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Tim Conroy

Tim Conroy

Tim Conroy specializes in residential real estate in the Iowa City Area. He enjoys working with clients and helping them discover Iowa City and the surrounding communities. He prides himself on customer service, creative marketing, and helping clients navigate transactions. For Tim, the vibrancy of the Iowa City Area is its best characteristic. The area’s unique blend of arts, culture, educational institutions, local businesses, and continued growth has created an exceptional community.

Tim’s wife, Anna Conroy, is a Physician Assistant in the Gynecological Oncology Department at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics. They live in the Northside Historic District with their daughter Ruth and two lunatic cats named Elliot and Lilac.

Tim was raised in a creative household and got to know the academic and artistic scenes in Iowa City. Tim’s late father, Frank Conroy, was an author and past director of the Iowa Writers’ Workshop from 1987 – 2005. Tim’s mother, Maggie Conroy, received her MFA from the University of Iowa Playwrights Workshop. Maggie (AKA Mags) has written, directed, and acted in staged productions in Iowa City, Boston, and Nantucket Island.

During his childhood, Tim spent the summers on Nantucket Island where his parents lived prior to moving to Iowa City.

Tim returned to Iowa City after attending Wheaton College in Norton Massachusetts to pursue a career in real estate. Tim has been licensed to practice real estate in Iowa since 2010. In 2019 Tim became an owner and partner at Blank and McCune, The Real Estate Company.

Community Involvement:
Past member of the Board of Directors for Shelter House
Past member of the University of Iowa Museum of Art Members’ Council
Past member of the Iowa City Downtown District’s First Round Committee
Past Campaign Committee Member for United Way of Johnson and Washington Counties
At-large Candidate for the Iowa City Council in 2015


B.A. in Political Science from Wheaton College in Norton, Massachusetts (Class of 2009)
Scottish Parliament Internship Program, Edinburgh, Scotland (2008)

West High School (Class of 2005)

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