Helping Buy a New Home.

Buying a New Home.

We are pleased to welcome you to the oldest family-owned real estate company in the United States. Whether it’s because you know one of our talented, local real estate experts, appreciate our technology and innovative marketing strategies or you value our family’s five generation heritage in the area, we are glad you’re here.

Since 1855, we have helped thousands of people with one of the most important events of their lives. We know and understand a home is one of the biggest investments a person will ever make. Our family of sales associates and employees take pride in working hard to exceed your expectations from beginning to end. The N.P. Dodge family considers it a privilege to be of service to you, your family and friends. We thank you for the opportunity.

Please see our helpful tips for selling your home below, or download the complete Buyer’s Guide HERE.

Personal Expression
Owning your own home can provide a source of pride, enjoyment and satisfaction. It means you can paint the walls any color you desire, turn up the volume on your sound system, attach permanent fixtures and decorate your home according to your own taste. Home ownership gives you and your family a sense of stability and security. It’s making an investment in your future.

Appreciation
Although real estate moves in cycles, sometimes up, sometimes down, over the years real estate has consistently appreciated. Many people view their home investment as a hedge against inflation.

Mortgage Interest Deductions
Home ownership is a superb tax shelter and tax rates favor homeowners. As long as your mortgage balance is smaller than the price of your home, mortgage interest is fully deductible on your tax return. Interest is the largest component of your mortgage payment.

Property Tax Deductions/advantages
IRS Publication 530 contains tax information for first-time home buyers. Real Estate property taxes paid for a first home and a vacation home are fully deductible for income tax purposes. If you receive more profit than the allowable exclusion upon sale of your home, that profit will be considered a capital asset as long as you owned your home for more than one year. Capital assets receive preferential tax treatment.

Mortgage Reduction Builds Equity
Each month, part of your monthly payment is applied to the principal balance of your loan, which reduces your obligation. The way amortization works, the principal portion of your principal and interest payment increases slightly every month. It is lowest on your first payment and highest on your last payment. On average, each $100,000 of a mortgage will reduce in balance the first year by about $500 in principal, bringing that balance at the end of your first 12 months to $99,500.

Equity Loans
Consumers who carry credit card balances cannot deduct the interest paid, which can cost as much as 18% to 22%. Equity loan interest is often much less and it is deductible. For many home owners, it makes sense to pay off this kind of debt with a home equity loan. Consumers can borrow against a home’s equity for a variety of reasons such as home improvement, college, medical or starting a new business.

The right agents with the right tools are at NP Dodge.

  • The power of technology is right at our fingertips: npdodge.com, Multiple Listing Services, Trendgraphix™, social media and networking with other Brokers. The market and local knowledge our sales associates have are the key to our success.
  • NP Dodge is the only locally owned, full-service real estate company with a proven record of success. When you work with NP Dodge, you’re working with the top real estate team in the area. All of our sales associates are members of the National Association of REALTORS® and subscribe to its strict Code of Ethics.
  • We provide exclusive programs like 2-10 Home Buyers Warranty® home buyer and seller coverages, and Service NetworkSM screened vendors you can trust.
  • We can handle all the paperwork and negotiations.
  • We are an affiliate of Leading Real Estate Companies of the World® and Luxury Portfolio International.
  • We’ll be with you every step of the way. From the beginning and through the closing process, we will protect your interests and make sure everything goes smoothly.
  • You have a friend in the area. Our success depends on your satisfaction and referrral. If you should have any questions after the purchase of your home, you are welcome to contact us at any time.
  • It all comes down to keeping cool under fire. Most brokers know how to get an offer accepted for their clients. What defines expertise is being able to navigate through the entirety of the deal with ease and efficiency, maintaining open communication with all parties and handling any issues which arise with integrity and poise.

Do you wonder how REALTORS are paid?
Most homebuyers enlist the services of a real estate professional when buying a house. It only makes sense – agents have experience in dealing with the myriad of issues surrounding the process, and they usually have the homes listed for sale. But the question often comes up: “How do agents get paid and who is responsible for that payment?” It’s a good question and worthy of an answer.

First, we need to state that every agent must work for a broker. That broker is the one licensed with the state to do business. The broker determines how its own agents will be compensated. Agents are usually compensated on what is called a
“commission split,” meaning that a broker will get a percentage of the commissions that an agent brings in the door.

In addition, brokers set the commissions they will accept on homes listed for sale with their firm. Agents then receive a portion of the commission from their broker. In a further effort to make the property sell quickly, most brokers agree to cooperate with other brokers in the sale of their listed property. That means that if the buyer is working with one company and the property is listed with another, the listing broker will share a portion of the commission with the other broker making the sale.

The process of buying a house can be complicated, even for those who have previously owned a home. The following list will help you better understand the steps in the process:

  1. The power of technology is right at our fingertips: npdodge.com, Multiple Listing Services, Trendgraphix™, social media and networking with other Brokers. The market and local knowledge our sales associates have are the key to our success.Consult and analyze needs with REALTOR.
  2. Talk to a Mortgage Lender for pre-approval and price range.
  3. Register for myNPDodge – a program at npdodge.com to organize your favorite properties.
  4. Select and tour homes with your REALTOR that meet your requirements.
  5. Write and present offer to purchase.
  6. Purchase a 2-10 Home Buyers Warranty®  (optional).
  7. Acceptance of contract.
  8. Arrange for inspections – radon, mold, lead, termite, etc.
  9. Mortgage application, appraisal and credit report.
  10. Mortgage loan approval.
  11. Title Company/Escrow Company title search.
  12. Order Homeowners and/or Hazard Insurance.
  13. Arrange for closing date and assemble documents.
  14. Schedule movers and utilities.
  15. Review the Closing Statement for accuracy.
  16. Get a certified check for the funds needed at closing.
  17. Final walk-through of the home.
  18. Closing.
  19. Move-in to your new home!

In today’s competitive real estate market, homebuyers are obtaining pre-approval for mortgages prior to purchasing a home. First National Bank loan officers are available in the NP Dodge sales offices to assist you in the process of obtaining pre-approval.

Advantages of Loan Pre-Approval

  • Verifies the purchase price you can afford.
  • Prepares you to make an offer on the property you wish to purchase.
  • Expedites the buying process.
  • Indicates that you are credit-worthy and financially prepared to purchase a home.

Requirements for Pre-Approval
The following documents are required by the mortgage representative:

  • W-2 forms and federal tax returns from the past two years.
  • Pay stubs for the most recent 30 days.
  • Two months of financial asset statements.
  • Credit Reports.

Financial Information Reviewed in the Pre-Approval Process

  • Cash for Closing – to ensure that you can finance the closing.
  • Credit – to evaluate your credit standing based on the size of the loan.
  • Income – to certify that you can afford mortgage payments according to your income.

Loan Pre-Approval
Loan Commitment is a written promise from a lender to provide a loan up to a specified amount. This type of pre-approval involves a credit check and verification of assets and income. Then, only an appraisal review by the underwriter will be required to finalize the loan. If you have any questions regarding the pre-approval process of if you would like to obtain a pre-approved loan, a First National Bank loan officer can assist you.

As your agent I can:
Look into the property

  • I can research the length of time a property has been on the market. This may indicate the seller’s willingness to negotiate.
  • Find out if any price reductions were made during the listing period. The amount of any price reduction, as it relates to the overall purchase price, may indicate the seller’s desire to accept an offer.
  • Inquire about any other offers made on the property. It will be helpful to know what offers may have been turned down and for what reasons.
  • Ask about the motivation of the seller. Motivation is a key element in any negotiation. As an example, if the seller has already purchased a new property, your ability to close quickly may be an attractive element of the negotiations.
  • Discover what personal items are included in the sale. Anything the seller is willing to leave behind that you will not need to buy when you move in has a real value. Consider those items in your offer. However, some appraisals may be impacted by the inclusion of personal property.
  • Look into factors about the property that could affect value and review the Seller’s Disclosure Statement.

Review the neighborhood 

  • I can research the price range of sold properties in the area. This information is important since it will indicate the top and bottom prices of that specific market.
  • Review the average time on the market for properties in this area. Short market times may indicate a sellers’ market. If this is the case, you may face competition from other buyers.
  • Note the list to sale price ratio in this area. This information will indicate seller’s past willingness to negotiate and by how much.
  • Find the average sales price per square foot of recent solds. This approach to establish value works best in a P.U.D. and/or where there are similar homes, lot sizes and improvements.
  • Investigate any other known factors about the neighborhood that could affect value. Review the Seller’s Disclosure Statement very carefully with your Sales Associate.

Recommend

  • If you will be financing the property, get pre-approved for a mortgage prior to making your offer. This will show the seller your commitment and ability to perform. Pre-approval can be extremely important in a seller’s market.

myNPDodge: Your Home Page
An exclusive service of NP Dodge Real Estate, myNPDodge is a customized web program that lets you search listings based on your preferences, save and organize favorites and get automatic alerts when matching properties become available.  It’s like having your own personal real estate search engine, only better.

Customizable Searches
With myNPDodge, you can create customized property searches based on location, price range, number of bedrooms/bathrooms, school districts and many other criteria. Take advantage of our advanced search capabilities to filter down to exactly the type of properties you are interested in.

Save Favorites
The system lets you save multiple searches, add listings to your favorites folder, change search parameters and manage your favorites at any time.myNPDodge gives you a full range of customized tools to organize your favorites and make side-by-side property comparisons. With My Market Snapshot, you can keep track of all your favorite properties in Iowa and Nebraska. Saved properties that you wish to share with family and friends can be sent via your computer, iPad, iPhone, or Android device.

Get E-mail Alerts
When a new listing matching your preferences comes on the market, the system will automatically send you an email alert with a link to that property page.  With MLS listings updated every 15 minutes on npdodge.com, you’ll be among the first to know. The system also sends automatic email alerts for any price changes on your favorite properties.

With myNPDodge and your NP Dodge professional agent, finding and buying the perfect home has never been easier.

Unsure of what you need? Here’s some helpful tips! If it applies to you, be prepared to provide the information listed. If you do not know the type of loan you will receive, bring items needed for all loans and be prepared to supply additional information within a few days.

All loan applications

  • Pay stubs for the last 30 days.
  • W-2 forms for the last 2 years.
  • Bank statements for the last 2 months.
  • 401K or other employment related retirement account statement(s)
  • Investment account (stocks, bonds, IRA’s mutual funds, etc.) statements for the last 2 months.
  • Name, address, phone number of landlord for the last 24 months.
  • Name, address, phone number of employer(s) for the last 24 months.
  • Application deposit check to pay for certain closing costs. (This will be credited back at closing.)


For the following loan types, some additional paperwork is needed

  • NIFA Loan – Signed copies of Federal Tax Returns with attachments (W-2s, etc.) for the last 3 years. Don’t have these documents? Call the IRS and ask for a “Letter 1722” covering the missing years.
  • FHA Loan – Driver’s License and Social Security Card
  • VA Loan – Provide each of the following:

VA Certificate
Form DD-214 or for in-service veterans, Statement of Service
Most recent Leave and Earnings Statement (in-service only)
Name and address of child care provider (if applicable)

Additional forms are necessary for the following financial/personal circumstances

  • Self-Employed (includes rental income) – Signed copies of personal and business. Federal Income Tax Returns for the last 2 years and year-to-date Profit and Loss Statement Balance Sheet (self-employed only)
  • Declared bankruptcy in the last 7 years – Signed copies of Petition/Decrees, Schedule of Creditors and Discharge Notice and a letter of explanation for filing bankruptcy.
  • Divorced – Bring signed copies of all divorce decrees, including stipulations or modifications and receipt of child support payments for the last 12 months (only if to be income to qualify).

Miscellaneous Circumstances

  • If you graduated from college during the last 2 years, bring a copy of diploma and transcripts.
  • If you were unemployed for 30+ days during the last 2 years, have a letter of explanation.
  • If you are receiving a “gift” for part of your down payment talk with the loan officer prior to transferring funds.
  • If you are relocating by your employer, have a copy of your company’s relocation policy.

When you work with NP Dodge, you don’t just work with one company—you get the support of an entire family of companies, with hundreds of professionals in all facets of real estate to help you. Since 1855, NP Dodge has made the difference for home buyers and sellers throughout the Omaha and Council Bluffs area.

NP Dodge Real Estate  |  402.397.4900
One of the largest metro residential real estate companies with over 500 sales associates offering new and existing home sales with three supporting divisions and  9 sales offices.

NP Dodge Builder Services  |  402.951.5000
The only support center in the metro for buyers, builders and sales associates.

NP Dodge Relocation Services  |  402.938.5072
Employees and sales associates focused on the moving needs of transferals.

Service Network  |  402.397.4900
Exclusive network of companies offering priority status and special pricing.

NP Dodge Land Development  |  402.398.5263
Largest land developer in the area, from coordination to zoning, financing to sales, for each development project.

NP Dodge Insurance  |  402.398.5263
One of Omaha’s largest insurance agencies, handling property, casualty, employee benefits and financial services.

NP Dodge Management  |  402.397.4900
Largest third party management company in the metro, with apartments and townhomes in Nebraska and Iowa.

NAI NP Dodge  |  402.255.6060
Commercial property company offering sales, leasing and property management of office, retail and self-storage units.

NEI Global Relocation  |  402.397.8486
Omaha’s largest relocation management and top 20 nationally rated firm. Moving corporate transferees across the world.

TCN TitleCore National  |  402.333.8100
One of Omaha’s largest title companies offering a full menu of title, closing and escrow services for buyers.

Personal Expression
Owning your own home can provide a source of pride, enjoyment and satisfaction. It means you can paint the walls any color you desire, turn up the volume on your sound system, attach permanent fixtures and decorate your home according to your own taste. Home ownership gives you and your family a sense of stability and security. It’s making an investment in your future.

Appreciation
Although real estate moves in cycles, sometimes up, sometimes down, over the years real estate has consistently appreciated. Many people view their home investment as a hedge against inflation.

Mortgage Interest Deductions
Home ownership is a superb tax shelter and tax rates favor homeowners. As long as your mortgage balance is smaller than the price of your home, mortgage interest is fully deductible on your tax return. Interest is the largest component of your mortgage payment.

Property Tax Deductions/advantages
IRS Publication 530 contains tax information for first-time home buyers. Real Estate property taxes paid for a first home and a vacation home are fully deductible for income tax purposes. If you receive more profit than the allowable exclusion upon sale of your home, that profit will be considered a capital asset as long as you owned your home for more than one year. Capital assets receive preferential tax treatment.

Mortgage Reduction Builds Equity
Each month, part of your monthly payment is applied to the principal balance of your loan, which reduces your obligation. The way amortization works, the principal portion of your principal and interest payment increases slightly every month. It is lowest on your first payment and highest on your last payment. On average, each $100,000 of a mortgage will reduce in balance the first year by about $500 in principal, bringing that balance at the end of your first 12 months to $99,500.

Equity Loans
Consumers who carry credit card balances cannot deduct the interest paid, which can cost as much as 18% to 22%. Equity loan interest is often much less and it is deductible. For many home owners, it makes sense to pay off this kind of debt with a home equity loan. Consumers can borrow against a home’s equity for a variety of reasons such as home improvement, college, medical or starting a new business.

The right agents with the right tools are at NP Dodge.

  • The power of technology is right at our fingertips: npdodge.com, Multiple Listing Services, Trendgraphix™, social media and networking with other Brokers. The market and local knowledge our sales associates have are the key to our success.
  • NP Dodge is the only locally owned, full-service real estate company with a proven record of success. When you work with NP Dodge, you’re working with the top real estate team in the area. All of our sales associates are members of the National Association of REALTORS® and subscribe to its strict Code of Ethics.
  • We provide exclusive programs like 2-10 Home Buyers Warranty® home buyer and seller coverages, and Service NetworkSM screened vendors you can trust.
  • We can handle all the paperwork and negotiations.
  • We are an affiliate of Leading Real Estate Companies of the World® and Luxury Portfolio International.
  • We’ll be with you every step of the way. From the beginning and through the closing process, we will protect your interests and make sure everything goes smoothly.
  • You have a friend in the area. Our success depends on your satisfaction and referrral. If you should have any questions after the purchase of your home, you are welcome to contact us at any time.
  • It all comes down to keeping cool under fire. Most brokers know how to get an offer accepted for their clients. What defines expertise is being able to navigate through the entirety of the deal with ease and efficiency, maintaining open communication with all parties and handling any issues which arise with integrity and poise.

Do you wonder how REALTORS are paid?
Most homebuyers enlist the services of a real estate professional when buying a house. It only makes sense – agents have experience in dealing with the myriad of issues surrounding the process, and they usually have the homes listed for sale. But the question often comes up: “How do agents get paid and who is responsible for that payment?” It’s a good question and worthy of an answer.

First, we need to state that every agent must work for a broker. That broker is the one licensed with the state to do business. The broker determines how its own agents will be compensated. Agents are usually compensated on what is called a
“commission split,” meaning that a broker will get a percentage of the commissions that an agent brings in the door.

In addition, brokers set the commissions they will accept on homes listed for sale with their firm. Agents then receive a portion of the commission from their broker. In a further effort to make the property sell quickly, most brokers agree to cooperate with other brokers in the sale of their listed property. That means that if the buyer is working with one company and the property is listed with another, the listing broker will share a portion of the commission with the other broker making the sale.

The process of buying a house can be complicated, even for those who have previously owned a home. The following list will help you better understand the steps in the process:

  1. The power of technology is right at our fingertips: npdodge.com, Multiple Listing Services, Trendgraphix™, social media and networking with other Brokers. The market and local knowledge our sales associates have are the key to our success.Consult and analyze needs with REALTOR.
  2. Talk to a Mortgage Lender for pre-approval and price range.
  3. Register for myNPDodge – a program at npdodge.com to organize your favorite properties.
  4. Select and tour homes with your REALTOR that meet your requirements.
  5. Write and present offer to purchase.
  6. Purchase a 2-10 Home Buyers Warranty®  (optional).
  7. Acceptance of contract.
  8. Arrange for inspections – radon, mold, lead, termite, etc.
  9. Mortgage application, appraisal and credit report.
  10. Mortgage loan approval.
  11. Title Company/Escrow Company title search.
  12. Order Homeowners and/or Hazard Insurance.
  13. Arrange for closing date and assemble documents.
  14. Schedule movers and utilities.
  15. Review the Closing Statement for accuracy.
  16. Get a certified check for the funds needed at closing.
  17. Final walk-through of the home.
  18. Closing.
  19. Move-in to your new home!

In today’s competitive real estate market, homebuyers are obtaining pre-approval for mortgages prior to purchasing a home. First National Bank loan officers are available in the NP Dodge sales offices to assist you in the process of obtaining pre-approval.

Advantages of Loan Pre-Approval

  • Verifies the purchase price you can afford.
  • Prepares you to make an offer on the property you wish to purchase.
  • Expedites the buying process.
  • Indicates that you are credit-worthy and financially prepared to purchase a home.

Requirements for Pre-Approval
The following documents are required by the mortgage representative:

  • W-2 forms and federal tax returns from the past two years.
  • Pay stubs for the most recent 30 days.
  • Two months of financial asset statements.
  • Credit Reports.

Financial Information Reviewed in the Pre-Approval Process

  • Cash for Closing – to ensure that you can finance the closing.
  • Credit – to evaluate your credit standing based on the size of the loan.
  • Income – to certify that you can afford mortgage payments according to your income.

Loan Pre-Approval
Loan Commitment is a written promise from a lender to provide a loan up to a specified amount. This type of pre-approval involves a credit check and verification of assets and income. Then, only an appraisal review by the underwriter will be required to finalize the loan. If you have any questions regarding the pre-approval process of if you would like to obtain a pre-approved loan, a First National Bank loan officer can assist you.

As your agent I can:
Look into the property

  • I can research the length of time a property has been on the market. This may indicate the seller’s willingness to negotiate.
  • Find out if any price reductions were made during the listing period. The amount of any price reduction, as it relates to the overall purchase price, may indicate the seller’s desire to accept an offer.
  • Inquire about any other offers made on the property. It will be helpful to know what offers may have been turned down and for what reasons.
  • Ask about the motivation of the seller. Motivation is a key element in any negotiation. As an example, if the seller has already purchased a new property, your ability to close quickly may be an attractive element of the negotiations.
  • Discover what personal items are included in the sale. Anything the seller is willing to leave behind that you will not need to buy when you move in has a real value. Consider those items in your offer. However, some appraisals may be impacted by the inclusion of personal property.
  • Look into factors about the property that could affect value and review the Seller’s Disclosure Statement.

Review the neighborhood 

  • I can research the price range of sold properties in the area. This information is important since it will indicate the top and bottom prices of that specific market.
  • Review the average time on the market for properties in this area. Short market times may indicate a sellers’ market. If this is the case, you may face competition from other buyers.
  • Note the list to sale price ratio in this area. This information will indicate seller’s past willingness to negotiate and by how much.
  • Find the average sales price per square foot of recent solds. This approach to establish value works best in a P.U.D. and/or where there are similar homes, lot sizes and improvements.
  • Investigate any other known factors about the neighborhood that could affect value. Review the Seller’s Disclosure Statement very carefully with your Sales Associate.

Recommend

  • If you will be financing the property, get pre-approved for a mortgage prior to making your offer. This will show the seller your commitment and ability to perform. Pre-approval can be extremely important in a seller’s market.

myNPDodge: Your Home Page
An exclusive service of NP Dodge Real Estate, myNPDodge is a customized web program that lets you search listings based on your preferences, save and organize favorites and get automatic alerts when matching properties become available.  It’s like having your own personal real estate search engine, only better.

Customizable Searches
With myNPDodge, you can create customized property searches based on location, price range, number of bedrooms/bathrooms, school districts and many other criteria. Take advantage of our advanced search capabilities to filter down to exactly the type of properties you are interested in.

Save Favorites
The system lets you save multiple searches, add listings to your favorites folder, change search parameters and manage your favorites at any time.myNPDodge gives you a full range of customized tools to organize your favorites and make side-by-side property comparisons. With My Market Snapshot, you can keep track of all your favorite properties in Iowa and Nebraska. Saved properties that you wish to share with family and friends can be sent via your computer, iPad, iPhone, or Android device.

Get E-mail Alerts
When a new listing matching your preferences comes on the market, the system will automatically send you an email alert with a link to that property page.  With MLS listings updated every 15 minutes on npdodge.com, you’ll be among the first to know. The system also sends automatic email alerts for any price changes on your favorite properties.

With myNPDodge and your NP Dodge professional agent, finding and buying the perfect home has never been easier.

Unsure of what you need? Here’s some helpful tips! If it applies to you, be prepared to provide the information listed. If you do not know the type of loan you will receive, bring items needed for all loans and be prepared to supply additional information within a few days.

All loan applications

  • Pay stubs for the last 30 days.
  • W-2 forms for the last 2 years.
  • Bank statements for the last 2 months.
  • 401K or other employment related retirement account statement(s)
  • Investment account (stocks, bonds, IRA’s mutual funds, etc.) statements for the last 2 months.
  • Name, address, phone number of landlord for the last 24 months.
  • Name, address, phone number of employer(s) for the last 24 months.
  • Application deposit check to pay for certain closing costs. (This will be credited back at closing.)


For the following loan types, some additional paperwork is needed

  • NIFA Loan – Signed copies of Federal Tax Returns with attachments (W-2s, etc.) for the last 3 years. Don’t have these documents? Call the IRS and ask for a “Letter 1722” covering the missing years.
  • FHA Loan – Driver’s License and Social Security Card
  • VA Loan – Provide each of the following:

VA Certificate
Form DD-214 or for in-service veterans, Statement of Service
Most recent Leave and Earnings Statement (in-service only)
Name and address of child care provider (if applicable)

Additional forms are necessary for the following financial/personal circumstances

  • Self-Employed (includes rental income) – Signed copies of personal and business. Federal Income Tax Returns for the last 2 years and year-to-date Profit and Loss Statement Balance Sheet (self-employed only)
  • Declared bankruptcy in the last 7 years – Signed copies of Petition/Decrees, Schedule of Creditors and Discharge Notice and a letter of explanation for filing bankruptcy.
  • Divorced – Bring signed copies of all divorce decrees, including stipulations or modifications and receipt of child support payments for the last 12 months (only if to be income to qualify).

Miscellaneous Circumstances

  • If you graduated from college during the last 2 years, bring a copy of diploma and transcripts.
  • If you were unemployed for 30+ days during the last 2 years, have a letter of explanation.
  • If you are receiving a “gift” for part of your down payment talk with the loan officer prior to transferring funds.
  • If you are relocating by your employer, have a copy of your company’s relocation policy.

When you work with NP Dodge, you don’t just work with one company—you get the support of an entire family of companies, with hundreds of professionals in all facets of real estate to help you. Since 1855, NP Dodge has made the difference for home buyers and sellers throughout the Omaha and Council Bluffs area.

NP Dodge Real Estate  |  402.397.4900
One of the largest metro residential real estate companies with over 500 sales associates offering new and existing home sales with three supporting divisions and  9 sales offices.

NP Dodge Builder Services  |  402.951.5000
The only support center in the metro for buyers, builders and sales associates.

NP Dodge Relocation Services  |  402.938.5072
Employees and sales associates focused on the moving needs of transferals.

Service Network  |  402.397.4900
Exclusive network of companies offering priority status and special pricing.

NP Dodge Land Development  |  402.398.5263
Largest land developer in the area, from coordination to zoning, financing to sales, for each development project.

NP Dodge Insurance  |  402.398.5263
One of Omaha’s largest insurance agencies, handling property, casualty, employee benefits and financial services.

NP Dodge Management  |  402.397.4900
Largest third party management company in the metro, with apartments and townhomes in Nebraska and Iowa.

NAI NP Dodge  |  402.255.6060
Commercial property company offering sales, leasing and property management of office, retail and self-storage units.

NEI Global Relocation  |  402.397.8486
Omaha’s largest relocation management and top 20 nationally rated firm. Moving corporate transferees across the world.

TCN TitleCore National  |  402.333.8100
One of Omaha’s largest title companies offering a full menu of title, closing and escrow services for buyers.

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