Lincoln, known as one of the Midwest’s most livable cities, has a steady economy, family-friendly neighborhoods, low crime rates, world-class health care facilities, vast educational offerings, an abundance of shopping, dining, entertainment and recreational opportunities, and a commitment to community.
Median real estate prices are below the national average and rental properties are plentiful and affordable, so there are a multitude of housing options for everyone. The residents of Lincoln are committed to the Midwestern values of trust, honesty, and helpfulness. When you move to Lincoln, it is easy to settle in, get acquainted, and become an active member of the community.
Lincoln is home to two universities, four private colleges, and two community colleges in addition to several public and private schools. The Center for Studies in College Enrollment ranked the University of Nebraska-Lincoln as one of the “101 Best Values in America’s Colleges and Universities,” while Lincoln Public Schools ranked 2nd in quality of education in an eight-state area of the Midwest. In fact, Lincoln maintains the fourth highest percentage of graduating high school seniors in the nation.
Lincoln has a variety of excellent health-care facilities. BryanLGH Health Care System (East and West) and Saint Elizabeth Regional Medical Center provide comprehensive routine, acute hospital care, as well as many specialty services. The Veterans Administration Hospital provides quality care for Lincoln area veterans, and Madonna Rehabilitation Hospital works with rehabilitation patients.
Nestled in southeast Nebraska, Lincoln hails as one of the most rapidly expanding metropolitan areas in the Midwest with a population of 250,000 and growing. Throughout Lincoln's neighborhoods, stately mansions, historical showpieces, comfortable brick ranches, quaint English Tudors and contemporary split levels offer up a diversity of housing options for everyone. Browse through the properties on our website to view diverse properties, neighborhoods, and enjoy the value of our affordable housing.
As the only Nebraska garden listed in the “300 Best Gardens to Visit in the United States and Canada” by National Geographic Guide to Public Gardens, The Sunken Gardens is a very special place on 1.5 acres of beautiful annual and perennial gardens, living ponds, several art pieces, a new pavilion, and a healing garden.
Holmes Lake, a 112-acre lake located on Antelope Creek within the city of Lincoln, offers fishing, hiking, biking, picnicking, and golfing. The Hyde Memorial Observatory located on the south side of Holmes Lake, is a wonderful place where Lincoln residents can star gaze free of charge every Saturday night.
Downtown is the chief financial and entertainment district of Lincoln. More than 3,000 residents live downtown and enjoy the convenience of its proximity to the many festivals, fairs, parades and special events that energize the city. Downtown holds many of Lincoln's historical structures, including the Nebraska State Capitol, the Old Federal Building, the Ferguson House, Kennard House and the Historic Haymarket, with a variety of restaurants, galleries, shopping and other activities.
Visit our various community websites for indepth information about things to do, places to go, and a wealth of information about the area. We are always available to answer your questions or assist you in finding just what you're looking for, so contact us anytime for personal assistance.