The Workplace: What Millennials Want

Topics: Agent News

Maintaining a solid work-life balance is one of the most important factors to millennials in the workforce. Jobs with flexible hours and work-from-home options often rank higher than positions that pay more but adhere to strict schedules. “There is a thought that the new machismo is not going to be to stay at work every […]

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Home Buying Horror Stories: How Buying a Home Can Go Wrong – and How to Avoid These Mistakes

Topics: Home Buyer Tips

When you buy a home, you may have dreams of settling into a beautiful new space that meets your needs and that your family can feel comfortable in. While many will enjoy this vision of domestic tranquility after taking ownership of their dream home, others have had their dream turn into a veritable nightmare due to some simple mistakes or oversights on their part.

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The Best Apps to Use for Buying and Selling Your Home

Topics: Agent News

Virtually every aspect of life today is made easier by technology. We are living in the “useful is the new cool” age where technology must serve a purpose in order to be considered cool. Gone are the days of thinking sleek design and fancy gadgets fit the bill. Now, if new technology does not make […]

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I’ve Already Been to the Zoo, Now What Is There to do in Omaha?

Topics: Agent News

Yes, the Henry Doorly Zoo is awesome, but don’t think for a second that it is all that Omaha has to offer. The jewel of the Cornhusker State brings far more to the table than many out-of-towners and residents alike realize. Whether you currently live here, are planning on joining our community, or you’re just visiting […]

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Home Builder Confidence Rises in April

Topics: Market Outlook

The National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) reported that April’s Housing Market Index rose from a reading of 52 in March to 56 for April. This is in line with warmer weather and the peak home buying season in spring and summer. Readings over 50 indicate that more builders view market conditions as positive as those who do not. NAHB members cited lower mortgage rates and better labor market conditions as reasons they expect more home buyers to enter the market.

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