About Livingston County
Livingston County was created in 1837 and was originally inhabited by about 450 farmers and small merchants. It is located in central Illinois northeast of Bloomington
A lush agricultural area, nearly 85% of the county is devoted to cropland. Irrigation is provided, in part, by the Vermilion River which flows through the county on its way to the Illinois River
For outdoor lovers, Humiston Woods Nature Preserve on Route 23 provides six trails that meander through prairies and woods and along the side of rivers, creeks and ponds. A dazzling in-season wildflower show awaits the hiker.
The county seat is Pontiac and the county population on July 1, 1999, was 39,639, an increase of 338 over the 1990 census.
Livingston County as of census year 2000
Housing Units: 15,297.
Area: 1045 square miles.
First Time Buyers
Even if you are a first time buyer and have doubts about your ability to afford that big purchase, you shouldn’t be intimidated. Come talk to us and we’ll show you how you can afford the home you’ve always dreamed about.
Where We are Located
We live and work locally…Just like you do. Many of you are
our neighbors that’s why we feel “Trust is Everything”.