Apartments for Rent in Iowa
Iowa is a midwestern state bordered by the Mississippi River on the east and the Missouri River on the west. The population is 3.156 million people and the capital and largest city is Des Moines. The next largest cities are Cedar Rapids and Davenport.
Average Monthly Rent Statewide in Iowa
Average Monthly Rent in Des Moines
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Average Monthly Rent in Davenport
Living in Iowa
Whether you're looking to live in the state capitol or in the more quiet, rural areas of the state, Iowa has something for everyone.
Des Moines, Iowa's capital city offers a plethora of attractions. It's home to the Iowa State Fair and the Des Moines Botanical Gardens. The state's largest city, it is an important center for the insurance industry. A number of other well-known corporations such as Monsanto and DuPont have major operations centers in the city. The city holds a special place in national politics and is the host of the first caucuses of the presidential primaries.
Iowa City: Educating the Next Generation of Iowans (and Writers)
Iowa City is home to the University of Iowa and the site of the famous Iowa Writers Workshop. It is the first American city to be named a "City of Literature" by UNESCO. The city is also home to the Herbert Hoover Presidential Library and hosts the annual Iowa Biennial Festival. The University of Iowa is at the heart of this college town. The school, and its affiliated hospitals and medical centers, are the largest employers in the area.