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Monica, Home Buyer in Omaha, NE

I am considering moving back to Midtown after a short stay west o. Can you give any advice?

Asked by Monica, Omaha, NE Wed Jun 2, 2010

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Hi Monica,

Midtown Omaha is on the verge of an exciting community renewal with the new Midtown Crossings development. There are so many areas of Omaha with more of the"community" feel that many find to be lacking in West O.

Are you considering looking into a purchase of the new condos in midtown? I recently attended an exclusive realtor's luncheon and tour of the condo development and was very impressed with the amenities, quality of workmanship, and the customization the condos allow for. I'd be happy to take you on a tour of the condos if you are interested.

Basically though, right now would be an excellent time to buy property around Midtown Crossings, maybe between midtown crossings and the Field Club area, so you can enjoy all the amenities of the development, sans the 200k+ price tag, and lack of privacy.

I also specialize in foreclosures and investment properties and if you are looking to purchase a good investment property anywhere Omaha I would be happy to help. If you would like specific info on midtown Omaha neighborhoods, please email me at ronburkle@cox.net and I can send you some neighborhood sales info.

Ron Burkle
Prudential Ambassador Real Estate
0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Jun 22, 2010
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