Considering a move to Grand Island? You’ll love living and working here. Grand Island offers natural beauty, easy commutes and friendly people. We are also home to active, involved residents, future oriented educational institutions, and a strong multi-generational businesses.
Grand Island is a growing community of 51,440 with a 3% population increase in the last two years. Real estate choices reflect this growth. The 2016 average price per square foot for homes in Grand Island was $118. The average sold price for homes in 2016 was $154,031. The dream of owning your own home is strong in Grand Island with a 62% home ownership rate.
Looking for a modern condo downtown? Or maybe a family home by the lake? Perhaps new construction is your desire. Whatever you prefer, Grand Island has the home for you. Housing costs are below the national average and with home sales exceeding $119 million in 2016, you can be sure that one of Grand Island’s licensed real estate professionals can help you locate the perfect home.
If building your dream home is your family’s goal, Grand Island has numerous excellent builders and available properties to make this goal a reality. New construction totaled $32.5 million in 2016.
If you are planning a move to Grand Island, start with our Relocation Packet. It is full of the kind of useful information you’ll need to get started in your new city. Individuals and families from across the nation and the world have come to call Grand Island home.
|Total Volume Sales||$119,170,638||$111,617,029||$106,221,738|
|Average Sale Price||$154,031||$143,026||$139,950|
|Average Days on Market||67||62||56|
Grand Island has a wide variety of retirement resident options, including independent apartments, assisted living facilities, and skilled-care facilities for those needing more personal and medical assistance. With a wide variety of choices, your unique needs and interests are sure to be met.
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|Skilled and Intermediate||1|
|Alzheimer’s Specialty Care||1|
|Affordable Housing for Elderly and Disabled||2|