Lincoln’s Antelope Park

Antelope Park ShelterLifelong Lincoln-ites already know the beauty of Antelope Park, but Trip Advisor and its reviewers confirm what we already knew:

“Wonderful walking path. Many relaxing stops along the way. Easy access points. Snow cleared. Beautiful landscaping.”

“Antelope Park has a lot to offer. There are monuments, a band shell, enclosed and unenclosed picnic areas, walking trails, a Veteran’s Memorial Garden, and a wonderful playground suitable for all ages. Auld Pavilion, within the park, holds local events including contra dancing on Saturday evenings. I like to go here to read, and my whole family likes to hunt Pokémon here. The playground at Antelope Park is my kids’ favorite in the city […]”

Even better, Trip Advisor gives Antelope Park a review of 4.5, meaning you can’t really go wrong.

lincoln-antelope-parkLocated at 23rd & N to 33rd & Sheridan Blvd on a 92.93 acres, there is more than enough room for kids to explore, burn off energy on the ample play equipment, dig in the sand, or take a break for a picnic snack. Antelope Park is even within walking distance of the Lincoln Children’s Zoo, making a day at the park more like an effortless staycation that will please the whole family.

The park offers shelters for renting. (Hey there, epic birthday parties and reunions!) Other features offered are a golf course (remember to reserve a tee time,) basketball and baseball areas, and a tennis court. It’s not too late to soak up some fall weather, so fill that picnic basket and head on out.


Tax credit, low rates offer bright spots in Lincoln real estate market

It’s probably safe to say “there’s never been a more interesting time” to be a real estate agent than right now.

Anyone who has been helping people buy and sell homes for even a few years has experienced good times and bad. Just three years ago, homes were selling at a fairly fast pace and at nice profits for the homeowners. That trend took a not-so-pretty turn last year when the U.S. economy dipped into a recession. But, thanks to almost historically low interest rates and a federal government stimulus plan aimed at first-time homebuyers, that trend is looking much better.

As a Realtor with Woods Bros Realty, I can tell you first-hand the current $8,000 federal tax credit aimed at first-time homebuyers has created quite a stir. Most of the Realtors I talk to are working with one, two, three or more “new” buyers. These are buyers who most likely would not be looking for a new home right now if it were not for the double-punch of low interest rates and the tax credit.

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