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Come home to America’s Heartland
With a low cost of living, dynamic economy and strong Midwestern
values, you won’t find a better place to live than Nebraska. Nebraska is
part of many “Top 10” lists including: Top States for Quality of Life, Best
States to Make a Living, and Top States for Business, just to name a few.
Omaha was named the #1 city to raise a family in America
both in 2013 and 2014.
Come find out why!
Consider our largest city, Omaha. Our city is home to five Fortune 500
companies, and the surrounding farmland helps keep the world fed. In
2008, Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine named Omaha the nation’s
third best city to live, work and play. A robust business culture is a key
contributor to our high quality of life, and an innovative and growing
healthcare sector employs a vast number of people in our region. Alegent
Creighton Health operates 10 acute care hospitals; and Creighton
University, University of Nebraska Medical Center, and the University
of Nebraska Omaha provide area residents with both an outstanding
education and rewarding careers.
Even with the rise of Omaha’s corporate community, Nebraska’s heritage
is still firmly rooted in agriculture. The Omaha Stockyards gained
international prominence in the early-to-mid 20th century, eventually
becoming the nation’s largest livestock market and meatpacking industry
center – and Nebraska’s ranching legacy lives on. Pork and beef
operations continue to flourish in our state, and the rich soils of western
and central Nebraska still yield bountiful crops of corn and soybeans.
Nebraska has nearly 50,000 farms and ranches which use 93% of the
state’s total land area.
When it’s time for a break from the daily
grind, Omaha offers a wide variety of
recreation and entertainment options.
Our most famous attraction is the
internationally renowned Henry Doorly
Zoo and Aquarium. This jaw-dropping
destination features over 130 acres
graced by some 17,000 animals, and
has evolved into a national leader in
animal conservation and research. The
Joslyn Art Museum and the Durham
Museum are both popular destinations.
To truly immerse yourself in the lively,
downtown atmosphere of Omaha,
spend a day at the historic Old Market.
An eclectic array of art galleries,
bakeries, bookstores, unique shops and
boutiques line the cobblestone streets.
Top off your evening with a nightcap at
one of our many entertainment venues.
Whether you prefer live blues, jazz
and folk music, indie rock or classical
– Omaha has it all. Internationally
acclaimed artists regularly grace the
stage at CenturyLink Center Omaha,
and outdoor concerts and music
festivals are frequently held along
the riverfront. You may experience
the Omaha Symphony at the Holland
Center for the Performing Arts, take in
a Broadway production at the historic
Orpheum Theater, or enjoy a local show
at the Omaha Community Playhouse,
the nation’s largest community theater.
In the town of Bellevue, just south of Omaha,
Offutt Air Force Base continues to serve as the
headquarters of U.S. Strategic Command, the Air
Force Weather Agency and the 55th Wing of the Air
Combat Command. Neighboring Ashland is home
to the Strategic Air and Space Museum, a state-ofthe-art facility that houses an extensive collection of
aircraft, spacecraft and related artifacts.
College sports are a way of life in Nebraska. The
University of Nebraska Cornhuskers dominate the
Lincoln landscape every Saturday of the football
season. Known as the “Sea of Red,” Memorial
Stadium can accommodate more than 87,000 fans,
and holds the ongoing NCAA record for consecutive
sellouts (333 at the close of the 2013-14 season).
Every June, baseball enthusiasts from all over the
country descend upon Omaha for the College World
Series, the NCAA Division I championship baseball
tournament, held at the new TD Ameritrade Park.
Nature buffs and lovers of the outdoors will feel
right at home in Nebraska. The Keystone Trail takes
hikers and bikers on a 27-mile journey along the
meandering Little Papillion Creek. Countless nature
trails and bird watching areas can be found along
the Missouri river, as well.
Anglers will find several nice fishing spots within
a relatively short distance of town. Area Lakes are
home to healthy populations of bluegill, walleye,
large and smallmouth bass, northern pike, and more.
The surrounding recreation area offers hunting, tent
and RV sites, shooting and archery ranges, trails for
hiking, biking, horseback riding, snowmobiles, and
cross-country skiing.
Schilling Wildlife Area is a busy corridor for
waterfowl and migratory birds, serving as fertile
hunting ground for ducks and geese. The rich river
bottoms of southeast Nebraska are also rife with
deer. Langdon Bend and Kansas Bend Wildlife
Management Areas contain hundreds of acres of
bottomland row crops, hardwoods, open pasture,
deciduous timber, and marshy areas so you’re sure
to bag that elusive buck.
The Sandhills of Western Nebraska are a breathtaking drive highlighted by
dramatic sand dunes, rivers, marshes and pristine stretches of prairie and
farmland. The Nebraska Sandhills are among the largest dunes in America.
Chimney Rock National Historic Site, near Scottsbluff, rises some 300 feet,
and served as a landmark for travelers along the Oregon, California and
Mormon Trails.
The Sandhills are covered with cattle ranches – some as large as 500,000
acres. Raising and feeding beef cattle is the state’s single largest industry
with an annual impact of $12.1 billion. Nearly 5 million head are finished and
marketed in Nebraska, a state with a population of 1.8 million residents.
Texas markets a third more cattle than Nebraska, but it has a population of
25.6 million residents – over 14 times larger.
Combinig local expertise with national exposure...
United Country – Nebraska Realty & Auctions is
your real estate solution in Nebraska.
An innovator in real estate since 1925, United Country is the largest fully
integrated network of auction and conventional real estate professionals
in the United States. An extensive database of more than 500,000 buyers,
over 3,500 specialty property websites, and a multitude of nationally
circulated real estate catalogs guarantee your properties will be exposed
to a far-reaching audience. Nebraska Realty & Auctions now offers aerial
videography of farms, ranches, and residential estates. So, whether you’re
seeking a premier home in Omaha, a farm or cattle ranch, waterfront
property or recreational tract,
turn to the knowledgeable
pros at Nebraska Realty &
Auctions. Find your freedom
in America’s Heartland.
Dan Stuenzi, Broker/Owner
Dan has more than 20 years of experience as an estate
planning and tax attorney, and served as Chief Operating
Officer of a national attorney association. Dan started
Nebraska Real Estate Auctions, LLC in 2006, and the
company has since evolved into a full-service real estate
and brokerage firm as part of the United Country network.
Dan focuses on managing and expanding the statewide enterprise, and is
seeking real estate agents throughout Nebraska to join the Nebraska Realty &
Auctions team.
Dan and his wife Shelly have been married since 1976, and are the proud
parents and grandparents of six children and six grandchildren. They are also
affiliated with Redeemer Church in Omaha, as well as the Nebraska Children’s
Home Society as foster parents for special needs infants.
Doug Andersen, Auctioneer/Principal,
Director of Ranch, Farm & Auction Services
Doug is a Nebraska State Champion Auctioneer with over 40
years of experience selling personal property, livestock and
real estate. After graduating from the University Of Nebraska
School Of Agriculture, Doug spent 25 years managing a
Sandhills ranch. Doug’s family formed Panhandle Cattle
Company and started a Purebred Red Angus program in 1974, and he later
served as Auctioneer and Field Man for Intermountain Livestock in Oregon,
before returning to Nebraska to start Alliance Auction Service.
Doug joined forces with Dan Stuenzi in 2013, and the two now lead United
Country Nebraska Realty & Auctions. Doug’s experience as a cattleman and
rancher in western Nebraska has given him great appreciation for the business
pressures faced in the profession, as well as the rewarding lifestyle it provides.
402.218.2005 · 402.250.1112
15606 Elm St., Suite 105
Omaha, NE 68130
800.999.1020 ext 951
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