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102 W Washington

Elk Point, SD

Large 4+ bedroom 2 story with lots of character. Large lot and detached 2 stall garage. $94,900
  • Single Family
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 3 Bathrooms
  • 2,129 Sq Ft.
  • 8,250 Sq Ft.
  • 719635
  • 2 Garage Spaces
  • Built in 1912

Large 4+ bedroom 2 story with lots of character. Large lot and detached 2 stall garage.

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3804 Glenn Avenue

Sioux City, IA

2+ bedroom ranch on corner lot with room for a garage. Features new roof, eat in kitchen, one block from school, plus den in basement. $82,500
  • Single Family
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bathrooms
  • 955 Sq Ft.
  • 6,912 Sq Ft.
  • 719657
  • 0 Garage Spaces
  • Built in 1949

2+ bedroom ranch on corner lot with room for a garage. Features new roof, eat in kitchen, one block from school, plus den in basement.

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1414 28th Street

Sioux City, IA

Three bedroom story 1/2 with much new including: new kitchen, new baths, flooring, paint, electric and more! Features main floor laundry, stainless kitchen appliances included, parking in rear with shed. Property is agent owned. $69,500
  • Single Family
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bathrooms
  • 1,304 Sq Ft.
  • 6,098 Sq Ft.
  • 719742
  • 0 Garage Spaces
  • Built in 1920

Three bedroom story 1/2 with much new including: new kitchen, new baths, flooring, paint, electric and more! Features main floor laundry, stainless kitchen appliances included, parking in rear with shed. Property is agent owned.

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4424 Manor Circle

Sioux City, IA

Gorgeous traditional 2 story with many upgrades not found in most homes. Features: nearly a 1/2 acre flat corner lot, Huge kitchen with updates, formal dining, main floor family room with gas fireplace, large deck, 4 larger than average bedrooms with large dressing area in the master. The downstairs is fully finished with an entertainment paradise. Plenty of room for gatherings with a fully equipped wet bar, plus an additional den/bedroom! $294,950
  • Single Family
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 3 Bathrooms
  • 4,278 Sq Ft.
  • 18,295 Sq Ft.
  • 719617
  • 2 Garage Spaces
  • Built in 1967

Gorgeous traditional 2 story with many upgrades not found in most homes. Features: nearly a 1/2 acre flat corner lot, Huge kitchen with updates, formal dining, main floor family room with gas fireplace, large deck, 4 larger than average bedrooms with large dressing area in the master. The downstairs is fully finished with an entertainment paradise. Plenty of room for gatherings with a fully equipped wet bar, plus an additional den/bedroom!

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3532 100th

Pierson, IA

Large 2 story home on nearly an acre. Much potential here! This is a Fannie Mae Homepath Property! $68,900
  • Single Family
  • 5 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bathrooms
  • 2,424 Sq Ft.
  • 37,462 Sq Ft.
  • 719459
  • 2 Garage Spaces
  • Built in 1890

Large 2 story home on nearly an acre. Much potential here! This is a Fannie Mae Homepath Property!

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Home improvements that increase home value

When granite countertops or shiny, stainless steel appliances beckon homeowners from the display areas of home improvement stores, it’s tempting to gear remodeling thoughts toward the items that will add flair and decorative appeal to a home. Even though most improvements add some measure of value, deciding which are the best investments can be difficult. Return on investment, often referred to as “ROI,” varies depending on the project. Frequently, the projects that seem like the best investments don’t bring the greatest rate of return, while those that seem like smaller projects bring substantial returns. Real estate professionals routinely weigh in with their expert advice, and homeowners can couple that advice with Remodeling magazine’s annual “Cost vs. Value Index” to reap the greatest financial impact from their renovations. The following were some of the projects that garnered the greatest ROI in 2015. Open the door to improvement. Region by region across the United States, installation of a new steel door on the front of a home can have a large impact on the resale value of a property. The ROI ranges from 123 percent at the highest, to 86 percent at the lowest – which is still a considerable investment return […]
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How to save enough for a down payment on a house

A home is the most costly thing many people will ever buy. The process of buying a home can be both exciting and nerve-wracking. One way to make the process of buying a home go more smoothly is to save enough money to put down a substantial down payment. Saving for a down payment on a home is similar to saving for other items, only on a far grander scale. Many financial planners and real estate professionals recommend prospective home buyers put down no less than 20 percent of the total cost of the home they’re buying. Down payments short of 20 percent will require private mortgage insurance, or PMI. The cost of PMI depends on a host of variables, but is generally between 0.3 and 1.5 percent of the original loan amount. While plenty of homeowners pay PMI, buyers who can afford to put down 20 percent can save themselves a considerable amount of money by doing so. Down payments on a home tend to be substantial, but the following are a few strategies prospective home buyers can employ to grow their savings with an eye toward making a down payment on their next home. Decide when you want […]
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3 tips to prepare to sell your home

According to Realtor.com, spring is the busiest and best season to sell a home. While a good home can find a buyer any time of year, homeowners might find the buyers’ pool is strongest in spring and into summer. The reasons for that are many, ranging from parents wanting to move when their children are not in school to buyers wanting to move when the weather is most accommodating. Because spring is such a popular time to sell a home, homeowners who want to put their homes on the market should use winter as an opportunity to prepare their homes for the prying eyes of prospective buyers. The following tips can help homeowners during the pre-selling preparation process. 1. Address the exterior of the home. Winter can be harsh on a home’s exterior, so as winter winds down, homeowners who want to sell their homes should make an effort to address anything that might negatively affect their homes’ curb appeal. A study of homes in Greenville, S.C., from researchers at Clemson University found that the value of homes with landscapes that were upgraded from “good” to “excellent” increased by 6 to 7 percent. If it’s in the budget, hire professional […]
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