Omaha - Council Bluffs Rental Articles
A helpful section of articles, written to address some of the many questions that arise when you're looking to rent an apartment in the Omaha-Council Bluffs area.
According to The World-Herald, the Great Omaha Chamber of Commerce recently announced the winners of the Big O! Excellence Awards.
According to the Metro Area Continuum of Care for the Homeless' annual point-in-time census, this is the second consecutive year where homelessness has decreased in Omaha.
According to a recent article in RE Journal, Omaha's multi-family market is slotted to become even stronger with new construction rebooting in a post-recession economy that boasts a 4.3 percent unemployment rate.
According to reports from the National Association of Homebuilders, climbing material costs and difficulties securing adequate financing are diminishing profit margins for builders and could prevent them from matching market demand.
Visit Nebraska's Lauritzen Gardens to admire wonderful plant displays in bright, colorful settings.
On July 29, 1929, Nebraska workers began constructing a structure that would quickly become a classic part of the region's history - The Durham Museum.
Whether it's a college hockey game between two fierce rivals or a musical performance from one of the nation's top country acts, the CenturyLink Center provides attendees with plenty of reasons to smile.
The Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium provides a whale of a time for attendees.
People who explore the market of IRET properties in Omaha, Nebraska, can enjoy a wide range of attractions and entertainment, including SkateDaze. Take a trip to SkateDaze to spend time at an entertainment center that features a vast array of activities that will make parents and children smile.
When Americans think of cities known for their theater culture, their minds tend to go straight to the heavy hitters - New York City, Los Angeles and Chicago.
Whether it's current IRET Properties tenants or renters in general, a considerable number of them say that while they may not be in the market to buy a new house at the moment, they likely will purchase a home of their own at some point in the future.
Americans have always had a fascination with zoos. With its wide variety of animal species and array of climates, the country is an ideal place for zoos of all types.
In many ways, Omaha is the definition of a modern city.
Renters would be hard-pressed to find a place friendlier to kids than in Nebraska.
While a new report suggests buying a home is cheaper than renting an apartment over the long run, it's often dependent on certain things being satisfied.
As renting continues to be a preferred living arrangement among Americans, including at IRET Properties, a new report details some of the most popular neighborhoods that have been researched by prospective tenants.
According to the Omaha City Planning Department, about 900 apartments have either been built or redeveloped in the downtown portion of Omaha since 2008, reports the Omaha World-Herald.
As a recent report indicates, the Midwest is far from experiencing a recession. In fact, it's one of the most thriving parts of the country, especially Nebraska.
Few places rival Omaha, Nebraska, when it comes to getting the most bang for your buck.
In 2012 alone, CNNMoney, Business Insider and other sources recognized Omaha, Nebraska, as one of the ten leading cities in the country for businesses - a trait that has drawn many renters to the city.
When it comes to apartments in Omaha, it's tough to beat the scenic Greenfield Apartments. With spacious interiors and well-kept grounds, these units are a great way to experience the "Gateway to the West."
An important component in being part of any great city is to find a way to carve out your own little slice of it.
The apartment market is performing strongly in many Midwest cities currently, as a growing number of families are moving from single-family homeownership into multifamily rentals.
The Gateway to the West, Omaha is Nebraska's largest city and among the country's top 50 in terms of population, according to the 2010 Census, many of whom are Omaha renters.
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