How millennials are changing the real estate market
In 2019, housing markets are evovling to cater to millennial home buyers. In order to do this, The Fairfield Team has come up with millennial housing trends and a millennial home wish list to help you get to know your first-time homebuyers.
What’s New To North Omaha?
The neighborhood of 30th and Parker in North Omaha used to be known for gang violence and low-income housing. It was filled with barracks-style complexes and housed 182 families until it became vacant. This area is now being reborn into The Highlander Development, a rental housing development that sits a few miles north of Downtown and Midtown Omaha.
Changing Omaha…One Project At A Time
Over the past several months we have noticed a major spike in construction around the Omaha area, but as frustrating it is, it’s giving Omaha a facelift that was much needed and well-deserved.
Omaha Voted 2016’s Most Family-Friendly City!
Omaha is 2016's Most Family-Friendly City! Family homebuyers are often looking for quality education along with booming job markets, affordability, and decent healthcare in locales to call home.
Happy Thanksgiving from Deanne
Things that we as Americans are most thankful for are the basic necessities of life, such as a place to call home! Whether you live in a one bedroom apartment, a condo or a mansion, having a roof over your head and a place to sleep is something for which we can all be thankful.
Omaha Real Estate Market Update, November 2016
Sharing a quick update from our N.P. Dodge October 26th staff meeting…If you’re getting ready to sell your home, it will be encouraging for you to know that we have moved into a Seller’s Market.