State bucks trend in home sales

Sales of existing homes in Iowa were up 4.1 percent during the April-June quarter, the second-fastest growth rate in the country, a real estate...

Developer of Year award goes to Ryan

Minneapolis-based Ryan Cos. US Inc., with offices in Des Moines, Cedar Rapids and Davenport, won the National Association of Industrial and Office Properties’ Developer...

Principal real estate unit buys Colorado offices

Principal Real Estate Investors has acquired three office buildings within the Denver Tech Center, a premier suburban office park in Colorado. The three buildings, One...

Downtown D.M. condos shift gears to meet rental demands

Sales were cool, but developers found there were plenty of would-be apartment dwellers. Want to experience downtown living without a mortgage? There are now more...

Iowa City Housing Market is Strong

By Mark Geary, Reporter IOWA CITY - Turn on just about any news show or read any newspaper and you're bound to see or hear...

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HUD Secretary Donovan and Iowa Attorney General Tom Miller Unveil First...

WASHINGTON, DC - August 3, 2012 - (RealEstateRama) -- U.S. Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Secretary Shaun Donovan and Iowa Attorney General Tom Miller announced today the launch of the National Mortgage Servicing Settlement’s first public service announcement (PSA) television ad titled “Homeowner Help.” The PSA, which can be viewed at www.hud.gov and www.nationalmortgagesettlement.com, is designed to educate homeowners about the resources available to them through the mortgage servicing settlement.

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Eastern Iowa Businessman Sentenced to Prison for Failing to Pay Employment...

An Eastern Iowa businessman who failed to pay over employment taxes and violated the Clean Water Act by causing ethanol to be discharged into a tributary of the Maquoketa River, was sentenced today in federal court in Cedar Rapids, Iowa to 15 months in federal prison, announced Acting Deputy Assistant Attorney General Stuart M. Goldberg of the Justice Department’s Tax Division and Acting U.S. Attorney Sean R. Berry of the Northern District of Iowa