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Old 03-03-2010, 11:40 AM
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Who knew there were hundreds of Subdivisions. Looking West and want to know best bang for the buck for New Subdivision homes @ $200K?

Also which is best - Millard? Elkorn? Sarply? Unsure of exact locales but they all look so nice with good schools.

Appreciate any help or RE advice.

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Old 03-04-2010, 10:47 PM
Location: Papillion
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Papillion: Best Affordable Suburbs in America 2010: Papillion, Neb. - BusinessWeek
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Old 03-30-2010, 11:48 AM
Location: Omaha, NE
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Seems like you can get decent prices in the Millard area. Draw a square on the Omaha map bordered by W. Dodge Rd., Giles Rd., 144th, and 168th. Seems like good stuff in there.
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Old 04-07-2010, 03:06 PM
Location: Omaha, NE
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From my experience you can find a home in just about any price range in any part of town you look in. If you really wanted to live in Dundee for instance, sure a lot of homes can go for 400k there but it is possible to find one under 100k near 50th and Underwood. It may be small and needs work but it is possible.

As for which is best, that's really up to you. Most are going to have an opinon and claim their neighborhood is best. Drive around if you can, get the feel of areas you think you'd like.
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Old 04-07-2010, 03:55 PM
Location: I think my user name clarifies that.
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Rule of thumb in Omaha: The further east you go, the more color and variety you get - both good and bad. The further west you go, the flatter and whiter everything is, from people to businesses to houses.
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