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In 1854 when a group of speculators from neighboring Council Bluffs, Iowa, founded a city to take advantage of a prime spot near a strategic crossing along the Missouri River, they decided to call this new city Omaha. They chose this name after a local Native Indian tribe whose name means ‘going against the wind or current’. When the Nebraska territory opened up, Omaha grew as a supply point for the western migration after the arrival of the railroad. What was once the crossing called Lone Tree Ferry now began to earn its title as ‘Gateway to the West’.

Since then, Omaha has embraced the spirit of it’s name and has become home to several notable businesses and institutions. There are five Fortune 500 companies with headquarters in Omaha. They are ConAgraFoods, the packaged food giant, Mutual of Omaha the insurance and financial industry leader, the Kiewit Corporation, one of the worlds largest construction companies, and the mega conglomerate Berkshire Hathaway, headed by one of Omaha’s most famous and celebrated citizens, Warren Buffett. Omaha is also the headquarters of the DLR Group, the Gallup Organization of Gallup Poll fame, the architecture and engineering firms of HDR Incorporated, and Leo A. Daly, the securities trading giant TD Ameritrade, the largest privately held bank in the United States, the First National Bank of Omaha, The West Corporation, Werner Enterprises, Green Plains Renewable Energy, and Valmont Industries.

Omaha’s dynamic business activities have also given rise to and had a dramatic impact on Omaha’s urban landscape as well. In 2002, One First National Center was completed which surpassed the Woodmen Tower at 634 feet tall, becoming the tallest building in Omaha and the state of Nebraska. With the construction of the CenturyLink Center, the TD Ameritrade Park and the Slowdown/Film Streams development, the North Downtown District began to evolve rapidly. Also arriving in the growing West Omaha, came the Village Pointe Shopping Center, the First National Business Park, and parks for Morgan Smith Barney, Bank of the West, C&A Industries, Aksarben, Village, Midtown Crossing at Turner Park, the Gene Leahy Mall, the Holland Performing Arts Center, and the Union Pacific Center.

On the tourism front, 2008 saw the opening of the much lauded Bob Kerrey Pedestrian Bridge which winds its way along the Missouri River and accommodates much welcome foot and bicycle traffic. In 2008 and 2012, Omaha hosted the United States Olympic Team Swimming Trials at the Quest/Century Link Center. The list of Omaha’s top employers includes the Offutt Air Force Base, CHI Health, Omaha Public Schools, the Methodist Health System, Nebraska Medical Center, the University of Nebraska Medical Center, First Data, Union Pacific, Hy-Vee, and first National of Nebraska.   If you’re looking at real estate for sale in Omaha, Zip to Home has many free applications use.

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Omaha divides itself into six geographic areas: East Omaha, Downtown, South Omaha, Midtown, West Omaha, North Omaha, and West Omaha. It is easy to locate homes for sale in Omaha on Zip to Home. In addition there is a free mortgage calculator to help calculate your payment if you are buying a home in Omaha.

Zip to Home has MLS listings in Omaha in neighborhoods which includes areas such as Aksarben/Elmwood Park, Aksarben Village, Applewood, Baker Place, Bemis Park, Bennington, Benson, Bent Creek, Blackstone, Boys Town, Briar Hills, Bridlewood, brookhaven, when a Vista, Burlington Road, Burnt District, Cathedral Landmark District, Carter Lake, Chalco, Conestoga Place. Country Club, Dahlman, Deer Park, Dundee, Eagle Ridge, Elkhorn, Elmwood Park, Fairacres, Florence, Field Club, First National Business Park, Fountain Hills, Gifford Park, Gold Coast, Hanscom Park, Happy Hollow, Hillsboro, Howard Street Apartment District, Huntington Park, Irvington, Keystone, Kountze Place, La Vista, Leavenworth, Bohemia, Little Italy, Maple Village, Meridian Park, Midtown Crossing, Millard, Miller Park, Minne Lusa, Morton Meadows, Mockingbird Heights, Near North Side, Oak Heights, Old Gold Coast, Old Market Historic District, Omaha View, Orchard Hill, Papillion, Park East, Pepperwood, Prospect Hill, Rolston, Raven Oaks, Roanoke, Robin Hill, Royal Wood Estates, Regency, Roxbury, Saratoga, Sheely Town, South Omaha Main Sreet Historic District, Sporting District, Spring Lake, Squatter’s Row, Sunnyslope, trentwood, Valley, Vincent Street Commercial Historic District, Walnut Hill, Waterloo, West Farnam Neighborhood, Westgate, and Westside.

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Find Homes For Sale in Palo Alto!

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A majestic coastal redwood, of the species of Redwood which are the tallest trees in the world, that has quietly lived along San Francisquito Creek in the San Francisco Peninsula for over 1000 years, is the namesake of the City of Palo Alto. El Palo Alto, as this legendary tree is known, got it’s name in November 1769, when Spanish explorer Portola and a 200 horse, 63 man expedition riding up from San Diego looking for Monterey, settled on the creek and beheld the magnificent tree for the first time. Now some 247 years later, El Palo Alto’s image is the proprietary symbol on the Stanford University seal and the logo of the City of Palo Alto itself as well.

And what El Palo Alto has seen in it’s thousand years of keeping solitary watch over the area-from the Portola Expedition to Rafael Soto, the descendent of a De Anza Expedition settler, who made his home near San Francisquito Creek, site of the Portola expedition encampment, and El Palo Alto, selling goods to passersby, to his widow re-marrying and combining their considerable land grant ranchos with her new husband, the area in those days hosted adobe ranch buildings, fiestas and bullfights. Spanish names like San Antonio, Yerba Buena and Rinconada in the Palo Alto area remain in the streets, parks and neighborhoods and represent the local heritage.

In 1855, the township of Mayfield was formed in what is now southern Palo Alto. In 1875, Frenchman Peter Coutts purchased land in the area that he named Ayrshire Farm. This was quickly followed by the arrival of an attorney from New York who quickly became household name in California, Leland Stanford. Stanford purchased land in the area in 1876 for a horse farm he called the Palo Alto Stock Farm. Stanford then purchased Coutts’ Ayrshire Farm in 1882. Now one of America’s most prestigious universities is on that very property, Stanford University which was founded as a memorial for the Stanford’s only child, Leland Stanford Jr., who sadly passed away at 15, and was established in 1885. As the university began to take shape, Stanford annexed Mayfield to form the town of Palo Alto, and given his capabilities as a key investor in the Central Pacific Railroad, and president of the Southern Pacific Railroad, Leland Stanford created a train stop on University Avenue in Palo Alto near the school.

In what is now a registered national historical district, Stanford University’s first faculty members settled in an area near the university known as “Professorville”. It is here that Palo Alto’s historic roots as an innovative world technology hub began to take shape as early as the turn-of-the-century. Russell Varian, co-inventor of the Klystron Tube lived on 1044 Bryant Street, and a California Historical Landmark on 218 Channing recognizes Lee de Forest’s 1911 invention of the vacuum tube and electronic oscillator at that location. Nearby, on Addison Avenue is the garage that David Packard and William Hewlett labored as young men to create Hewlett-Packard.

The prestige and number of additional technological industrial advancements taking place in Palo Alto continued, coinciding with Stanford University’s spectacular growth in importance as a world-class academic institution and think tank. Nearby Silicon Valley employs upwards of 98,000 people engaged in more than 7000 businesses and Palo Alto serves as it’s central economic focal point. On Page Mill Road, the Stanford Research Park contains many prominent technology firms. Among the well-known research facilities and companies in Palo Alto are:’s, Aricent, Better Place, Bon Appétit Management Company, Cloudera, IDEO, Tapulous, Hewlett-Packard, Xerox, Playdom, Mopay, Socialtext, VMware, Ning, CPI International, Tibco Software, Palantir Technologies, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich&Rosati, PAIX, Mashable, Electric Power Research Institute, Institute for the Future, Nanosys, Tesla Motors, Space Systems/Loral, Palo Alto Research Center, PARC, Palo Alto Medical Foundation, Dell, AOL, inc., Groupon, CNF Inc., Infosys, IdentityMind Global, Genecor, Dailymotion, Accenture, SAP SE, Rave Wireless, Lockheed Martin, Talygen Business Intelligence, Group Inc., Slam Content, Onlive, Schering-Plough Biopharma, Theranos, Wso2, Nokia Research Center, Merrill Lynch, The Wall Street Journal, Mercedes-Benz Research and Development North America Headquarters, and others. Once headquartered and grown substantially in Palo Alto are the Internet giants PayPal, Google and Facebook. The city’s top employers are Stanford University, Stanford University Medical Center, Lucille Packard Children’s Hospital, VMware, Inc., Veterans Affairs Palo Alto Health Care, Space Systems/Loral, Hewlett-Packard, Colubris Networks, and the Palo Alto Medical Foundation.

As one can imagine with the high-tech, medical and business advancements and successes in the area, real estate opportunities in the city and surrounding areas abound, and Palo Alto is an outstanding place to invest and move. Enjoying a 12% rise in value in the last year, buying a home in Palo Alto remains a very sound investment. The median price for a Home in Palo Alto is $2,543,100, and it is predicted that values will rise an additional 2.7% in the coming year. About 40% of these buyers are investors from overseas, indicating international investors looking to capitalize on the robust Palo Alto and surrounding area’s real estate market.

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“California’s Birth Place”, as San Diego is known, has benefited from one of the best climates in the United States, along with a rich history starting with the Kumeyaay People, the arrival of Cabrillo, then the Republic of Mexico, and now the United States-all benefiting from it’s natural deep water Harbor and proximity to trading partner Mexico with which she shares it’s prosperous border. San Diego is 120 miles south of Los Angeles and is the second largest city in California. The eighth largest city in United States, San Diego has an estimated population of 1,481,069 and given its location immediately adjacent to the border of Mexico the San Diego-Tijuana conurbation makes it the second largest transborder agglomeration between the US and a bordering country after Detroit-Windsor.

San Diego is the seat of San Diego County and is a considerable economic engine as a center of international trade, military and defense related activities, biotechnology, manufacturing and tourism.

San Diego’s historic roots are still very much in evidence at the foot of Presidio Hill, where the original town’s center was. Now known as ‘Oldtown’ or Old Town San Diego State Historic Park, it’s picturesque adobes, refurbished barns and vintage Victorian structures remain largely unchanged as does an assortment of popular restaurants, shops, hotels and theaters attracting many tourists who enjoy the enchanting trip back through time and California’s colorful San Diego history.

Not far from historic ‘Old Town’ is one of the most grand and beautiful civic park complexes in any city in America, Balboa Park. Balboa Park has been home to the World Exposition of 1915, and two World’s Fairs: the Panama–California Exposition of 1915, and the California Pacific International Exposition of 1935. The exotic assortment of wild animals featured at the 1915 Exposition created the start of what is now known as one of the world’s foremost and important zoos, the famed San Diego Zoo.

As early as 1852 the southern portion of Point Loma Peninsula was set aside for military use. Over the next decades, the Army set up reinforcement coastal artillery batteries and called the area Fort Rosecrans. In 1901 the Navy started creating a significant presence with the establishment of the Navy Coaling Station in Point Loma. This is expanded eventually to Naval Base San Diego, the San Diego Naval Hospital, Camp Kearney, the Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, Camp Matthews, and the Naval Training Center San Diego.

San Diego’s Deepwater Port has a direct and positive impact on the city’s economy. The only major shipbuilding and submarine yards on the West Coast are in San Diego and several major national defense contractors call the city home, including Cubic, General Atomics, and NASSCO. The largest naval fleet in the world also calls San Diego home, including the majority of the US Pacific Fleet’s surface combatants, all of the Navy’s West Coast amphibious ships and a variety of Military Sealift commands and Coast Guard vessels.

Given the city’s climate and many tourist attractions, San Diego is also a major tourist destination spot. Annually people from all over the world come to San Diego to enjoy Sea World San Diego, Balboa Park, San Diego Zoo Safari Park, San Diego Zoo, Mission San Diego de Alcala, Belmont Amusement Park or Old Town San Diego State Historic Park. San Diego hosted more than 34 million people visiting last year, collectively spending an estimated $8 billion dollars locally. Traditionally, tuna fishing and canning were major industries in San Diego, and Bumblebee Food and Chicken of the Sea still remain and thrive. An interesting attraction, Comic-Con International, the largest and most important of it’s kind in the world, attracts major stars from the motion picture and television industries every year to the striking San Diego Convention Center on the waterfront along with more than 130,000 comic book and fantasy film fans, many of whom dress in costume for the event. The San Diego Convention Center is a beautiful 2,600,000 square foot facility, designed like a sailing ship that stands out on the waterfront and attracts 849,000 visitors a year annually who spend 600 million dollars in attendee spending, and contribute 1 billion to the local economy. The Convention Center was the home of the 1996 Republican National Convention, and the 2007 California Democratic Party Convention.

Also thriving in San Diego are high tech and biotech companies such as ESET, Kyocera International, Nokia, Cricket Communications, Novatel, Qualcomm, Websense Inc., Nventa Biopharmaceuticals, Neurocrine Biosciences, Intuit, Semantic, Mitchell International, Axure, Aonix, Sempra Energy, Envision Solar, Allerca, InvivoGen, Amlyn Pharmaceuticals Mindtouch, Resmed, Accelrys, AltexSoft, Illumina, Sequenom, Nuvasive, Silicon Beach, Mobile One, GenMark Diagnostics, Skyriver, PETCO, Mindtouch, Veoh, Dexcom, Genesee Scientific, Quidel Corporation and Solar Turbines, among many others in this dynamic city and surrounding areas.

For sports fans, San Diego’s QUALCOMM Stadium, Home of three NFL Super Bowl Championships, Plus college football’s Holiday Bowl and Poinsettia Bowl, hosts the NFL San Diego Chargers. Downtown’s popular new Petco Park hosts Major League Baseball’s San Diego Padres. There are also three NCAA Universities in San Diego, the NCAA Division I San Diego State Aztecs, and their men’s and women’s basketball games are played at Viejas Arena. In professional golf, the Farmers Insurance Open of the PGA Tour happens every year at the scenic Torrey Pines Golf Course, Site of the 2008 US Open Golf Championship. The San Diego yacht club hosted the America’s Cup three times as well in San Diego from 1988 to 1995. The Over-the-Line Volleyball Championships are held at Mission Bay every year-the scene where that sport was invented.

Colleges and Universities of note in San Diego include: San Diego State University, or SDSU, San Diego City College, San Diego Community College District, University of California San Diego, or UCSD, San Diego Mesa College, San Diego Miramar College, Chapman University San Diego Christian College, University of San Diego, or USD, California International Business University, or CIBU, California College San Diego, Point Loma Nazarene University, or PLNU, National University, Alliant International University, or AIU, John Paul the Great Catholic University, University of Redlands School of Business, Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising, or FIDM, Coleman University, Design Institute of San Diego, or DISD, the Art Institute of California, UEI College, Platt College, New school of Architecture and Design, Pacific Oaks College, Southern States University, or SSU, the UCSD School of Medicine, California Western School of Law, Woodberry University, University of San Diego School of Law, Thomas Jefferson School of Law, and the Western Sierra Law school.

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In 1837, taking advantage of a portage between the Mississippi River watershed and the Great Lakes, the city we all know as Chicago was incorporated. Soon after, the Illinois and Michigan Canal opened up, coinciding with Chicago’s first Railway, the Galena and Chicago Union Railroad that began operations. Now with sailing ships and steamboats gaining precious access from the Great Lakes to the Mississippi, combined with railroad service to the west, an important transportation hub was created in the City of Chicago that started a great economic engine that continues to this day. The name Chicago comes from a French interpretation of the Native American word ‘shikaakwa’ that means ’wild leek’ or ‘wild onion’ or ‘wild garlic’ depending on the translation from the Miami– Illinois dialect, referring to the wild garlic abundant to the area at the time. But many preferred to call Chicago the ‘Windy City’ or ‘Second City’.

Chicago has grown to be the third most populous city in United States with over 2.7 million residents, And the Chicago metropolitan area containing nearly 10,000,000. Now an international center for transportation, industry, telecommunications, commerce, technology and finance, Chicago has the nation’s largest number of railroad freight shipments and highways, plus the busiest airport in the world measured by airport traffic, O’Hare International. Listed as an ‘Alpha Global City’, by the Globalization and World Cities Research Network, Chicago has the third-largest gross metropolitan product in the United States, at $610 billion dollars and ranks seventh in the world in the 2014 Global Cities Index. In addition, in the MasterCard Worldwide Centers of Commerce Index, Chicago was named the fourth most important business center in the world.

Chicago’s famed skyline is visual testament to this dynamic place of commerce as evidenced in some notable skyscrapers such as the John Hancock Center, the neo gothic Tribune Tower, the Trump International Hotel and Tower, the Aon Center, and the 1,451 foot Willis Tower. These and other striking buildings rise beside freshwater Lake Michigan and the two rivers that flow through the city, the Calumet River and the Chicago River. The central business district is referred to as the ‘Chicago Loop’, and the famed Lakeshore Drive winds along much of Chicago’s Lakefront that contains waterfront parks such as Jackson Park, Lincoln Park, Burnham Park, and Grant Park, with 24 public beaches along 26 miles of shoreline. Popular spots and attractions along the waterfront are the Museum Campus, the Navy Pier, Northerly Island and the McCormick Place Convention Center.

Being a World Financial Center, Chicago, placing the 9th on the UBS List of the world’s richest cities, is home to some major financial futures exchanges, including the Chicago Mercantile Exchange(the “Merc”) , the Chicago Stock Exchange, and the Chicago Board Options Exchange. The Windy City has 17 Financial Times 500 companies and 12 Fortune Global 500 companies, in addition there is one Dow 30 company, aerospace giant Boeing which now has it’s headquarters in Chicago. In surrounding Chicago suburbs are two other Dow 30 companies, McDonald’s and Kraft Foods. The largest employers in the city of Chicago are the US Government, Chicago Public Schools, the City of Chicago, Cook County Illinois, Advocate Health System, J.P. Morgan Chase, the University of Chicago, the State of Illinois, United Continental holdings, AT&T Illinois, Walgreens, Abbott Laboratories, Presence Health, Chicago Transit Authority, and the University of Illinois at Chicago.

Several web start up companies had their beginnings in Chicago, such as Groupon, NowServe, CareerBuilder, 37 signals, Feedburner, and Orbitz. Established retailers that also call Chicago home are Crate & Barrel, Walgreens, Ace Hardware, ULTA Beauty, Sears and Claire’s, which are all logical outgrowths from this city that is been a center of retail from the early days of Montgomery Ward, Marshall Fields, Sears and the Schwinn Bicycle Company. Chicago is home to the largest convention center in the nation, McCormick Place, Which is also the third largest of its kind in the world. Chicago ranks just behind Las Vegas and Orlando in largest number of conventions held annually.

Chicago is no less impressive in the museum and public art installation arenas, with the completion in 1998 of the Museum Campus, a 10 acre lake front park that was created adjoining three of the city’s most prominent and nationally important museums-the Shedd Aquarium, the Adler Planetarium and Astronomy Museum, and the Field Museum of Natural History. Grant Park is nearby which includes the world renowned Art Institute of Chicago. Other museums of note include the Pritzker Military Library, the Museum of Contemporary Art, the Driehaus Museum, the Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum, the Museum of Broadcast Communications, the Chicago Architecture Foundation, the Chicago History Museum, the DuSable Museum of African American history, the Museum of Science and Industry, the Polish Museum of America, University of Chicago Oriental Institute, and soon the Barack Obama Presidential Center to be housed at the University of Chicago in Hyde Park.

In addition to an impressive and diversified cultural arts scene, Chicago enjoys a robust lineup of professional sports teams, all supported by an equally robust fanbase. NFL’s Chicago Bears Play football to packed stands in Soldier Field, and in the Major League Baseball lineup, Chicago has two teams, the Chicago Cubs who pack legendary Wrigley Field, and the Chicago White Sox, who regularly fill the U.S. Cellular Field. In NHL ice hockey, the Chicago Blackhawks hit the ice at the United Center, when NBA’s famous Chicago Bulls aren’t also playing at the United Center. In MLS Soccer, The Chicago Fire Play for fans in Toyota Park.

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In northeast Oklahoma, a region of the state known as ‘Green Country’, at the foot of the Ozark Mountains, lies the second largest city in the state of Oklahoma, Tulsa. Situated on the banks of the Arkansas River, Tulsa is home to the most inland river port in the United States, the Tulsa Port of Catoosa, with access to international waterways and is part of the McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System. As Tulsa enjoys a wetter climate then points further west, an uncharacteristically lush eco region of a relatively larger number of lakes and hills surround the area than in the other more prairie like climates of central and western Oklahoma.

The Lochapoka Band of Creek Native American Tribe settled Tulsa between the years of 1828 and 1836. Their home was originally established under the Creek Council Oak Tree, naming their new settlement ‘Tallasi”, which means “Old Town” in the Creek language, and later becoming called ‘Tulsa’.

With Tulsa’s first oil well in 1901, the ‘Sue Bland Number 1’, discovering discovery and implementation of the large Glenn Pool Oil Fields came into the history books and the city that soon came to be known as the “Oil Capital of the World” was well on its path to successful development and growth. By 1909, the population of Tulsa had swelled to over 180,000. With the city successes came development and the building boom created some notable Art Deco homes and buildings, many still exist with historical landmark designations. A larger base of contemporary architectural styles came to the city with the building booms of the 1970s and 80s, culminating in the BOK Tower, the Cityplex Tower and a significantly important postmodern futuristic complex of buildings at the Oral Roberts University.

Tulsans enjoy full time opera and ballet companies, and two world-renowned art museums in their city with one of the nations largest concentrations of Art Deco architecture. Forbes, Partners for Livable Communities and Relocate America have all called Tulsa one of America’s most livable large cities, and in 2012 BusinessWeek ranked Tulsa among the top 50 best cities in the United States.

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Zip to Home has MLS listings in Tulsa neighborhoods which includes areas such as Downtown, Blue Dome District, East Village, Oil Capital Historic District, Uptown, Buena Vista Park Historic District, the Pearl District, Riverview Historic District, Midtown, Arkansas River Parks, Cherry Street, Maple Ridge, Sunset Terrace, Brookside, Lortondale, Ranch Acres, Patrick Henry, Highland, Whiteside Park Area, Kendall – Whittier, Swan Lake Historic District Terwilleger Heights, Renaissance, Florence Park, Florence Park South, Northside, Brady Arts District, Brady Heights Historic District, Greenland Historical District, North Cheyenne Historic District, Owen Park, Gilcrease Museum, Phoenix District, Southside, Southeast Tulsa, Southern Hills, Eastside, Westside, Port of Catoosa, West Tulsa, downtown Tulsa, Tulsa Convention Ctr., Tulsa Performing Arts Center, Utica Square, Tulsa Union Depot, East Village, Woodward Park, Expo Square, Golden Driller, Riverwalk Crossing Shopping Center, Redfork, Carbondale, Garden City, Turkey Mountain, Oakhurst, Oakridge, City Center, Alsuma, Mingo, Mohawk, lake, Dawson, Lynn Lane, Turley, Bixby, Jenks, Owasso, Sand Springs, Sapulpa, and Allen-Bowden.

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Find Homes For Sale in Denver!

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Just east of the Rocky Mountains’ Front Range, rises the most populous municipality in the state of Colorado, Denver. Also the state capital of Colorado, Denver has an elevation a 5280 feet above sea level, giving it it’s most popular nickname, the ‘Mile High City’. Denver is also known as the ‘Queen City’, the ‘City of the Plains’, or ‘The Convention City’. Given Denver’s central location as a travel, commerce, storage and trading hub that sits as a midpoint between Chicago/St. Louis and Los Angeles/San Francisco, for distribution and storage of goods and services to the Western States Southwest States and Mountain States, those qualities has helped Denver thrive over the years as a center of commerce.

Now, Denver and Denver area employers boast of having the Johns Manville Corporation, CH2M HILL, inc., The Ball Corporation, Molson Coors Brewing Company, the Newmont Mining Corporation, Lockheed Martin Corporation, United Airlines, the Kroger Company, Xcel Energy, and MapQuest among them and operation.

Denver’s proximity to the mineral-rich Rocky Mountains has attracted mining and energy companies to the area such as Smith International, Noble Energy, EnCana, the Rio Tinto Group, Anadarko and Halliburton. The mile high elevation has, interestingly, also created an advantageous location for several satellite communications companies due to the ‘one bounce’ real-time satellite uplink opportunities to several continents simultaneously. Among those are Comcast, The Dish Network Corporation, Qwest Communications, Starz-Encore and and DIRECTV.

Denver is also a very adventure outdoor oriented city and with it’s gateway proximity to several world-class ski areas and resorts such as Aspen, Vail, Snowmass, Buttermilk, Aspen Highlands, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Copper Mountain, Steamboat Springs, Crested Butte, and Telluride- the opportunities are many and world class.

Other attractions in Denver include brewery tours at Coors and the New Belgium Brewery Company, or a visit to the great American Beer Festival, or the National Western Stock Show- a renowned premier rodeo event, or Denver’s Cinco de Mayo Festival or the popular Moon Festival. Denver also has some celebrated professional sports teams such as the National Football League three time world champion Denver Broncos, formerly led by quarterback Peyton Manning, that play at Mile High Stadium, The Major League baseball team, the Colorado Rockies that play at Coors Field, the NBA Denver Nuggets, that play at the Pepsi Center, or the National Hockey League’s Colorado Avalanche that also play at the Pepsi Center.

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The City of Denver recognizes 78 official neighborhoods. It is easy to locate homes for sale in Denver on oulluo. In addition there is a free mortgage calculator to help calculate your payment if you are buying a home in Denver, or any of the nearby areas.

Oulluo has MLS listings in Denver neighborhoods which include such areas as Platte Park, Rosedale, University, University Hills, University Park, Washington Park, Washington Park West, Wellshire, Goldsmith, Hampden, Hampden South, Kennedy, Southmoorpark, Bear Valley, Fort Logan, Harvey Park, Harvey Park South, Marston, Athmar Park, Barnum, Barnum West, Mar Lee, Ruby Hill, Sun Valley, Valverde, Villa Park, West Colfax, Westwood, Virginia Village, Washington Virginia Vail, Windsor, Clinton, Cole, Elyria – Swansea, Five Points, Globeville, North Park Hill, South Park Hill, Skylands, Whittier, Cherry Creek, Denver International Airport, Gateway/Green Valley Ranch, Montebello, North East Park Hill, Stapleton, Auraria, Berkeley, Southie Park, Highland, Jefferson Park, Regis, Sloan Lake, Sunnyside, West Highland, College View/South Platte, overland, Burns Brentwood, Crestmoore, Curtis Park, Golden Triangle, Paris, Hampden Heights, LoDo, Mayfair, Parkfield, RiNo , River North Art District and Northside.

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Find Homes For Sale in Oklahoma City!

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Located in the Sandstone Hills region of Oklahoma, lies the capital and largest city of the state of Oklahoma, Oklahoma City. Rising out of the Great Plains region, Oklahoma City’s many tall buildings are shining testaments to the areas thriving oil, natural gas and petroleum product related industries so common to the region. In fact, this city is situated the middle of an active oilfield and oil derricks are interspersed all over the Capitol grounds. Oklahoma City is home to the tallest building in the state, the Devon Energy Center. Following that are the Chase Tower, the AT&T building, Sand Ridge Center, the First National Center, the Bank of Oklahoma Plaza, the Chase Tower, the City Place, the Leadership SquareNorth Tower, the Valiance Bank Tower, and the Oklahoma Tower.

Winding through the city, is the North Canadian River which bisects Oklahoma City. Recently renamed the Oklahoma River inside the city limits, the river complements the area’s three large lakes: Lake Stanley Draper, Lake Overholser, and Lake Hefner.

Oklahoma City also is in the heart of livestock country, and features one of the largest livestock markets in the world, all housed in what is the eighth largest city in the United States by land area. These markets include the Stockman Oklahoma, the Oklahoma National Stockyards Company and the OKC West Livestock Market LLC. Some of the top employers in Oklahoma City are the State of Oklahoma with 46,900 employees, the Mike Monroney Aeronautical Center, Integras Health, the City of Oklahoma City, the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, Hobby Lobby Stores, Chesapeake Energy Corporation, Mercy Health Center, OG+E Energy Corporation, the Devon Energy Corporation, OU Medical Center, SSM Healthcare of Oklahoma, Incorporated, AT&T, the Sonic Corporation, and LSB Industries Incorporated. Other large employers within the region include the Tinker Air Force Base, the University of Oklahoma, the University of Central Oklahoma, and the Norman Regional Hospital.

Additional major corporations with operations in Oklahoma City are the United Parcel Service the Great Plains Coca-Cola Bottling Company Dell, Cox Communications, MidFirst Bank, Continental Resources, the Hertz Corporation, Farmers Insurance Group American Fidelity Assurance, the Boeing Company and Johnson Controls. In 2013, Forbes magazine ranked Oklahoma City Number eight on its list of Best Places for Business and Careers. In 2014, Forbes ranked Oklahoma City number seven on list of Best Places for Business and Careers.

Notable museums and theaters and Oklahoma City include the Donald W Reynolds Visual Arts Center, the Oklahoma City Museum of Art, or OKCMOA, the Civic Center Music Hall, which houses the Oklahoma City Ballet, The Oklahoma City opera, the Oklahoma City Philharmonic and other concerts and Broadway shows, the lyric Theatre, the jewel box Theatre, Kirkpatrick Auditorium, the Poteet Theatre, the Oklahoma City Community College Bruce Owen Theatre and the Petree recital hall at the Oklahoma City University campus, the Wanda L Bass School of Music and Auditorium, the Science Museum Oklahoma, The Museum of Osteology, the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum, the Hall of Great Western Performers, the American Indian Cultural Center and Museum, the American Banjo Museum, the Oklahoma History Center, the Oklahoma Historical Society, and the Oklahoma City National Memorial. The Chesapeake Energy Arena in downtown serves as a multipurpose arena in the city that hosts concerts athletic events and many of the city’s pro sports teams including the popular NBA team, the Oklahoma City Thunder.

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The City of Oklahoma City recognizes many different neighborhoods in five designated areas-Downtown, Inner City North, Inner City South, North and Northwest, and the ‘Suburbs’. It is easy to locate homes for sale in Oklahoma City on Zip to Home. In addition there is a free mortgage calculator to help calculate your payment if you are buying a home in Oklahoma City.

Oulluo Has MLS listings in Oklahoma City neighborhoods such as Arts District, Automobile Alley, Bricktown, Central Business District, Deep Deuce, Triangle District, 39th Street., East District, Capitol Campus, Eastside, Heritage Hills, Lincoln Terrace neighborhood, Mesta Park, Midtown, Northwest Business District, North Western District, Oklahoma Health Center, Paseo Arts District, Uptown, Capital Hill District, Riverside District, Stockyards City, Adventure District, Britton, Ski Island, Suburbs, Bethany, Chickasha, Choctaw, Dell City, Edmond, El Reno, Forest Park, Guthrie, Harrah, Jones, Kingfisher, Luther, Midwest City, Moore, Mustang, Newcastle, Nichols Hills, Nicoma Park, Norman, Piedmont, Shawnee, Smith Villas, Stillwater, The Village, Tuttle, Union City, Warr Acres and Yukon.

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Find Homes For Sale In Santa Clara County!

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In the heart of Santa Clara County lies Santa Clara Valley, which also goes by the name recognized the world over as ‘Silicon Valley’. One of California’s oldest Counties, Santa Clara County was formed at the time of California’s statehood in 1850. Also within Santa Clara County is the United States 10th most populous city, San Jose. And if you know the way there, Zip to Home can assist you in your searches through the ‘Valley of the Heart’s Desire’ as it was known at the turn-of-the-century due to its beautiful orchards and farmland, and it’s many attractive cities and desirable communities.
It is easy to locate homes for sale in the Santa Clara Valley and it’s many neighborhoods using ZiptoHome’s cutting edge data technology. In addition there is a free mortgage calculator to help calculate your payment if you’re buying a home anywhere in Santa Clara Valley.

Oulluo has MLS listings in Santa Clara Valley cities in neighborhoods such as Palo Alto, Los Altos, Campbell, Morgan Hill, Saratoga, Cupertino, Sunnyvale, Gilroy, Milpitas, San Jose, Monte Sereno, Santa Clara, the towns of Los Gatos, Los Altos Hills and the neighborhoods of Lexington Hills, Burbank, East foothills, Alum Rock, Fruitdale, Stanford, Loyola, Llagas-Uvas, Cambrian Park, and San Martin. In addition, zip to home House listings of the communities of Casa Loma, East San Jose, Bell Station, Madrone, Coyote, Chemeketa Park, Svedal, Redwood Estates, San Antonio and Rucker.

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The ‘City by the Bay’ where Tony Bennett famously sang about leaving his heart is framed by scenic stretches of the Pacific Ocean and the San Francisco Bay providing dramatic backdrops of its own hilly vistas and picturesque islands that are all part of the city. Within its city limits San Francisco has more than 50 hills populating its lively and diverse neighborhoods showcasing its vibrant streetscapes and well-known destinations such as Union Square, the Financial District, Fisherman’s Wharf or Alcatraz.

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The city of San Francisco contains many individual areas and neighborhoods and community planning areas. Within a given planning area there are several distinct neighborhoods. It is easy to locate homes for sale in San Francisco on Oulluo. In addition there’s a free mortgage calculator to help calculate your payment if you are buying a home in San Francisco.

Oulluo has MLS listings in San Francisco neighborhoods which includes areas such as Alamo Square, Alta Plaza, Anza Vista, Balboa Park, Barbary Coast, Bayview, Bayview – Hunters point, Bernal Heights, Carville, Castro District, Cathedral Hill, Central Embarcadero Piers Historic District, Chinatown, Civic Center, Cole Valley, Corona Heights, Crocker– Amazon, Diamond Heights, Dogpatch, Duboce Park Landmark District, Duboce Triangle, Eureka Valley, Excelsior District, Fillmore District, Financial District, Fisherman’s Wharf, Forest Hill, Glen Park, Haight– Ashbury, Hayes Valley, Hunters Point, Indian Basin, Ingleside Terraces, Ingleside, Inner Sunset, International Settlement, Irish Hill, Jackson Sq., Japan town, Laurel Heights, Lincoln Manor, Lone Mountain, Lower Haight, Lower Pacific Heights, Marina District, Merced Manor, Mid– Market, Mission Bay, Mission District, Mount Davidson, Nob Hill, Noe Valley, North Beach, Ocean View, Outer Mission, Outer Sunset, Outside Lands, Pacific Heights, Park Merced, Parkside, Potrero Hill, Presidio Heights, Presdio Terrace, Richmond District, Richmond District, Rincon Hill, Russian Hill, San Francisco Residence Parks, Seacliff, South of Market, South Park, St. Francis Wood, Sunset District, Telegraph Hill, Tenderloin, Tendernob, Terrific Sreet., Theatre Street, Theatre District, Treasure Island, Twin Peaks, Union Square, Upper Fillmore, Visitacion Valley, West portal, western addition, Westwood Highlands, Westwood Park, Yerba Buena and Yerba Buena Island.

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Also, if you are looking in the nearby cities of South San Francisco in zip codes 94080, 94083, or Daly City in zip codes 94014, 94015, 94016, 94017, or Brisbane in zip code 94005, San Bruno 94066, or Pacifica 94044, Oulluo has the information you are looking for.

Find Homes For Sale in Mesa, Arizona!

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Mesa Arizona is a city 50 miles east of Phoenix with an important and rich Native American history. In the prehistoric New World, the Hohokam people that arrived in the Mesa area 2000 years ago designed and developed a canal system that was the largest and most sophisticated of it’s day. These canals they had created covered hundreds of miles, were instrumental in transforming their part of the Sonoran Desert into an agricultural oasis and are still in use today. Given the large 132 square mile area that is the city of Mesa, locations in the city are referred to as residing in either West Mesa, or East Mesa.
The median home cost of a home in Mesa Arizona is $172,800 and the home appreciation value in Mesa is 18.80 percent. To the east, Mesa is bordered by Apache Junction, and to the west, the city of Tempe. The Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community lies to the north, while to the south is Chandler, Arizona, and Gilbert, Arizona. Mesa has a very active Historic Preservation Program, and numerous attractions, among them are the Mesa Grande Ruins, Hohokam Stadium, Sloan Park, the home of the Cactus League Spring training home of the Chicago Cubs, Mesa Arts Center, Mesa Amphitheater, Dobson Ranch Golf Course, Mesa Convention Center, the Commemorative Air Force Arizona Wing Aircraft Museum, the Mesa Historical Museum, the Arizona Museum of Natural History, the I.D.E.A. Museum, the Mesa Grande Cultural Park, Park of the Canals, and the historic districts, West Second Historic District, Glenwood/Wilbur Historic District, the Superstition Mountain Museum, the Fort McDowell Casino, the Queen Creek Olive Mill, the Apache Trail, Evergreen Historic District, Temple Historic District, Robson Historic District, Fraser Fields Historic District, and the West Side-Clark Historic District.

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The city of the Mesa, Arizona recognizes many individual areas as community planning areas and neighborhoods such as Southeast, Northeast, Central, West Central, Southwest, Queen Creek, Gilbert or Fort McDowell. Although the city contains many neighborhoods, it is easy to locate homes for sale in Mesa, Arizona on Oulluo. In addition there is a free mortgage calculator to help calculate your payment if you are buying a home in Mesa, Arizona.

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