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About Steve Peterson & Judy Avenson


Steve Peterson

Steve has lived in Cedar Rapids since 1974. He and his wife Joanne raised their two children here and they can't imagine a better place to call home. There are few real estate related experiences that Steve hasn't encounterd in his more than thirty years as a REALTOR, sixteen years as a builder. Steve knows the best way to guide clients through the buying and selling process.

Judy Avenson

Judy is from a farm in northeast Iowa and has been a Realtor in Cedar Rapids since 2000. She graduated from UNI, intending to teach History, but plans have a way of changing. Helping you find the right home is what she finds most rewarding, and she has special affinity for character homes with history. Outside of Real Estate, Judy's loves focus on her family including 2 daughters, Chloe and Ellie. Other favorites include decorating, bargain hunting, reading, and spending time with her Mom and girls at her childhood farm.
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Dollars And Sense: Invest In Your 401k Or Pay Off Your Home

Dollars And Sense: Invest In Your 401k Or Pay Off Your Home

Job security for many people is an important aspect, but it might be overlooked if you don’t consider the unexpected, which often leads to unemployment. Take, for example, the pandemic that hit us in 2020, that left many people without jobs, especially in the leisure and hospitality industries. Not only that but as many were concerned about keeping Covid-19 out ...

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Between Family And Real Estate: Finding Balance As An Agent

Between Family And Real Estate: Finding Balance As An Agent

It’s hard to understand the struggles and the demands of the real estate industry when you are outside of it. When was the last time you’ve been told that you are so lucky to have such a flexible schedule as a real estate agent? We both know that is an understatement because, in reality, finding balance in life while working as a real estate agent is more ...

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Best Small Towns To Live In, North Carolina Edition

Best Small Towns To Live In, North Carolina Edition

There’s a lot to be said for living in a small town. While they may not have the glitz and glamour of metropolitan megacities, small towns have a lot of perks that may not be immediately apparent but are very attractive none theless. While there’s plenty to be said for living in a big city, (some prefer it) it isn’t for everyone.  If you’re ...

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The Closing Day

The Closing Day

This is it. For the past weeks or months, every day has been at least partially spent thinking of, preparing for or planning this fateful day. You’ve laboured long and hard to make sure it comes without incident, and now all your hard work is finally going to pay off. What is this day, you ask? It’s closing day, baby. Now, there’s still a lot ...

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Buying A Home In Clermont FL

Buying A Home In Clermont FL

So, you’re thinking of making the city of Clermont your new home. We get it; there are a lot of reasons why you might want to live here! With its beautiful weather, long list of attractions, gorgeous surroundings and exceptionally healthy job market, you’d be forgiven for thinking it’s about as close to being heaven on earth as we can get! But this ...

 

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    Window having both screens and storm windows that can be easily interchanged according to seasonal needs. ...

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    A 12-month period used by a real estate company or partnership to account for and report business operations. Typically, the fiscal year ends December 31. ...

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    Pipe or conduit for electrical wiring. Enclosed conduit made of metal or other appropriate materials for transferring low pressure hot or cold air throughout a structure. ...

  • Mortgage

    A written document evidencing the lien on a property taken by a lender as security for the repayment of a loan. The term 'mortgage' or 'mortgage loan' is used loosely to refer both to the lien and to the loan. In most cases, they are defined in two separate documents: a mortgage and a note. ...

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