Iowa Property and Real Estate Laws
Created by FindLaw's team of legal writers and editors | Last reviewed June 20, 2016
Welcome to FindLaw's property and real estate law section for Iowans, which covers legal issues pertaining to landlords, tenants, and property owners in the state. Iowa statutes limit the amount a landlord may require for a security deposit, prohibit discrimination against current and prospective renters and homeowners, and regulate other aspects of these contractual relationships and processes. In addition, the state has adverse possession laws that allow individuals who inhabit and improve an otherwise neglected piece of property to gain legal title. Click on a link below to learn more about Iowa's property and real estate laws, and contact an attorney if you have additional questions.
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