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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


15174 Blackhawk Road, Ottumwa, IA 52501-8703
  • Listing #: 6018928
  • Price: $179,900
  • Sq Ft: 1232
  • Status: Sold
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 2
157 Acres - 13250 65th Street, Ottumwa, IA 52501
  • Listing #: 6112757
  • Price: $1,799,500
  • Lot Size: 157.00 acres
  • Status: Pending
  • Type: Other
102 Acres - 13200 65th Street, Ottumwa, IA 52501
  • Listing #: 6112738
  • Price: $799,500
  • Lot Size: 102.00 acres
  • Status: Active
  • Type: Other
95 Acres - 31750 Highway 21, Hedrick, IA 52563-8528
  • Listing #: 5743185
  • Price: $899,500
  • Lot Size: 95.00 acres
  • Status: Active
  • Type: Other

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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!

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  • July 4th Celebrations

    June 30, 2020


    Our founding fathers also liked fireworks! Read this newspaper clipping from 1777!

     July 18, 1777 issue of the Virginia Gazette describes the July 4 celebration in Philadelphia:

    "The evening was closed with the ringing of bells, and at night there was a grand exhibition of fireworks, which began and concluded with thirteen rockets on the commons, and the city was beautifully illuminated. Every thing was conducted with the greatest order and decorum, and the face of joy and gladness was universal."

    Celebrating the 4th of July, Independence Day

    Davis County Realtors always wishes our family and friends to know the face of joy and gladness!!

    Happy 4th!


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  • Can I Afford a House Payment?

    February 25, 2020

    How much house can you afford?

    Evaluate your current monthly cash flow, decide just how big of a house payment you can swing. Realize it will include not just principal and interest but also property taxes and insurance. One rule of thumb suggests that your housing expense should stay between 25% to 36% of your take-home pay. So if your family brings home $5,000 per month after taxes, your mortgage payment, including taxes and insurance, should be between $1,250 and $1,800. Keep in mind, just because you can theoretically afford a higher house payment doesn't mean you should. Consider, too, that the size of your house will impact your bottom line well beyond your payment. For example, more rooms mean more furniture, more upkeep and higher heating and cooling costs. This is a great article from USAA.COM, if your thinking of buying a home go to their website and read the complete article. Read More