Communities

Communities

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We offer real estate services in Iowa and Nebraska and our communities offer some of the finest places to call home; from the bustling metropolitan center of Omaha, Nebraska to the open country of Crescent, Iowa. See below for additional information for each city.


​Bellevue, Nebraska
The city of Bellevue is eight miles south of Omaha and is located in Sarpy county. At just an eighth of the size of Omaha and 16 square miles, it has a smaller feel with 50,137 residents. It is also the oldest continuous town in Nebraska.


Carter Lake, Iowa
Carter Lake, Iowa is a 2 square mile city with 4,000 residents. It is the only city in Iowa on the western side of the Missouri River and is centralized around a u-shaped lake for which the city gets its name.


Council Bluffs, Iowa
The city of Council Bluffs represents the Iowa side of the Omaha Metro area. Nestled among the rolling bluffs and Interstate 29 and Interstate 80, it is home to around 63,000 residents and many corporations and three casinos. With job opportunities and green space, the city boasts it is a progressive, yet family-friendly city.


Crescent, Iowa
The city lies directly across the Mormon Bridge from North Omaha, and is located at the base of the Loess Hills. The Mount Crescent skiing area lies near the town, and is the nearest ski and snowboarding slope to the Omaha-Council Bluffs metropolitan area. 


Glenwood, Iowa
Glenwood is located south of Council Bluffs, Iowa and is located just to the east of Interstate 29 and north of Hwy 34. There are currently around 5,400 within the small 2.7 square miles this city. Glenwood is known for a friendly and close atmosphere.


Gretna, Nebraksa
Gretna is one of the fastest growing cities in the State of Nebraska since 2000. Gretna’s small town atmosphere, exceptional school district, growing business community, and wide variety of community activities all stand as a testament to the city.


LaVista, Nebraksa
LaVista is a suburb located in Sarpy County and has around 17,000 residents. It is bordered by the cities of Ralston, Omaha, Bellevue and Papillion. LaVista is currently one of the fastest growing cities in the state of Nebraska. It is a relatively young and progressive city and was incorporated in 1960 and it was built upon the Big Papio Creek basin.


Omaha, Nebraska
Omaha is the largest city in Nebraska and is has well over 400,000 residents. The city has a wide range of historical and new neighborhoods and suburbs that reflect its socioeconomic diversity.


Papillion, Nebraska
The city has around 20,000 residents living in 6.4 square miles to the west of Omaha, Nebraska. The city is known for the friendly atmosphere and was named after the creek of the same name which flows through its center. The city's name is derived from the French term for butterfly as many butterflies migrate through the area.


Ralston, Nebraska
The city of Ralston strives to create a family-friendly environment with tight-knit connections and community involvement. It is a city located in Douglas county and houses 6,500 residents in a quaint 1.65 square miles. It is surrounded by Omaha, Nebraska on three sides but is a separate city.