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Recent Sales In This County
  • 12/13/16; 225 Acres; $2,328,750; $10,350.00/Acre; Cropland; 84.3 CSR 2; $122.78/CSR 2 Point
  • 12/15/16; 80 Acres; $896,000; 11,200.00/Acres; Cropland; 96% Tillable; 79.3 CSR 2; $141.24/CSR 2 Point
  • 12/15/16; 72 Acre; $806,400; $11,200.00/Acre; Cropland; 98% Tillable; 84.5 CSR 2; $132.54/CSR 2 Point
  • 12/15/16; 89 Acre; $979,000; $11,000.00/Acre; Cropland; 99% Tillable; 83.7 CSR 2; $131.42/CSR 2 Point
  • 12/15/16; 65 Acre; $377,000; $5,800.00/Acre; Pasture/Cropland; 0% Tillable; 47.5 CSR 2; $122.11/CSR 2 Point
  • 4/1/17 155 acres $6800 CSR2 61 152 Tillable
       

Linn County

Location: East Central Iowa
County Average CSR: 65.8 weighted average, 82 Cropland Average, 86 CSR2 Cropland Average
State Average CSR:
Average Price per CSR2 Point: $105.73
County Size: 718 sq miles
Farmland Acres: 339,227 total acres, 291,876 Cropland acres, 18,287 Woodland acres, 29,064 Other acres

Average Farmland Value (Price Per Acre): $8,578
Average Farmland Value for East Central Iowa: $7,917
Highest Known Farmland Sale in County:

Average County Rent: $261.00
Rent Range: $190/a to $350/a
Average rent for East Central Iowa: $242.00
Rent per CSR Point: $3.03 per CSR2
Improved Permanent Pasture: $88.00/a Region 6 Average
Unimproved Permanent Pasture: $55.00/a Region 6 Average
Stalk Grazing per Acre: $11/a Region 6 Average
Hunting Rights per Acre: $16/a Region 6 Average

Towns: Albuett, Ely, Palo, Robins, Hiawatha, Cedar Rapids. Fairfax, Prairieburg, Bertram, Lisbon, Marion, Mount Veon, Walford, Springville, Center Point, Coggon, Central City, Walker

Unincorporated Areas: Midway, Paris, Viola, Troy Mills, Toddville, Waubeek, Whittier

Townships: Grant, Spring Grove, Jackson, Boulder, Washington, Otter Creek, Maine, Buffalo, Fayette, Monroe, Marion, Brown, Clinton, Cedar Rapids, Bertram, Linn, Franklin, Putnam, College, Fairfax

History: Linn County was organized by the first legislative assembly of the Iowa Territory on January 15, 1839. A site was selected for its first county seat along Indian Creek, and was named Marion, after the Revolutionary War general Francis Marion. As early as 1855, there were debates over moving the county seat to the fast-growing Cedar Rapids, southwest of Marion, but it was not until November 6, 1919, that there were enough votes in favor of the move (9,960 to 4,823). The first rail line was built through Cedar Rapids in 1859, and made the town (and the county) a major commercial hub in easte Iowa.Lea more on the Linn County Iowa website.

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Information updated as of 12/20/2016. Compiled from sources including Iowa State University, Linn County Extension Office, Linn County courthouse records, Surety Maps, Wikipedia, Iowa Department of Transportation and USDA. An attempt has been made to verify information but it is not guaranteed to be accurate. Confirm all information that you must rely for decision making purposes.