Real Estate businesses including Agencies, Brokerages and Leasing Companies need state real estate licenses. State authorities ensure these businesses are properly registered for accountability and that principals understand applicable laws and regulations. In many cases, cities and counties add additional licensing requirements.
Omaha is as friendly to business as people there are to one another. Home to several large companies, Omaha is a major business center of the plains and Nebraska welcomes the commerce. Local Omaha and Douglas County regulations are minimal with most regulatory licenses and permits coming from the state. Omaha still has its roots in agriculture and food processing as it is home to ConAgra foods, one of the world's largest food conglomerates. However, it also has insurance, brewing, banking, securities and rail transportation sectors.