With its 93 counties, the country on which we decided to focus our attention today is ... the Nebraska ! Yes, we are still in America, precisely in the central part of the country. It is no coincidence that the famous slogan ''Nebraska: where the West begins'' was created precisely because of its geographical location.
So, are you ready to find out more? Together with us at Realigro, you can finally make a change in your life, maybe buying a property in Nebraska!
Cost and quality of life, more lively and pristine areas, job opportunities and any problems will be the elements that we will address today in our mini guide!
What can we say, we can start!
Let's start with a fundamental step: the documentation necessary to be able to access in Nebraska.
As in all American states, the law simply provides for the passport as an essential document to enter this country. However, we would like to remind you that, for security reasons, the controls could be more stringent.
Once the obstacle ''documents'' has been overcome Let's take a look at the capital, but it is important to point out that, as often happens, in the peripheral areas prices could be much lower. to facilitate consultation about the cost of living in Nebraska, we decided to include a small list with prices for the cart of primary goods and the expenses that could potentially be incurred once you get to Helena, the capital.
1 kilo of chicken generally costs $5.7 and $6.5.
1 liter of milk usually costs between $0.6 and $0.7
A dozen eggs cost about $2.2.
One loaf of bread: between $1.5-1.8
A 2-litre bottle of Coca Cola: between $1.5-1.8
I liter of beer bought at the supermarket: between 2.9-3.7 $
1/2 kilo of tomatoes: between 1.6-1.9 $
1 kilo of apples: between 3-3.5 $
1 kilo of potatoes: between 1.1-1.3 $
Monthly utilities (electricity) : 50 $
Once the cost of living dilemma has been resolved, it is worth reminding you, the readers, that Nebraska was and still is one of the countries in the United States of America with a very high level of well-being. One more reason to think about it, don't you think? And now, last but not least, the sector that is most important to us, our: real estate!
Where should I buy a property in Nebraska?
Before answering this question, we want to point out that in the last five years, the average prices of properties for sale in Nebraska have generally risen by 30% for houses with high, medium and low prices. However, this increase does not seem to have discouraged potential investors, given the excellent quality of life we mentioned earlier. In the last year there have been 900 new building permits, thanks to a growing demand. prices start from a minimum of 100,000 euros in the capital area, to reach much higher thresholds for luxury villas and equipped with every comfort.
Are you still there? Run now to prepare for the discovery of Nebraska!
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