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Located in the south-central part of Iowa, along the Des Moines River and is adjacent to Raccoon River and is situated in the heart of the Corn Belt. The city’s economy lies and is the United States’ major hub for the insurance industry wherein a sizable financial services and publishing business. Des Moines has always been credited as the number one spot for the United States insurance companies. The city will never run out of things to do and explore. Des Moines’ cultural events and festivals that are being celebrated draw crowds of all ages to the downtown area. Here you will find locally-owned restaurants, unique shops, and hip bars that lighten up the entertainment side of the district. Many of the home buyers in the city are aged between 24-34 years old, who are mostly young professionals and young families because of the city’s low cost of living, stable and robust job market, and its entertainment options.

Home Prices

217,535 +9%
187,000 +11%

Relative Price (per sqft.)

135 +5%


153 -11%
96 -11%

Market Duration

56 +22%
Population 207,510 (3.90%)
House Size (sqft.) 1,386 (0.73%)