Tour Dubuque

If you're thinking of relocating to Dubuque, you couldn't have made a better decision, particularly if you have a family. It was cited by the National League of Cities as an All-America City, and this describes Dubuque perfectly. It's a mixture of historic sites, tourist attractions, and modern healthcare and educational institutions. Whether you want an older home with character, a modern home, or just land on which to build your own house, Dubuque has it all.

With a population of nearly 60,000 Dubuque has shopping malls, gift shops, popular restaurant chains, and ethnic restaurants. With hardly any traffic or crime to worry about it’s a mixture of small town charm with big city amenities.

Dubuque is nestled along the Mississippi River and is where the states of Iowa, Illinois and Wisconsin all converge. It’s just a short trip to such cities as Madison, Chicago, Des Moines, and the Quad Cities.

Dubuque was the first town established in Iowa and it's the eighth largest city in the state. It’s named after a French Canadian fur trader who received permission from area Indians to mine lead. Julien Dubuque moved to the area in 1788 and would spend the rest of his life here. The Julien Dubuque monument, where he is buried, is among the city’s most popular attractions.

In addition to being named an All-America City, Dubuque has also been named one of the 100 Best Communities for Young People, an Iowa Great Place, and one of the smartest Cities on the Planet.

If you're thinking of moving to Dubuque, allow me to take you on a tour of this
beautiful community and help you find the best place for which you to live and offer suggestions as to what homes might be just the right on for you & your family!





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