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Anonymous asked in TravelUnited StatesOther - United States · 8 years ago

Fall city Nebraska on craigslist?

I'm on the east coast and trying to help a friend (who currently lives in LA without internet at the moment) an apartment in Fall city, Nebraska. Can someone more familiar with the area tell me what area or craigslist i should be looking in? Tried looking around google maps without much luck...thanks so much in advance!

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  • 8 years ago
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    Falls City is a town with about 4500 people in the Southeast corner of NE.

    The biggest employers in the area are the same as with any small town = the hospital, the school, followed by the government. The largest private employers are about 60 employees big.

    ** If your friend does not have a job lined up, if is going to have a tough time finding employment.

    Falls City is 2 hours away from Lincoln, 2 hours away from Omaha, and 2 hours away from Kansas City, with only farmland between you and the city. There is no "craigslist" for a community like this to find apartments.

    The only way you are going to find apartments is by contacting the local real estate offices = there will probably be 2 or 3 for the entire town. Also, there is probably only a few options in apartments. It's not a community where a lot of rentals are needed.

    Source(s): I'm a native Los Angeleno, but my family owns property just a little bit to the west of Falls City.
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    4 years ago

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