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Lincoln Real Estate Facts and Amenities

This city, which is the second largest in all of Nebraska, has a total of 83 foreclosure properties and the number of foreclosure filings this year was 35% lower than the number of foreclosure filings last year, according to September 2013 statistics.

Housing sales have not really increased or decreased much from last year and things seem to be relatively stable when it comes to the housing market in Lincoln.

Lincoln has a pretty varied economy and the major contributors to its overall revenue are the state government and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. This city is great for those who like nature and are into history. A great place to naturewatch is the nearby Wilderness Park, where you can also hike and bike. There also is a fair collection of older style buildings to see, such as the Governor's Mansion.

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Lincoln Demographics and Housing Info

237,872 people. This is the number of population in Lincoln. The racial composition registered by last Census is: 88.13% White, 3.47% Hispanic, 2.99% Asian, 2.95% Black, 0.65% Indian and 1.80% other races. 24 years. This is the median age of the population in Lincoln. This data is based on the Census last survey.

Nowadays, based on Census, you may find 3,509 households per zipcode. The average value of a house is $93,793. There is a median of 2 people per property in the city. Census statistics point that the household average income is $35,068.

Lincoln's working area is composed by 7,335 business places. There are 128,956 employees working in Lincoln. $147,907. This is the annual amount paid to the employees.