Moving to Nebraska?

Our job is to help Nebraska-bound renters find the best homes for their needs. We understand that every person has unique home rental needs, which is why we offer a database with sorting features.

Use our database to find homes that fit your needs for space, cost, location and many other features. Whether you are making a short move or a cross-country move, we are here to help you find the best houses for rent in Nebraska.

Why Move To Nebraska?

This agriculture-friendly state is the proud home of the famous Huskers football team, so Nebraska welcomes sports fans to join their loyal following of their favorite athletes. Nebraska rental prices are affordable in comparison with several other state averages.

The unemployment rate hovers under five percent, so many people move to Nebraska to find work. Families can enjoy hiking, biking, boating, kayaking and a variety of other activities at state parks. Renters also have a wide variety of choices when it comes to what types of surroundings they prefer.

Nebraska City Living

Whether you prefer life in a large or small city, there are plenty of options for relocating to Nebraska. Several popular cities are located along Interstate 80, which makes traveling or commuting easy. Omaha and Lincoln are the two largest cities. Both have a variety of job opportunities and colleges. Lincoln is both a trendy and historical place. You can visit the Sunken Gardens and museums by day. At night, you can go downtown and enjoy the bustling nightlife venues.

In Omaha, you can visit the Old Market, which is the arts and entertainment district. If you prefer a smaller city, you may enjoy Kearney, Grand Island or North Platte. Most of the smaller cities in Nebraska are growing, so there are plenty of restaurants, activities and shopping venues to enjoy. There are also unique attractions such as the enormous Pioneer Village or the Great Platte Road River Archway, which is a Kearney museum located inside a covered bridge straddling Interstate 80.

Nebraska Country Living

If you prefer living in the country, Nebraska is the place to be. Homes on acreages often come with very reasonable rental rates. While the northern part of the state has hills and bluffs, the southern part is mostly flat. Whether you want to live along a lake, river, creek or even in the Sand Hills in the northern part of the state, there are many options available. Some country rentals have buildings for your pets, horses or larger vehicles.

Nebraska College Life

The University of Nebraska has campuses in Lincoln, Kearney and Omaha. In the northern part of the state, there is Chadron State College. There are also other community colleges and private colleges in the state. Students majoring in various medical careers may qualify for attractive grants or scholarships from the state's RHOP program. For students who plan to become Nebraska residents, there are nice tuition breaks. If you want to save money, renting a house with fellow students in Nebraska is a budget-friendly choice.

Benefits Of Renting In Nebraska

If you are worried about the possibility of unlawful eviction, Legal Aid of Nebraska outlines several protections renters enjoy. Equal opportunity is important in Nebraska's renting practices, so everyone is welcome.

Renter’s Resources

Legal Aid of Nebraska – Landlord & Tenant Law

Nebraska DMV

NEWorks – Jobs in Nebraska

Nebraska Labor Market Information