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Nebraska Senior Living Communities

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Senior Living was created so you get the most out of your search through Nebraska’s 350 plus retirement options. From Omaha all the way west along I-80 to Scottsbluff and in towns up and down, we’ve made the process easier with peer reviews, relevant articles, pictures and important information for each assisted living option in the state. Below are some Nebraska facts that may help in your search.

Nebraska Senior LivingThe three largest Nebraska cities—Omaha, Lincoln and Bellevue—are concentrated in the eastern end. The cost of living is 9% below the national average with the cost of housing at 15% below the national average making the state an economically ideal place to retire. According to Omaha’s median home listing price for October 2010 is $134,900; Lincoln is $126,900; Bellevue $145,000. Railroad retirement and VA benefits are tax-exempt. Military retirement and Social Security follow federal taxation rules. And out-of-state government pensions are taxed. Property is taxed at 100% of market value but there are homestead exemptions for seniors and the disabled. The inheritance tax is based on market value property transfers, bequests and devises.

The Cornhusker State enjoys warm summers with moderate humidity; the July average temperature is 90 degrees. January is the coldest month of the year with average temperatures in the low 30s. Snow falls uniformly across the state at 25 to 35 inches a year.

Nebraska is full of outdoor history for the curious. Among the national parks are the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail, the Oregon National Historic Trail, Mormon Pioneer Historic National Trail and others. Omaha has Shakespeare on the Green, Omaha Botanical Gardens, the Union Pacific Railroad Museum, the College World Series, and other cultural amenities like a symphony, art museums and various theaters.

To get started, click on a city or type your address in the search box above. You’ll be given 40 of the nearest retirement options along with a map pinpointing their locations. For more information click on Contact Us, send us an email and someone from Senior Living will get back to you. With so many resources at your disposal, finding the ideal Nebraska senior living communities has never been easier.

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