Buying & Selling Homes in the Twin Cities

As first time home buyers we received all the assistance we needed from Matt. He remained patient and helped us get answers to all of our questions. This made the process move much smoother without having to worry about missing an important detail. Thanks!

Brian & Kirstin Czarnota
Cottage Grove



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Minneapolis Star Tribune

Twin Cities industrial real estate sector is on the rise

Minneapolis Star Tribune
Tankenoff's leap shows just how far the strong economy has taken the Twin Cities industrial real estate scene. It's attracting not just developers, but end customers and investors from far away. And across the country, the business long thought of as ...

Real Estate Agent Melissa Jacobsen Unveils Her Brand Name MJ Homes MN

Markets Insider
Licensed Minnesota Realtor Melissa Jacobsen has launched her own brand of real estate services through Keller Williams Preferred Realty in Burnsville, MN. Melissa works with both buyers and sellers and is pleased to introduce her new website. It ...

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Minneapolis Star Tribune

Twin Cities housing market gets tighter, with fewer than 10000 homes on sale

Minneapolis Star Tribune
At the end of April, there were only about 9,200 houses for sale in the 13-county metro market — the first April in decades when house listings dipped below 10,000, the Minneapolis Area Association of Realtors (MAAR) said Tuesday. “It's out of control ...

Twin Cities man admits stealing nearly $900K from investors to 'flip' homes

Minneapolis Star Tribune
The onetime owner of a Twin Cities-based construction company has pleaded guilty to stealing nearly $900,000 from investors who were promised that he would use the money to buy and renovate residential real estate across the Twin Cities and then share ...

Minnesota Public Radio News

Buying? Selling? Flipping? Twin Cities houses selling at breakneck pace

Minnesota Public Radio News
The Twin Cities housing market is booming this year. Real estate experts say they haven't seen properties sell this fast in the 16-county metro area since the 1990s. It's a great time to be a seller — median sale prices have never been higher. But for ...
Twin Cities median home sale price up $82300 since 2012KMSP-TV

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Minneapolis Star Tribune

For younger Twin Cities collectors, art is a matter of love over money

Minneapolis Star Tribune
“Most people collect for two reasons: for the aesthetics and the beauty they can add to their home/dining room, and the second is for an investment,” said Twin Cities real estate mogul Ralph Burnet. A noted collector himself, he owns Burnet Fine Art ...

Minneapolis / St. Paul Business Journal

Twin Cities sees sharp increase in homes for sale

Minneapolis / St. Paul Business Journal
The association said sellers listed 9,164 properties, a number not seen since 2010, according to the real estate group. “We're encouraged to see early signs of seller enthusiasm,” Kath Hammerseng, president of the Minneapolis Area Association of ...
Twin Cities home listings rose in May, but sales fell for sixth straight monthMinneapolis Star Tribune

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Minneapolis / St. Paul Business Journal

2018's most expensive Twin Cities home sales, so far (slideshows)

Minneapolis / St. Paul Business Journal
In the first quarter of 2018, Twin Cities real estate agents sold more than $108 million worth of homes. That's an increase over the first quarter of 2017, when the Twin Cities saw more than $93.3 million in home sales. So what are the biggest home ... Press

New restaurant in Afton? Marina access under dispute Press
Afton Marina's by-laws prohibit its real estate from being used for purposes such as public access to a restaurant from 31st Street, according to Moorse. For that reason, the lease between the marina and the restaurant also states that vehicle access ... Press

These amenities in your house will fetch you a higher sales price Press
While Bernadette in the novel “Where'd You Go, Bernadette” bemoaned the excessive number of Craftsman-style houses in Seattle, a recent report from, a new real estate site from the Zillow Group geared to first-time buyers, presents a ...