Daily Iowan – Apartments for Rent
University of Iowa newspaper classified ads list available rentals in Coralville and other locations. Find an efficiency or apartment.
Daily Iowan – Efficiency and One-Bedrooms for Rent
Browse these classified listings for rentals suited for single tenants. Also look for two-bedrooms, apartments, and rooms for rent.
Hawk Eye – Apartments for Rent
Browse this section of the classifieds for unfurnished rental apartments or look for houses, furnished dwellings, and other housing.
Mason City Globe Gazette – For Rent
Locate an apartment, house, duplex, office, or storage unit in Clear Lake, Mason City, or another Iowa town. Find individual rentals or agencies.
Waterloo-Cedar Falls – Real Estate for Rent
Classified listings advertise available rental houses, apartments, and duplexes. Also find people looking for housing.
- AbbreviationFinder: Do you know how many initials that contain the word of Iowa? Check this URL to search for a full list of organizations and names with the state of Iowa.
- Countryaah: Provides a calendar of all 2020, 2021, and 2022 public holidays for Iowa. On the site, you can see comprehensive list of national business holidays that are celebrated within Iowa.
Iowa is primarily a state characterized by agriculture and rural structures. It is known for the large-scale cultivation of maize and the extensive nature. Iowa is often referred to as the “granary of the world”. The great Missouri and Mississippi rivers border the state to the west and east and the geography is mainly characterized by gently rolling plains. The state is also called “Hawkeye State”. Anyone who travels around the state as keen as a hawk will recognize real and genuine America in Iowa.
Only the three cities Des Moines, Cedar Rapids and Sioux City represent an outbreak from the rural idyll. In Des Moines, the first thing you’ll notice is the gilded dome of the State Capitol. In addition to this visual highlight, art lovers can visit the Des Moines Art Center and history and agriculture fanatics can find out more about the history of agriculture in recent centuries in the open-air museum Living History Farms. Other interesting places to visit include Mississippi, Dubuque, which has numerous 19th-century buildings, and West Bend, where the Grotto of the Redemption, the largest grotto in the world, is located.