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Automated Email Home Searches

by Nancy Heim-berg

In the past, buyers who were interested in finding just the right home had to look through hundreds of listings in order to narrow down their search. That’s no longer the case, as automated email home searches can show people homes that have all the right features at a price that is within their budget.

By entering some basic information in an online form, one can easily activate automated email home searches. Users can then select from a number of different home features including location, property type, price range, number of bedrooms, and number of bathrooms. The system will then look through all the available listings in order to find ones that meet these criteria. Information about these listings is then sent to that person’s email address so that he or she can immediately see data concerning suitable properties.

After the initial email, follow-up emails are sent every morning. These emails provide information about any newly listed property, as well as any existing ones that have had price reductions. Potential buyers can always stay up-to-date with the latest offerings without having to constantly perform new data searches in order to obtain it.

Data can be modified at any time in order to change search results. Each time information is changed, new listings are sent reflecting these changes.

Automated email home searches are free and do not obligate consumers in any way. Many people find this service helps them streamline the home-buying process by allowing them to obtain information about new listings sooner than they would have otherwise. Those in the Omaha, Nebraska area are encouraged to take advantage of automated email home searches by signing up today.

Nebraska Football Season Preview

by Nancy Heim-berg

Nebraska football began this past weekened when the Cornhuskers played their first game against the University of Wyoming. Looking ahead, the final game is scheduled for Friday, November 29th against the Iowa Hawkeyes.

The Cornhuskers are coming off of a strong 2012-2013 season, in which they were 10-4 overall. This team won all of their home games with the exception of one game that was played against the University of Wisconsin Badgers. They also made an appearance in the Capitol One Bowl on New Year’s Day, where they lost to the University of Georgia Bulldogs by a score of 45-31.

Coach Bo Pelini will head the Cornhuskers for the fifth straight year this season. In each of the past four seasons, the Cornhuskers have lost exactly four games. They’re hoping to change that record this year, and they have several key players returning to help them meet their goals.

Among those coming back are running back Ameer Abdullah, offensive tackle Jeremiah Sirles and defensive end Jason Ankrah. The Cornhuskers also welcome defensive end Randy Gregory to their ball club this year. Gregory was rated the top junior college defensive lineman for the 2012-2013 season.

According to several sports analysts, defense will play a major role in how well the Cornhuskers do this season. The fact that most of the team’s defensive players are new could effectively work against them. Even so, they are expected to be one of the top contenders in this year’s Legends Division, mostly because the team’s offense is one of the best in the entire Big Ten conference.

Many are waiting to see how well the Cornhuskers fare against the UCLA Bruins later in September. If they hold their own against this team, they have a good shot at being undefeated as they head into November, where they’ll face tough teams such as Northwestern, Michigan and Michigan State. Their performance against these teams will largely determine whether or not the Cornhuskers are selected to advance to post-season conference play.

Nebraska Football - 2013 Schedule

  • Aug. 31st vs. Wyoming
  • Sep. 7th vs. Southern Miss
  • Sep. 14th vs. UCLA
  • Sep. 21st vs. South Dakota State
  • Oct. 5th vs. Illinois
  • Oct. 12th @ Purdue
  • Oct. 26th @ Minnesota
  • Nov. 2nd vs. Northwestern
  • Nov. 16th vs. Michigan State
  • Nov. 23rd @ Penn State
  • Nov. 29th vs. Iowa

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