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Local Guide: Ralston NE Real Estate

Ralston, Nebraska is a small town with big city perks. This independent town is surrounded on all sides by Omaha, and has a population of less than 6,000 people. Although many similar towns in the area have been annexed by Omaha, Ralston has been saved this fate thanks to an agreement signed in the 1960’s. The town originally was a private estate that went by the name of Deerfield, and over time the town grew up around the mansion house. It officially became the town of Ralston in 1912.

Ralston NE Real Estate

Real Estate In Ralston

There are some definite benefits to living in Ralston. Ralston is an independent community, so people who work in Omaha can enjoy living the small town life while still having a short commute. The pace is slower, the streets are lined with trees, and it retains its historic roots. Many homes are located on generous lots of 0.25 or 0.5 acres. Real Estate in Ralston is very affordable, with an average listing price of $119,686. This has attracted many families and young couples to the area looking for starter homes. The real estate market may be smaller than expected, but that is because people who move to Ralston want to stay there.

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Things To Do In Ralston

In 2012, Ralston Arena opened. It is the home of the Omaha Lancers, which is Omaha’s hockey team. The original library is still open and operating on Main Street. If you prefer the night life, Omaha is just a hop, skip, and jump away.

Ralston’s Schools

Schools are concern for many parents. Ralston has six elementary schools, a middle school, and a high school. All together they serve over 1000 students. Parents who are concerned about school safety should feel more comfortable letting their children attend these smaller schools then they may about sending their children to a larger school in Omaha.

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