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Why to Buy a House in the Quad Cities

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Did you know the Quad Cities is the largest metropolitan area along the Mississippi River between Minneapolis and St. Louis? Spanning across two states, the Quad Cites has much to be desired for singles and families. One of the biggest attractions is the Mississippi River, the 4th largest river in the world, stretching 2,320 miles. The Mississippi also makes up the largest watershed in North America, draining 40% of the 48 contiguous United States.

The Mississippi River offer Quad City Area (QCA) homeowners entertainment and employment. Thousands of residents enjoy recreational boating in calm water sloughs, or sun bathing on beaches, and the occasional sand bar. The Mississippi offers diverse fishing, from largemouth bass to spoonbill snagging, but there is no question catfish is the most sought after fish. Campgrounds also surround this beautiful river. So, when you do buy a house in the Quad Cities you might focus your search for an Iowa home in Davenport, Bettendorf, Princeton, or Buffalo. If you are looking to buy a home in Illinois you can find great views of the Mississippi in Port Byron, Moline, Rock Island, and Andalusia. There are countless bars, restaurants, distilleries, and shopping centers along the river. Le Claire, Iowa, has all of these, plus is the home of History Channel’,“American Pickers” and is great couples get away for a day.

Home ownership in the Quad Cities is also great for those looking for golf, softball, movies, museums, night life and much more.  When buying or selling a home, keep your surroundings and interests in mind. Whether you are looking for great night life or time with the family, the Quad Cities has much to be desired. Good luck finding your next home, and don’t forget how great the QC really is.

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