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Davis County Realtors
105 E. Locust
Bloomfield, IA 52537
Phone: 641.664.2224
Fax: 641.664.3520

Licensed in the state of Iowa

RECENT LISTINGS

94 Acres - 18625 250th, Bloomfield, IA 52537
  • Listing #: 20176830
  • Price: $399,500
  • Lot Size: 94.00 acres
  • Status: Active
  • Type:
  • Best Use:
10244 Acorn Avenue, Selma, IA 52554
  • Listing #: 20176801
  • Price: $85,000
  • Sq Ft: 1064.00
  • Status: Active
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 1
308 Acres - 10425 Jewel, Drakesville, IA 52552
  • Listing #: 20176808
  • Price: $1,080,000
  • Lot Size: 308.00 acres
  • Status: Active
  • Type:
  • Best Use:
75 Acres - 23850 Jade, Bloomfield, IA 52537
  • Listing #: 20176789
  • Price: $335,000
  • Lot Size: 75.00 acres
  • Status: Active
  • Type:
  • Best Use:
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Your #1 choice in
buying or selling real estate!

Davis County Realtors is your number one choice when it comes to buying or selling real estate in Davis County and Southern Iowa! Whether you are buying your first home, selling your current residence, investing in commercial or rental properties, buying a farm, hunting ground, development land or any other kind of real estate, Davis County Realtors will help you find the property that is perfect for you!

The Brown Team

RECENT BLOG POSTS

  • Closing Costs

    December 10, 2019

    What Are Closing Costs?

    According to Trulia,
    When you close on a home, a number of fees are due. They typically range from 2% to 5% of the total cost of the home, and can include title insurance, origination fees, underwriting fees, document preparation fees, and more.”
    For those who buy a $250,000 home, for example, that amount could be between $5,000 and $12,500 in closing fees. Keep in mind, if you’re in the market for a home above this price range, your costs could be significantly greater. As mentioned before,

    Closing costs are typically between 2% and 5% of your purchase price.

     Trulia gives more great advice, saying,
    “There will be lots of paperwork in front of you on closing day, and not enough time to read them all. Work closely with your real estate agent, lender, and attorney, if you have one, to get all the documents you need ahead of time. The most important thing to read is the closing disclosure, which shows your loan terms, final closing costs, and any outstanding fees. You’ll get this form about three days before closing since, once you (the borrower) sign it, there’s a three-day waiting period before you can sign the mortgage loan docs. If you have any questions about the numbers or what any of the mortgage terms mean, this is the time to ask—your real estate agent is a great resource for getting you all the answers you need.”

    Bottom Line

    Reach out to your lender and a local real estate professional to discuss the homebuying process, to be sure your plan includes budgeting for what you need to purchase your dream home – without any surprises!
    Resource: Keeping Current Matters.Com

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  • Selling and Buying a Home in Winter

    December 3, 2019

    Here is a great article from Dave Ramsey about selling your home in the winter. Curl up with a blanket and cup of warm beverage and enjoy the read! https://www.daveramsey.com/blog/selling-your-home-in-winter Read More