2021 $0 down, VA home loan limit for Plymouth County is $548,250.
Plymouth County has everything you need to improve your quality of life! If you are an artist or just an art-lover, you will appreciate the strong artistic community. If the outdoors are more your thing, then you will love the many beautiful outdoors spots. Plymouth County also hosts a multitude of fun and exciting events that anyone is sure to enjoy! Located on the western edge of Iowa, Plymouth County was named after Plymouth, Massachusetts. The total population of the county is 24,800, including a veteran population of 1,984.
If you love art in all its forms, then you will appreciate the many art galleries, theatres, music venues, and more in Plymouth County. The local Arts Center is a great place to see many beautiful works of art. The Arts Center currently cycles exhibits, so you are sure to find something new and interesting every time you go! Classes are offered for people of all ages at the Arts Center. See the latest stage production or musical act at the local Community Theatre. Be sure to check out an excellent musical performance by the Municipal Band.
Visit one of the scenic locations in Plymouth County on a beautiful day! Willow Creek is a popular spot to visit thanks to its excellent views and many hiking opportunities. The Willow Creek Campgrounds offer amenities for both RV and primitive camping. For your next day out with the family, be sure to visit Foster Park. Foster Park features a gazebo, playground equipment, several picnic shelters, and much more! Visit the Municipal Park to play a game of horseshoe or volleyball.
Plymouth County hosts a multitude of festivals throughout the year, including extravagant celebrations for Christmas, Veterans Day, and Easter. The Plymouth County Fair is held each year and brings out most of the community. The Fair hosts live music, dance performances, circus acts, a tractor pull, and much more. There is even a pro wrestling match held at the Plymouth County Fair! Check the schedule of the Olsen Cultural Events Center to see the exciting events they are hosting!
The Plymouth County Office of Veterans Affairs is an excellent resource for both veterans and active duty military. The median housing cost of the county is $133,500, and the median household income is $57,583.
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Post 3328 Joseph Dickmann Post
207 S Washington
Remsen, IA 51050
Phone: (712) 786-2336
Meeting Location & Time
207 S Washington St
Remsen, IA 510507705
7:00 PM 1st Thursday
Quartermaster: Michael Klein
Commander: Theodore Nothem
Maximum VA Appraisal Fees Allowable in Plymouth County
Single Family: $425
2-4 Units: $500
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