RESOURCES ABOUT THE PROPERTY AND THE COMMUNITY
First, a person may very well wish to explore the state in which they are considering buying a home, a seller may wish to have this information available, too. A great deal of information about Nebraska can be found at: http://www.nebraska.gov/ . Frequently asked questions about the state may be found at: http://nebraskaccess.ne.gov/NEfaq.asp. Nebraska's affordable home programs can also be researched at: http://crd.neded.org/. The Moving to Nebraska section is also very helpful at: http://www.nebraska.gov/movinghowdoi.html
To get to more localized information, including tax assessments, register of deeds, etc. you may wish to visit the county-specific information made available at: http://www.nebraska.gov/nebraskacounties.html. Even more localized information specific to communities can be found at: http://www.2chambers.com/nebraska2.htm.
Of course educational facilities are an important consideration for most people and information on Nebraska's Department of Education can be found at: http://www.nde.state.ne.us/. Additional information on specific schools K--12, may be found at: http://www.neded.org/files/assist/neweb.html. Information on Nebraska's colleges and universities can be found at: http://www.nde.state.ne.us/. Information on Nebraska's community colleges may be found at: http://www.ccpe.state.ne.us/PublicDoc/Ccpe/dircc.asp. And information on private career schools may be found at: http://www.ccpe.state.ne.us/PublicDoc/Ccpe/dirpc.asp
General information on Nebraska's law enforcement capabilities and facilities can be found at: http://www.ncc.state.ne.us/ . For more specific information on statistics, etc. please review the link at: http://www.ncc.state.ne.us/Statistics.htm.
For information on law enforcement in particular communities you should access the county information at: http://www.nebraska.gov/nebraskacounties.htmland then select the county and community and then city offices. The website's of local police departments can be very helpful.
Again, it is the Real Estate Commission's goal to protect the public interest in all real estate transactions. Please research your decisions carefully and always feel free to contact the Commission through this website or by calling our office at: (402)471-2004.