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Iowa Residents Are Among the Most Likely To Own Their Own Homes in the Nation

Homeownership is a longstanding aspiration for millions of Americans. According to a Gallup poll, more than nine in every 10 American investors consider owning a home to be either an essential or important component of the American dream. Homeownership can also be one of the best and most practical ways to build wealth — both through appreciation of equity and tax deductions.
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Homes for Iowa house arrives in Denison

Will be on the market for purchase by an income-qualifying family. For more than a year, the Denison Community Housing Agency has been working on a project to bring a Homes for Iowa house to Denison. On Thursday afternoon, the house arrived, being transported by Ferneau & Sons House Moving...
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Woda Cooper Underway on Construction of 35-Unit Age-Restricted Community in Iowa

WILTON, IOWA — Woda Cooper Cos. Inc. is underway on construction of Chandler Pointe in Wilton, about 30 miles east of Iowa City. The $6.9 million project will provide 35 units for residents age 55 and older. Monthly rents will range from $330 to $640 for one-bedroom units and from $395 to $735 for two-bedroom floor plans. Of the 35 units, 31 will be affordable for households with incomes at or below 80 percent of the area median income. Four apartments will be available at market rates. Completion is slated for late 2022.
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Public Space One purchases historic Iowa City mansion

Public Space One bought a mansion. To be more specific, PS1 is expanding into the Close House, a historic building on the well-trekked corner of South Gilbert and Bowery streets in downtown Iowa City. The purchase marks a bold new chapter for the arts nonprofit, which spent the better part of the last decade in a basement, as well as for the Close House, which has survived nearly 15 decades in Iowa City and is set to become more accessible than ever.
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Farmland value increasing in Iowa, survey finds

Des Moines, IA (AP) — Farmland values are rising sharply in Iowa, according to a semi-annual survey of real estate agents. The Daily Nonpareil in Council Bluffs reports that the survey released this weeks shows that tillable farmland value increased by 18.8% over the past six months. The statewide average...
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Heart of Iowa helps homeowners

As any homeowner knows, it doesn’t take long for the cost of maintenance and repairs to pile up. And if the roof starts leaking or the furnace conks out, a homeowner is immediately looking at thousands of dollars in bills. For some, especially the elderly and disabled, paying for the needed repairs just isn’t possible.
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siouxlandnews.com

Property tax changes for local apartment owners, city fighting new equalization orders

SIOUX CITY, Iowa — An order from the state of Iowa's tax authorities could lead to a big increase in the tax bill for some property owners and a lower bill for others. The Assessor for the City of Sioux City says the Iowa Department of Revenue has issued two "equalization orders," increasing the assessments of multi-residential properties by 22%, while lowering the assessment of agricultural properties within city limits by 10%.
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dewittobserver.com

Iowa Mutual Lofts project receives state tax incentives

Awards totaling $29.8 million were announced last week for Workforce Housing Tax Incentive projects across the state. The Iowa Economic Development Authority (IEDA) awarded these tax credits to 49 housing projects. The Workforce Housing Tax Credit program provides tax benefits to developers to create new housing in Iowa communities. For...
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Farmland value increasing in Iowa, survey finds

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Farmland values are rising sharply in Iowa, according to a semi-annual survey of real estate agents. The Daily Nonpareil in Council Bluffs reports that the survey released this weeks shows that tillable farmland value increased by 18.8% over the past six months. The statewide average value of $12,182 per acre compared to a value of $10,221 per acre in March.
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Sioux City Journal

Farmland values in Iowa 18.8% in past six months

DES MOINES — The price of tillable farm land in Iowa increased by 18.8 percent over the past six months, with a statewide average of $12,182 per acre compared to $10,221 last March, according to a semi-annual survey real estate agents released Wednesday. The September survey by the Realtors Land...
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Realtors Survey Find Iowa Farm Land Values Up 26.6% From Last Fall

Statewide Iowa — A survey of real estate agents finds the price of tillable Iowa farmland is increasing significantly. The Iowa chapter of the Realtors Land Institute releases survey data in March and September. The latest report shows Iowa farmland values have jumped nearly 19% since the spring. Compared to a year ago, the average price for Iowa farmland is up 26.6%.
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