Our Core Values

We’ve been part of the Omaha real estate industry for over 20 years. While we’ve always strived to achieve certain goals and had a particular way of doing business, we

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Omaha-Council Bluffs Regions Named Top in the Country for Millennials

A recently released study from RealtyHop reports that 16 of the top 20 metro areas for millennials are in the Midwest. And it came as no surprise to us that

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Talk of Potential Landlord Registry Ordinance in Omaha

As you may have very recently read, an apartment complex owner in North Omaha has made the news for receiving more than 1,000 code violations for unsafe and unsanitary conditions,

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Omaha in Search of New Housing Authority CEO

After just two and a half years, Judith Carlin has resigned as the Omaha Housing Authority CEO. Since Carlin’s departure, board members have praised her efforts in leading the department

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Omaha Could Be in the Top 40 Largest Cities in the US

The annexation of twelve districts and thousands of people could bump Omaha into the list of America’s largest cities. As these things usually go, some property owners are all for

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Benefits Of Choosing A Local Lender

As we’ve discussed in the past, one of the best things a home buyer can do is shop around for loans. Doing so will help you to be the most

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Let’s Talk About this Eminent Domain Thing…

You may have heard this term brought up lately in the local news. The owner of a building in downtown Omaha, located on 18th and Howard is being forced to

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Shout Out to Habitat for Humanity!

To live in Omaha is to love Omaha…at least that’s what I believe. Communities like the one we are privileged to live in don’t just regenerate on their own. Habitat

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Advantages Of Buying A Home In Omaha

There are many advantages to buying a home in Omaha. Many of our clients look forward to the little things, like being able to remodel or redecorate without having to

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14 New Hotels in the Works for Omaha

Seems like a lot, right? Well over the next several years, Omaha will see a total of 1,500 new hotel rooms to accommodate our guests. That’s an increase of about

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