the country ranking as Forbes Magazine's top "Best Bang for The Buck City" in 2009 and has also been listed as "America's Fastest Recovering Cities." Additionally, the booming city offers a number of cultural activities including rich theater arts organizations, an array of historical sites and museums, a number of music festivals and venues and a premier zoo. The second most populous city and capital, Lincoln, is situated in the southeast of the state and houses the University of Nebraska. The area also offers a number of arts and culture opportunities as well as a rich parks and recreation infrastructure that extends to surrounding smaller communities. Individuals can hike trails, horseback ride and learn about Native American Culture. Communities throughout the state offer substantial recreational activities and affordable living.