Cedar Rapids Real Estate & Homes for Sale in Linn County, Iowa


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3713 Coppermill Road NE, Cedar Rapids in Linn County, IA 52402 Home for Sale
Cedar Rapids, IA
4 Bed, 2.50 Bath
2,390 Sq.Ft
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Ranch, Single Family - Cedar Rapids, Ia
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334 Boyson Road NE, Cedar Rapids in Linn County, IA 52402 Home for Sale
Cedar Rapids, IA
4 Bed, 3 Bath
3,142 Sq.Ft
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2 Stories, Single Family - Cedar Rapids, Ia
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1679 29th Street NE, Cedar Rapids in Linn County, IA 52402 Home for Sale
Cedar Rapids, IA
2 Bed, 1 Bath
675 Sq.Ft
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2 bedrooms and 1 bathrooms

Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Average Home Sizes and Asking Prices

Updated On: September 21, 2019
Zipcode Single Family Home Townhome or Condo
4 BR 3 BR #Lst 3 BR 2 BR #Lst
52402 2,200 sf $204,000 1,600 sf $145,000 176 1,800 sf $229,000 1,300 sf $113,000 62
52403 2,900 sf $284,000 1,800 sf $165,000 180 2,600 sf $331,000 1,400 sf $137,000 28
52404 2,300 sf $224,000 1,600 sf $171,000 177 1,700 sf $204,000 1,300 sf $150,000 38
52405 2,000 sf $162,000 1,600 sf $144,000 135 1,300 sf $154,000 7
52411 3,700 sf $419,000 1,900 sf $238,000 48

Asking Price in 52402 - 3 Bedroom Single Family Homes
52402 real estate listing price trend

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Cedar Rapids Real Estate Listings

The city of Cedar Rapids was incorporated in 1856 and has since evolved into an economic, social and cultural center of eastern Iowa. Located on the Cedar River and surrounded by fertile farmland, Cedar Rapids is the second largest city in Iowa and the seat of Linn County.

Downtown Cedar Rapids is a dynamic destination with many diverse arts and entertainment venues, including Theater Cedar Rapids, the History Center and the Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. The Science Station houses the McLeod/Busse IMAX Dome Theater. The Riverside Plaza at the GreatAmerica Building and the Red Cedar Riverway are great places to view the Cedar River and the downtown skyline. Municipal Island, a long, narrow strip of land in the main channel of the Red Cedar River, is home to city's government center. The only other city in the world that has government offices on an island is Paris, France.

More than 121,000 Cedar Rapids residents enjoy an outstanding quality of life enhanced by an abundance of sports and recreation activities, affordable housing and outstanding schools. Nearly 26,000 Cedar Rapids students are served by three school districts: Cedar Rapids Community, Linn Mar and Marion Independent. Cedar Rapids Community schools have received 24 Iowa First in the Nation in Education (FINE) awards and 10 U.S. Department of Education awards. More than 75 city parks and seven nearby state parks offer facilities for every type of recreational activity imaginable, including water sports, golf, picnic facilities, nature trails, baseball diamonds and tennis courts.

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Cedar Rapids Real Estate for Sale

Cedar Rapids real estate offers prospective homebuyers a wide range of homes for sale and real estate styles to choose from, including downtown lofts and condos for sale and large, four- and five-bedroom homes in the country. If you are looking for farms for sale, Cedar Rapids is surrounded by acres of lush farmland. The land has been slowly and conscientiously developed to encompass spacious, modern executive homes lining a verdant golf course and modest residential communities with safe cul-de-sacs and neighborhood parks.

Home prices in Cedar Rapids range from under $100,000 for smaller single-family homes to more than $1 million for generously proportioned houses with three-car garages, finished basements and other modern amenities. Cedar Rapids condos and townhouses are available from just under $100,000 to the high $200,000s. Land and lots are available for custom development.

Cedar Rapids Real Estate Stats and Trends for the week of September 21st, 2019: homes priced around $144,883 compared to $144,852 the previous week, for a slight increase of less than +1%.  For Saturday, September 21st, the current national mortgage rate for a 30 year fixed mortgage is 4.51%; the 15 year fixed rate is at 3.90%. For a loan larger than conventional conforming loans, or 'jumbo' loan, the 30 year rate is 4.41%, while the 15 year jumbo rate currently is at 4.12%.