While I was busy browsing the Internet earlier, I came across consecutive real estate boards and I was surprised to see a lot of listings for Iowa. This got me thinking. Is the value of properties in Iowa depreciating? I’m probably wrong with my assumption but one couldn’t help but think along those lines. Especially when you’re seeing tons of postings that read new homes for sale cedar rapids ia. This could only be either one of two things: their properties have depreciated in value or there are just too many people who are becoming interested in living there and contractors are taking advantage of it.
In all honesty, I’m thinking it’s the latter that’s causing more and more houses to be built in Cedar Rapids. Perhaps people are starting to notice just what the city is worth. I do know that Cedar Rapids is a thriving center for arts and culture especially in the eastern part of Iowa. I also know that it’s fast becoming the state’s foremost economic hub so I’m pretty certain that they are doing well and investments are profiting big. Therefore contractors are possibly building a lot of houses to entice more and more people to invest in Cedar Rapids or at least move there.
If I only have tons of money, I most definitely would like to buy a house there. I’m not going to settle there but I would rent it out to transients and then bring my family there during vacations. A stay in a city like that, that’s rich in culture, even for a couple of weeks or months, would surely rub off on my kids and will perhaps make them interested in the arts. I can already see their keen interests now but I would love for them to improve on that aspect.