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Austin Martin

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I suppose I can be the first to post in the new Iowa Forum
 

amluscombe

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.and then there were two!

Well, there are at least two of us from Iowa!:clapping:

:new_2gunsfiring_v1:
 

Ken Youngkrantz

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Hi, I'm just cruising around to see what is going on. I'm an appraiser in Bakersfield, CA. I lived in Hedrick (SE by Ottumwa) Iowa for 27 years before moving to CA in 2000. I have a friend who is an appraiser in Fairfield. My kids still live in SE Iowa.
 

Austin Martin

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Iowa
Chances are I know your frined as Fairfield is only 9500 people or so.
 

Michigan CG

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We do some commercial work in Fairfield and Burlington. Keokuk should have a litttle housing boom with the new windmill plant being built.
 

Austin Martin

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Time will tell.
You do commercial work here in FF. I would guess that is a change from the QCA.
 

TEL2002

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Louisiana
I will be from Iowa in about a year to a year & a half.

I'm moving to Monroe county. I'll be about 8 miles west of Lovilia in Cedar Twp.

I'm still debating about what I'm going to do when I move there. I just turned 63, so I don't think I'll be joining the rodeo circuit. My thoughts/choices so far are..........

1. Keep my appraiser license active, but teach real estate agent continuing ed and appraiser classes.
2. Do just enough appraising to keep me occupied and out of trouble.
3. Go to auctioneering school and try that for awhile.
4. Become an insurance adjuster for natural disasters/catastrophies.
5. Fish and goof off.

I will not have to work. But I can't see me just sitting around on the front porch and rocking my life away.
 

huffman62

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Licensed Appraiser
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Illinois
Does anyone in Iowa use the Forum?
 

huffman62

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Illinois
Helloo out there in Iowa? Anyone there?
 
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