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RESIDENTIAL
One of Franklin's key advantages is the availability of affordable housing. You could sell your home in the big city, buy a nice place in Franklin and have plenty left over to sock away in the bank! Here are just a few examples of the housing opportunities:

Type

Bedrooms

Baths

Square Feet

Price

2 Story

6

4

2,752

$89,900

1 Story Ranch

3

1

1,120

$23,000

1 Story Bungalow

1

1

952

$25,000

1 Story Ranch

3

1

1,100

$45,000

The following real estate companies can be contacted for more information on housing in Franklin:

Century 21 Midlands
4407 2nd Ave.
Kearney, NE 68847
308.234.5550
Email

Dorn-Alberts Real Estate
628 5th Ave.
Franklin, NE 68939
308.470.0780
Email

McBride Realty
303 E. 4th Street
Minden, NE 68959
308.832.1800
Email

Sharon Freeland Real Estate
1504 15th Ave.
Franklin, NE 68939
308.425.8821
Email



COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL

Excellent opportunity for a manufacturing firm. Vacant 6,480 sq ft manufacturing plant located in the Franklin Industrial Park. Metal building with concrete floor sits on 1.1 acres of land. Clear span construction with 3,840 sq ft of manufacturing area with overhead crane, 360 sq ft office and 1,440 sq ft warehouse space. Includes an 840 sq ft paint booth. This property is currently priced at $50,000 (below appraisal). Additional incentives may be available.


Click here for more detailed information on this property.
Jerrell Gerdes
308.425.6221 x 304
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FARM & RANCH

Whether you’re into hunting, farming and ranching or just getting back to nature, south-central Nebraska offers some excellent and affordable opportunities to buy yourself the perfect place. Far away from the hustle and bustle, there is plenty of land with live springs and creeks, river bottoms, rolling tall-grass prairie, fertile farmland and wooded ravines filled with massive cottonwoods, black walnut and elm trees. There is an incredible amount of wildlife and the stars blaze at night unspoiled by city lights. Lots of the old settlers’ homesteads still have the old barns, sheds, outbuildings and original houses still on them. In general, land prices can run from $400 to $1,000 an acre for ‘dryland’ and bit higher for irrigated land. Auctions are common.


 



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