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Congratulations to our July Pacesetters!

Meet our top producing agents for the last month. Their dedication, professionalism, and integrity are true assets to our brand. Congratulations to all who made the list!


Jessie Arp
Lana Baldus
Kristine Baldwin
Cory Barnard
The Barnes Real Estate Group
John Beardsworth
Kelly Bemus
Alexandra Braaksma
Diona Carpenter
Mary Chmelicek
Kristy Conrad
Maggie Druger
Susan Eaton
Liz Efting
Steve Emig
Marian Flink
Travis Gaule
Lena Gilbert
Jane Glantz
Jesse Grade
Votroubek Group
Monnahan/Slaton Group
Jill Gustin
Holly Hackett
Bob Hackney
Marie Hancock
Monica Hayes Team
Cathy Hill
Brian Hoel
PSN Homes
Jerry Howe
Margie Jenkins
The Jill Armstrong Team
The Johnson Team
Annie & Daric Kaestner
Danielle Kern
Sheila King

Kyle Kloft
Doug Laird
Summer Leffler
Michelle Lochner
Jeanne Matthews
Robyn Meister
Wendell Miller
Heather Morris
Troy Munger
Scott Olson
Jean Perkins
Kathy Platten
The Prahm Group
Rachael Ray
Brian Rosteck
Jerad Ruth
Diana Salazar
Jeff Salsbery
Gunther Sandersfeld
Derick Schroeder
Steve Seltrecht
Joy Seyfer
Mike Shaffer
Bond Shymansky
Jenny Skogman
Justin Sloan
Victoria Torres
Lesley Vancura
Jeff Wenthe
Mindi White
Steve White
Bob Wilkes
Savanah Willard
Bill Williamson
Autumn Wood
Mary Zalesky


Iowa BeesAugust 21st marks National Honey Bee Day. Honey bees assist with the creation of approximately 33 percent of the world's food supply, transporting pollen from one flower to another, enabling the plant to survive. We then use these plants for food, in the creation of medicine, and to produce oils and other raw materials.

Our real estate agents know that one way to help these crucial pollinators thrive in the local area is by adding native flowering plants and trees to your landscaping. These plants serve as a natural source of pollen and nectar for bees, ensuring they have the nutrients they need to continue pollinating crops. Here are some Iowa-friendly plants that help pollinators do their jobs. 

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Amana Colonies

There's no other place in America quite like Amana, Iowa. Originally founded by German Immigrants in 1855, the seven villages collectively known as the Amana Colonies were virtually cut off from the rest of the United States until the 1930s. Today, they represent a tangible link to the past. 

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