Knowing the community is important when buying and selling real estate. We have worked the Lincoln residential property market since 1992. We have the experience and expertise to identify an opportunity, and find a diamond in the rough. Or to spot a headache and avoid when the property does not add up.
With three languages on staff, we cast a wide net in the Lincoln and Omaha communities, English, Spanish, and Vietnamese.
English speakers find the complexity of house-buying intimidating. Imagine how much more confusing it becomes if your English is limited or nonexistent. Our value in speaking the language is hard to underestimate. According to the 2010 census, Nebraska’s Hispanic community is estimated at 167,405. The Vietnamese population at 26,668. That’s roughly 10-percent of the state population, but a much higher percentage in Lincoln. With about 290,000 residents, Lincoln’s Hispanics (7.4%) and Vietnamese (4.67%) represent about 12-percent of a dynamic growth sector in the real estate market. Can you afford to miss them because your agent does not understand the culture or speak the language?
Join us and cast a wider net.