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  • 2944 Orchard View Ln NE
    Iowa City, Iowa
    Beds 3
    Baths 3
    MLS # 20181179

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  • 564 N Oliphant St
    West Branch, Iowa
    Beds 4
    Baths 3
    MLS # 20181667

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  • 4118 Deacon Lane NE
    Solon, Iowa
    Beds 10
    Baths 3
    MLS # 20176393

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  • 420 3rd Ave Unit 2
    Coralville, Iowa
    Beds 3
    Baths 3
    MLS # 20180552

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  • 408 E 5th St
    Tipton, Iowa
    Beds 3
    Baths 1
    MLS # 20181480

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  • 115 N 5th St
    West Branch, Iowa
    Beds 3
    Baths 2
    MLS # 20181596

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  • 1683 Hwy 1
    Fairfield, Iowa
    Beds 6
    Baths 7
    MLS # 20173321

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  • 881 Boston Way
    Coralville, Iowa
    Beds 3
    Baths 3
    MLS # 20181787

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  • 314 Cedar St.
    West Branch, Iowa
    Beds 3
    Baths 3
    MLS # 20180366

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  • 1030 Saint Clement St.
    Iowa City, Iowa
    Beds 3
    Baths 2
    MLS # 20176115

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As a graduate of the University of Iowa and a native of West Branch I feel very strongly about the quality of life our area has to offer. In addition to my knowledge and love for the community, my business, communication, and marketing skills allow me to provide the best customer service possible. Before becoming a Realtor I worked as a  real esate assistant for two years. Buying and/or selling your home can be complex. Not only will I handle every aspect of the transaction but I will make sure that you understand and are comfortable with each step. To get in touch with me, simply click on the "Email" button or give me a call. Glad to help!

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  • Cedar Rapids Iowa

    Cedar Rapids is known as the City of Five Seasons. It’s a vibrant urban hometown and is a beacon for people and businesses invested in building a greater community for the next generation. Cedar Rapids is a great place to live, work, play and start a business.

    As the second largest city in the state, Cedar Rapids is:
    •  The largest corn-processing city in the world.
    •  One of the leading manufacturing regions in the United States.
    •  One of the leading bio-processing and food ingredient centers in North America.

    Click here to find a Cedar Rapids, Iowa realty agent and find out why Cedar Rapids is the place you can call home. Then check out the current list of Cedar Rapids homes for sale.



  • Coralville Iowa

    Coralville, Iowa is located in the east central part of Iowa and shares a boarder with Iowa City, Iowa.  The close physical relationship between Coralville and its neighboring communities offer a wide variety of cultural offerings, attractions and entertainment options for every interest; all of which are light on the pocketbook.  In addition, Coralville has ample parks and trails for those looking for more quiet activities.

    Throughout the year, Coralville is host to a variety of community celebrations.  In January, Coralville Brrr Fest celebrates the beers of winter and the brewers who make them.  Visitors can sample craft beers showcased by more than 40 breweries from across the Midwest.  A portion of the proceeds from Brrr Fest goes towards Coralville's annual 4th of July celebration.  This multi-day event is a community tradition that attracts thousands of visitors and residents each year and includes a 5K run/walk, entertainment, food, free concerts, a carnival, parade, and fireworks.

    Coralville also gets the community and all fans of the University of Iowa revved up for the start of the Hawkeye’s athletic season at FRY Fest.  This one day ‘Celebration of all that is Hawkeye’ brings over 20,000 members of Hawkeye Nation and has become a tradition for fans to travel to Coralville, Iowa each year to take part in the numerous family-friendly activities.  Community members bring an end to the year, and mark the start of the holiday season, with WinterFest that features winter-time demonstrations, indoor and outdoor hands-on activities, entertainment, food, and frosty fun for all ages.

    The Coralville Center for Performing Arts also hosts a number of performances throughout the year, ranging from dance to theater.  S. T. Morrison Park is also where you can catch free music in the park each Thursday throughout the year.  Bring a blanket or a lawn chair, pack a picnic or get hot wood-fired pizza in the park and come listen to some great music.  You can also swing by the local Farmers Market that is held each Monday and Thursday night from May through October.

    For more information about the festivals and activities happening in Coralville, Iowa, or if you’re interested in learning about living in this vibrant community, check out the City of Coralville’s website.  In addition, you can get a list of events and community information on the Iowa City, Coralville and North Liberty community website, which highlights the things to see and do in these close cities.

    If you’re interested in moving to Coralville, Iowa, check out the latest list of Coralville homes for sale.  Come see for yourself why Coralville is the ideal place for you to live, work and play!

  • Hiawatha Iowa

    As a part of the Cedar Rapids metro area, Hiawatha, Iowa offers small town atmosphere with a quality of life that encompasses all of the features of the Metro area within a short drive. With a varied mix of activities, ranging from shopping locations to cultural opportunities, Hiawatha provides the best of community and business. 

    For the nature enthusiast, Hiawatha is the trailhead for the Cedar Valley Nature Trail, which is just under 52 miles long. The trail has wildflowers and pockets of native remnant prairie grasses that have been enlarged through the process of burning surrounding brush and non-native plants. The trail is also known to have abundant wildlife and birds to observe.

    Residents of Hiawatha can also stop by the local Farmers Market, which runs mid-April through the end of October on Sundays, where 25 or more entrepreneurs from the area sell home grown and homemade products. These items include, but are not limited to, fresh vegetables, fruits, and flowers, an assortment of baked products, preserved food products, arts, and crafts.  The Cedar Rapids and Marion Farmers markets are also a short drive away and provide a nice alternate for days the Hiawatha Farmers Market isn’t open.

    For those seeking to stimulate their artistic side or just to enjoy the Midwest area's cultural diversity, the Metro area offers a vast array of cultural attractions and an abundance of museums, live music, festivals, theatre and entertainment options. The vibrant and accessible art scene enriches the area and makes the Metro area a wonderful place to live and visit.  The Hiawatha Parks and Recreation Department schedules a series of concerts in the month of August on Friday nights to provide entertainment and enjoyment for the community. Bring your coolers and lawn chairs and enjoy the music with family and friends at Hiawatha's Concerts in the Park!

    For more information on things to do and see in Hiawatha, as well as information on living in this excellent community, check out the City of Hiawatha’s website.

    Are you looking for a new community to call home?  Then check out the most current list of available Hiawatha homes for sale and come see for yourself why this city is truly the "Crown Jewel of the Metro Area."

  • Iowa City Iowa

    Offering big-city amenities along with small-town hospitality, Iowa City, Iowa has it all. Nestled in the heart of the Midwest in east central Iowa, it has long served as a focus for culture, education, variety and fun. In Iowa City, you will find a real sense of community and friendly commerce.

    From music and art festivals to Broadway performances, Iowa City has an event to suit anyone's taste. During the summer months, live music becomes a part of downtown's irresistible ambiance. Each July, the city hosts a jazz festival that attracts music enthusiasts from both near and far. The annual Iowa Arts Festival features the state's best visual art, music, and food. Iowa City is also home to several community theaters, including Riverside Theater's Shakespearean stage. Located in City Park, this open-air theater presents shows under the stars. Iowa City is also home to the recently restored historic Englert Theatre downtown and also has a vibrant Iowa City Community Theatre.

    If Broadway productions are more your style, the University of Iowa's Hancher Auditorium showcases the best in entertainment. Over the years, Hancher has been host to productions such as Rent, Cats, Les Misérables, and Stomp. The Hancher stage is frequented by the likes of Yo Yo Ma, Jerry Seinfeld, and Wynton Marsalis.

    If you’re looking for a more scenic view, in Iowa City area alone there are 41 public parks, several of which overlook the scenic Iowa River. Many of these parks are equipped with networks of walking and biking trails, and quaint picnic sites and prairie reserves.

    In the Downtown District you can check out the nationally-recognized Iowa City Public Library, blow off some steam at the community's favorite playground in the heart of the Ped Mall, roam our art galleries, catch a live performance at our historic venues, or just enjoy one of the many festivals that bring the streets to life.  If you're looking for a gourmet dinner prepared by an award-winning chef or a quick bite to eat between classes, the Downtown District is your stomach’s best friend. From the freshest local produce and meats that support the slow food movement to ethnic foods that provide an authentic culinary experience, there is something for every palate!

    Interested in finding out more about what it’s like to live, work and play in this diverse city?  Then check out the City of Iowa City’s website for information about events happening around town, business developments and residential information.  For information about what’s happening downtown and what you need to see and do, visit the Iowa City Downtown District website!

    Are you looking for a new place to call home?  Then you will definitely want to check out the latest list of Iowa City homes for sale and come see for yourself why Iowa City is where you can have it all in a nationally ranked city.

  • Marion Iowa

    Marion, Iowa can best be described as funky and nostalgic, historic and eccentric.  This city’s pretty and preserved vintage charms are so much more than sweet and here you’ll find a varied and diverse culture of bona fide spunk.  Throughout the year, Marion is the place to live with excellent shopping and delicious places to eat!  However, you can't shop and eat all of the time, which is why Marion is well known for creating and hosting events of extraordinary range and quality, year around.

    One thing Marion is known for is the variety of festivals that are hosted in town for every season.  Starting out the festival season is the Marion Arts Festival held each May.  Consistently named among the top tier of juried art events nationwide, the Marion Arts Festival presents many artists, offering fine arts and crafts, along with music, food and a half-marathon and 5K.  September celebrates the past and the present at the annual Swamp Fox Festival which honors Marion's namesake and Revolutionary War hero, Francis Marion, aka the Swamp Fox.  Some of the many scheduled events include a picnic in the park, live music, craft show, 5K run and fun walk, a pancake breakfast and a parade. 

    During the fall, local businesses come together for the Harvest Moon Chocolate Walk, an annual event that features a chocolate treat in every participating business.  Every December, Marion welcomes Santa by firetruck at Christmas in the Park and Peppermint Walk with music, crafts and peppermint treats.

    While Marion has a variety of festivals to celebrate with the community, the city also boasts a wide assortment of music, art and other activities.  Throughout the summer, live music can be heard at Marion Square Park.  The Uptown Marion Market happens the second Saturday of each month from June to August and features fresh produce, baked goods, honey, flowers, plants, meat, wines, and an array of artisan items.  The Marion Farmers Market also happens each Wednesday and Saturday from May through September. You can also cool off at the Aquatics Center, take a stroll along the sculpture walk, explore fine art at an art gallery or view the historic Granger House. 

    Whatever you’re looking for, Marion has it for you.  For more information on these and other events happening through the year or to learn about living and working in Marion, be sure to visit the Uptown Marion website, the City of Marion website or the Marion Chamber website.

    Interested in moving to Marion, Iowa?  Then check out the most current list of Marion homes for sale and find the home of your dreams today!

  • North Liberty Iowa

    North Liberty, Iowa is a thriving located in the northwestern part of the Iowa City metro area.  This community features some of the best schools, parks and attractions and was named in as one of the best 100 small towns in America by Money Magazine.

    Being located just outside of the Iowa City metro area, North Liberty offers city living with a large assortment of outdoor activities.  Lake MacBride State Park, the Coralville Reservoir and Devonian Fossil Gorge are just a short drive away and offer residents hiking, camping and boating opportunities.

    The Saturday of Memorial Weekend, North Liberty comes together for Blues & BBQ, a one-day, family-friendly arts festival by the community, for the community.  The festival is all about Iowa-ness and features more than a dozen food vendors, Iowa microbrewers, seven on-stage acts, 200 volunteers, more than 10,000 guests, and more than 20 activities specifically geared towards kids.

    For more information about what’s happening around North Liberty, check out the City of North Liberty website.  On the city’s website you can also find information on living and working in this top American small town.

    If you’re ready to move to the area, check out the current list of North Liberty homes for sale and make the move to your new “Home Sweet Home.”

  • Robins Iowa

    As a part of the Cedar Rapids metro area, Robins, Iowa features small town living with ample parks and all of the features of the Cedar Rapids area within a short drive.  

    Throughout the year, Robins has events for people of all ages to enjoy, with many of those events hosted by the Robins Civic Club.  In spring, the annual Easter Egg Hunt offers residents the opportunity to win prizes, enjoy great food and see the Easter Bunny himself.  The Robins Round-up is the big event of the year and includes a 5K run/walk, a parade, a family bike ride, kids carnival, concessions, bands and fireworks. Watch for this great event the second Saturday each June.  Other events throughout the year include a city-wide garage sale, Christmas events and more!

    When you’re looking for other things to do, the Cedar Rapids metro area offers a vast array of cultural attractions and an abundance of museums, live music, festivals, theatre and entertainment options. The vibrant and accessible art scene enriches the area and makes the Metro area a wonderful place to live and visit. 

    For more information on things to do and see in Robins, as well as information on living in this excellent community, check out the City of Robins’ website.

    Are you looking for a new community to call home?  Then check out the current list of Robins homes for sale and come see for yourself why Robins is the city for you!

  • Solon Iowa

    Solon, Iowa is a small town that’s in close proximity to three larger communities, Iowa City, Coralville and Cedar Rapids. Solon provides its residents with a good to live in a smaller community and easily commute to work or enjoy the unique flare of the surrounding communities.

    There are a large number of recreational opportunities available to residents of Solon. The recreational facilities range from open spaces to relax with a good book, playgrounds for kids to run and play around and a pavilion at Randall Park, to the full spectrum of hiking, camping and boating activities at Lake Macbride State Park.

    During the summer, Solon hosts Music On Main each Wednesday night.  Bring your lawn chair, blanket, food and drink for a night of great music.  Each June, the city celebrates Beef Days with a 5K run/walk, parade, food and drink vendors, music and more!

    For more information about Solon, check out the City of Solon website, which provides the details you need to know about living, working and playing in this excellent small community.

    If you’re looking for a new place to call home, check out the current list of Solon homes for sale and come see for yourself why this city is “a place to put down roots.”