Nebraska is a Great Plains state. Its name, in the language of the Native Americans who once lived there, means flat
, and it is indeed flat. The state's 1.7 million inhabitants tend to be concentrated in the cities. That leaves a vast area open for the state's massive agriculture industry. Much of the country's beef, corn, pork, and soybeans is grown in Nebraska. The state is also a freight transport hub. The city of Omaha is well-known as a center of the insurance industry. Nebraska home prices are as low as the mid to high 50s out of the dense population areas. A city such as Omaha has a higher range and can average close to $300,000. Real estate values are good across the state and that makes this a really opportune period in which to look for the mortgage loan that fits your personal economy.
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