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Market Conditions in 68135 : Real Estate Advice

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Thu Jun 27, 2013
Joe Vampola answered:
I take a % of the commission for the lease and collect the rest at the time the purchase takes place. This is all decided at the time we write it up. Call with any questions 402 676-1457 ... more
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Thu Dec 6, 2012
Alex Heyen answered:
I can provide this for you. Not sure how to attach it here. Can you email me at or call me at 402-203-3883. I can reply to your email with a trend graph.
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Tue Jun 19, 2012
Carol Schrader answered:
Not long at all... IF the house is in good enough shape to go FHA.
I could take a look and give you a free consultation.

Carol Schrader
Deeb Realty
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Thu Jun 14, 2012
Susan Clark answered:
I recommend you hire a licensed appraiser to provide you with a full report to determine the sale price.
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Sat Sep 21, 2013
Beth Lube answered:
There is no exact answer available. The statistics you may see for Days on the Market are not accurate because we can only tell the days on the market for a house that is currently listed.

In other words, if a house was listed previously for 120 days, for instance, and then re-listed by another company and sells in 14 days, the time goes back to zero, andthe Days on Market would show 14 days which is not a true picture. The only way to get a true average would be to do a hand search.

Different home price ranges have different average market times. A home in the $100,000 range generally would not take as long to sell as a $500,000 home.

A full-time, experienced Realtor should be able to give you an "educated guess" based on your area, price range, condition, etc. Hope this helps.
Beth Lube
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Sat Oct 23, 2010
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Sun Sep 26, 2010
Carol Schrader answered:

I can give you average DOM for homes SOLD in the Omaha Metro last month (65) and average DOM for homes that went under contract last month (68). But that doesn't give the whole picture. For instance, the decent (or easily fixed-up) foreclosures and HUD repos are snapped up quickly by investors which make up a good percentage of the buyers right now. Improperly priced homes and BAD proeprties linger on the market and then may be relisted a number of times. The Omaha Area Board of Realtors shopped showing Cumulative Days on Market (CDOM) so it's impossible to tell (except by indivisual property research) how long those have been on the market.

The best way to get an idea of of how fast your home might sell (when priced correctly) is to get in touch with a REALTOR for a Comparative Market Analysis (CMA).

Hope this helps.

Carol Schrader
Deeb Realty
402 676-1751
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Fri Nov 6, 2009
Dean Uhing answered:
Market is very strong for homes in good condition, well-staged, below the $250,000 price range.
I'm sensing a slow return of the new custom home building.
The extension and expansion of the tax credit should help.
Dean Uhing
Prudential Ambassador Real Estate
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Sun Apr 27, 2008
Billie Atkinson answered:
Hello Mary,
There are rental properties in most areas of Omaha. What specifically do you need to know ?
Are you considering purchasing a property for rental or looking for a home to rent ?

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Mon Apr 28, 2008
Billie Atkinson answered:
If you google Omaha rentals or Omaha homes for rent, there are several web sites with rentals.
If you want to purchase a home, you will need to consider how long you will be here to decide if that
is the best way to go. If you will only be here for 2-3 years, I recommend renting. I can send you a selection of homes if you wish to purchase.

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Thu Aug 4, 2016
Mark Ciochon answered:
Great question, In general the property taxes are 2.0 to 2.6% of the assessors value. If you would like to know more, please email me at
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