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Below are homes for sale in Omaha, NE. Use advanced search to narrow your Omaha, NE home search results by radius, number of bedrooms, and minimum and maximum price.
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Omaha $31,670,000
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Omaha $31,670,000
- Beds, - Baths, House
Omaha $31,670,000
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Omaha $31,670,000
- Beds, - Baths, House
Omaha $31,670,000
- Beds, - Baths, House
Omaha $31,670,000
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Omaha $4,765,000
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Omaha $2,500,000
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Omaha $1,180,000
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Omaha $900,000
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Omaha is the county seat of Douglas County and largest city in Nebraska, with a 2008 estimated population of over 420,000. Omaha is located on the Missouri River.

Omaha ranks eighth among the country's 50 largest cities in both per-capita millionaires and Fortune 500 companies, reported USA Today. Industries include banking, insurance, telecommunications, construction, and transportation.

Omaha is divided into five areas: Downtown, Midtown, North Omaha, South Omaha and West Omaha. Ethnic neighborhoods include Little Italy, Little Bohemia and Greek Town. Historic districts include Fort Omaha, Gold Coast, Omaha Quartermaster Depot, Field Club, Bemis Park, and the South Omaha Main Street Historic District.

Other Omaha neighborhoods include Applewood Heights, Bennington, Blackstone, Boys Town, Brookhaven, Burnt District, Cathedral Landmark District, historic Country Club, Dundee -Happy Hollow, Eagle Ridge, Elkhorn, Elmwood Park, Fairacres, Florence, Gifford Park, Hanscom Park, Hillsborough, Howard Street Apartment District, Huntington Park , Irvington, Kountze Place, La Vista, Leavenworth, Midtown Crossing, Millard, Minne Lusa, Morton Meadows, Mockingbird Heights, NoDo, Old Market Historic District , Orchard Hill, Papillion, Prospect Hill, Raven Oaks, Roanoke, Robin Hill, Royalwood Estates, Roxbury South, Saratoga, Sheelytown, Sporting District, Spring Lake, Vinton Street Commercial Historic District, Walnut Hill, Waterloo, West Farnam, Westgate, and Westside.

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