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By Jackie Mahaney, HomeSmart Phoenix, AZ Investments, 2nd homes, short sales
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Tired of cold winters? Floods, tornados and a wanting to buy real estate in a down market? If you have been thinking about cashing in on the Arizona housing market... now is the time. Look, prices have not been this low in DECADES- neither have interest rates, by the way. Consider this... you can...
Part of my motive for doing this is that I read somewhere that "why would anyone want to retire in the Midwest".  Coming from California, I know many, once hitting retirement could not afford to stay in that state.  I have run across more and more that are thinking of going back to the state of t...
Moville, Iowa is located about 12 miles east of Sioux City on highway 20.  The quiet town is situated in the farmlands of Iowa.  The population, according to the 2000 Census was 1,583. The population in July 2006 was estimated at 1,481. There are two banks located in Moville: First National Bank...
Bronson is about 10 miles east of Sioux City, Iowa.  Driving to Bronson, head east on Hwy 20 then south on K49.  It is quietly nestled on the edge of some hills.  The town of Bronson is a great place to rainse a family.  Bronson is home to the elementary school for the Lawton-Bronson School Distr...
 Lawton, Iowa is located 7 miles east of Sioux City on Hwy 20.  It is a nice quiet bedroom community located in Woodbury County.  There is very little crime of any kind.  Lawton is a good place to raise kids and has great schools.  Lawton host a street dance every summer and there is a "fireman's...

By Michele Ott
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When I first moved here I complained there weren't enough good restaurants.  Sioux City is slowly bringing in good restaurants.  Though I still hope for non-chain restaurants to open here.  What we have: The Olive Garden Lucianos Red Robin Hu Hot Mongolian Grill. Red Lobster Bev's On the River. M...

By Michele Ott
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Get To Know Sioux City, Iowa. Some of the Annual Events in Sioux City: Rock In Summer The event is usually held on Saturday in early June.  Each year Downtown Sioux City hosts the annual June Jam music festival.  . You'll hear Folk Music, Blues, Rock, Punk, and Country.  A little of everything fo...
Urban Revitalization and Tax Exemption in Sioux City Iowa.On October 1, 2007 the City Council of Sioux City approved a City-Wide Residential Urban Revitalization.  Anyone who improves their existing home or builds a new home can benefit from this.  Single-family, two-family or multi-family reside...
In Sioux City to get yourself in the mood for Halloween you need to head downtown.  There is "Nightmare on 4th Street"  and "Fear Factory".  Both are located at the same place on historic 4th Street.  Tickets are available at the door.  Admission is $8.00 per person.   Save $3.00 when you buy a c...

By Lonnie Hohl, Serving Siouxland since 1986
(Realty Specialists)
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The Real Estate market in the Sioux City area is one of opportunity for both the experienced investor or for the individual wanting to purchase that FIRST income property.  Some estimates show that in Woodbury county alone an average of 1 property a day is repossessed.  Even if this information i...

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