The “silicon valley” of the Midwest and home of The Bathtub Dogs!

Thinking of Relocating to Lincoln?


Being the second largest city and the capital of Nebraska, this unassuming city offers a small-town atmosphere with big-city amenities.


For those who love winter, Lincoln will steal your heart. Winter bucket-listers can enjoy the peaceful retreat in a secluded log cabin nestled in the countryside. If nature is your passion,  wooded areas offer an abundance of lakes and hiking trails, not to mention the favorite hobby of bird watching.


Winter brings people to the outdoors to enjoy ice skating, tobogganing, snowshoeing and ice fishing. Building a snowman or two is always on the minds of the little ones.


For the sports enthusiasts, take advantage of hunting, fishing, boating, and hiking in the vast expanse of parks, hills, and recreational areas.

What is it like to live in Lincoln, Nebraska?


With a population of over 300,000 people, Lincoln offers not only an affordable housing market, but a family-oriented environment to raise your children in. The low cost of living and opportunities within the job market make this the ideal place to be!


The region has suddenly become the “Silicon Prairie” (the Midwest version of Silicon Valley in California.) Startup companies are popping up all over the area bringing more jobs and opportunities.


One such company is Hudl. This startup’s software enables coaches and athletes to produce videos online. Capabilities of editing and sharing are the highlights of this software and is especially popular among recruiting scouts. Hudl boasts over 4.2 million users!


As one resident put it, “Lincoln has an interesting mix of progressive politics, a big social media scene. The city is progressively up and coming with the young crowd. Packed full of culture, you can experience history, art, music and more.




Lincoln is busting at the seams with 24 colleges all within a 50-mile radius! The well-known Cornhuskers are based in Lincoln at The University of Nebraska. Being a Big-Ten university as well as Nebraska’s flagship, the opportunities in education are numerous.


Neighborhoods in Lincoln


Belmont: Northwest Area of Lincoln

  • Single Family Homes
  • Apartments
  • Conveniently located north of University of Nebraska campus
  • Highlights: two parks, community center



  • Trendy loft apartments as well as luxury apartments
  • Highlights: walking distance to restaurants, bars, shops and culture, tree-lined streets


West A: West Area of Lincoln

  • Single Family Homes
  • Apartments
  • Affordable Housing
  • Highlights: on the edge of the city, offers a quiet atmosphere


Indian Village: South of Downtown

  • Single Family Homes
  • Highlights: small shopping center, two parks, Country Club


Highlands: Northwest of Downtown

  • Single Family Homes
  • Apartments
  • Highlights: Golf course, located next to the airport, small shops, restaurants

Things to See


  • Capitol Building
  • Sunken Gardens
  • University of Nebraska – Home of the Cornhuskers
  • Children’s Museum
  • Sheldon Museum of Art
  • National Museum of Roller Skating
  • International Quilt Study Center & Museum


The Infamous Bathtub Dogs


This ensemble of performers hails from the University of Nebraska. You can’t miss them for their zany jeans and neckties and quirky persona. Not all members of the Bathtub Dogs are musically inclined; however, the comradery and passion for performing make this group entertaining and fun.

Real Estate Market


The trend of home sales is picking up momentum. The market seems to be favoring the seller. However, the availability of homes on the market is increasing with new construction. It is not unusual for a seller to receive multiple offers.


The median price of a home in Lincoln averaged about $173,000. Homes in the $500,000 plus price range do not see quick sales as compared to the middle-priced properties.


Lincoln is calling your name!


Be a part of a city that is growing by leaps and bounds. We offer the perfect place to raise a family, get an education or to retire in.


Lincoln offers the best of everything!

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