Apartment Complexes
Housing Loan Program
Jewell Housing, Inc. was built with the intention that elderly, disabled, and families living in rural Iowa have safe and affordable housing. This has continued to be the main priority of Jewell Housing, Inc. for many years.

Construction on the buildings was completed in June 1978. There are a total of 16 apartment units consisting of three, two-bedroom units and eleven, one-bedroom units. There are laundry facilities and mail delivery located in the common areas of the apartments. Rent is based on the individual's income and allowable expenses.

Apartment management services are provided by Bill Murphy of Murphy Management Services of Algona. For more information about the apartments, please call Lester Johnson at (515) 827-5548 or Bill Murphy at (515) 295-2927.


Mark Greenfield (515) 827-5471 

Century 21 Real Estate:

Brandi Nelson (515) 291-0914 
Megan Hill (515) 290-8269 
Vicki Hill (515) 290-5657 

Farmer's National Company:

Gary Anderson, Office/Fax: (515) 827-6092, Cell: (515) 689-7524 

Listing of some of the homes for sale in Jewell, IA: 
Jewell Houses for Sale
Hamilton County Down Payment Assistance Program

The Program: (introduction)
Hamilton County Upper Story Renovation Program

The Program: (introduction)
Hamilton County Revolving Loan Fun Program

The Program: (introduction) 

The purpose of the Hamilton County Revolving Loan Fund Program is to increase employment opportunities in Hamilton County by increasing the level of economic activity within the county. 

The program provides financial assistance to businesses and industries requiring assistance in order to create new job opportunities or retain existing jobs. Assistance is provided to encourage new business start-ups, expansion of existing businesses and/or the relocation of businesses into Hamilton County, or the retention of existing Hamilton County businesses with ownership change. Assistance will be provided in the form of direct loans. 

Awards shall be used for legitimate business expenses including, but not limited to:
Priority is given to projects that will create or retain jobs, add to the local tax base, add value to Hamilton County resources and/or increase exports out of state. Preference will be given to those businesses that will create/retain the greatest number of jobs with the least amount of program dollars.