According to Realtor.com, the Omaha metro was the 115th most searched market in the country in terms of real estate. That is out of 146 markets that were monitored.
As you might expect, cities with higher populations ranked higher on the list. Chicago was first, followed by Detroit, Los Angeles, and Philadelphia.
The median list prices for the Omaha market hit $159,000 in April. That’s a 4.1% increase from April of 2011. The national median list price in April was $191,211 which is actually 0.35% less than April of 2011.
The report says the median age that a house is for sale in the Omaha market is 49 days. Nationally, the figure is 84 days.
For more information on the April 2012 report, CLICK HERE.