A Diverse Economy
Perhaps the key to Omaha's success is its recession proof economy. Since its founding in 1856, Omaha has been a major hub of commercial activity. Because of its diverse economic base, Omaha has survived all of the recessions that hurt so many of the other Midwest cities. Apart from its status as the nation's telecommunications capital, Omaha's economy includes agriculture, food processing, insurance, transportation, healthcare and education. Warren Buffet of Berkshire Hathaway makes his home in Omaha, as do Con Agra, Union Pacific Railroad and Mutual of Omaha Companies, all Fortune 500 Corporations.
Omaha has a number of affordable housing options whether you are looking to buy or rent. Since it is so affordable, most residents own homes throughout the Omaha and surrounding areas. Our training sites are located in south-central Omaha housing area #241 when searching for nearby properties.
Follow the links below to help in your property search. Omaha uses the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) and is an open market so most sites allow you to search other company's listings as well. Feel free to contact us if you have questions about specific areas in the city and we will gladly try to answer your questions!