You may be wondering where to live in Iowa. This state is home to many vibrant cities and towns. If you’re new to the area, don’t limit yourself to shopping in only the bigger cities! We love showing off the wide variety of homes in the area. These are nestled in communities of all sizes that support just about any type of lifestyle you can imagine.
Communities We Serve
Where to Live in Iowa
Iowa has a lot to offer. With communities that range from large to small and a wide selection of both new and historic homes, finding the best place to live comes down to personal preference.
If you’re looking for thriving culture and a community that supports small business and the local economy, that doesn’t actually narrow it down much! Here are a few other factors to consider when looking at the different communities we love to serve.
Historic Meets Modern
Iowa City is home to the University of Iowa and the old capital. If you want to live in a vibrant community with plenty of support for the arts, look no further. Modern construction meets living history in the gorgeous downtown pedestrian mall. And a number of historic communities offer both lovingly restored older homes or venerable houses that are ready to be modernized. Click here to learn more about Iowa City.
Cedar Rapids is the second largest city in Iowa. With a thriving downtown scene that is structured to support business growth. it supports an abundance of jobs in tech, IT, business, and education. Listed as one of the top 100 places to live in the United States, this might be the perfect place to hunt for a home. Click here to learn more about Cedar Rapids.
Sometimes you might want the best of both worlds. North Liberty is a rapidly growing city located between Iowa City and Cedar Rapids. New neighborhoods offer a variety of homes to choose from with plenty of shopping and entertainment nearby. Click here to learn more about North Liberty.
Ever dream of a having your own Hobby Farm?
Have you ever thought it might be nice to sit on your front porch and look out over your own green acres of rolling hills? Iowa is the perfect place to tend a productive garden or raise livestock. Many of the smaller communities make it possible to have a house and land mere minutes from a downtown. If you’re looking for a particular kind of property, we can help you search. Click here to get in touch.