If you are looking to buy or sell a home in the Twin Cities, this may be your best opportunity in nearly a decade.
Experts say Twin Cities home buyers signed more than 6,300 purchase agreements in April. That’s the most since the summer of 2005.
There was a time when their two-story, Inver Grove Heights home was a perfect fit for Mike and Linda Demars. “We had a lot of gatherings, we had family,” Linda Demars said.
A report released Tuesday is giving us some new insight on home sales in the Twin Cities. It takes a look at how neighborhoods in Minneapolis and St. Paul seem to be recovering from the foreclosure crisis.
Home sales remain on the rise even though home prices are going up along with interest rates from mortgages, according to a report released Thursday by the Minneapolis Area Association of Realtors.
Maybe you’ve heard this story on your block. Your neighbor puts their home up for sale and it’s sold — in two hours. According to a Twin Cities real estate research firm, this is happening all along the metro.
While the job market may seem unsteady, it appears home prices are growing at their fastest pace since the bubble burst.
There are more signs of recovery in the Twin Cities housing market.
CBS Business reporter Rebecca Jarvis called in on the WCCO Morning News with Dave Lee Thursday
Home prices rose in August in half of major cities measured by a private survey, a sign that prices are stabilizing in some hard-hit portions of the country.
There usually isn’t much of an upside when it comes to foreclosure.
Chad welcomed Dr. Tom Muscle – Real Estate Programs Professor at the Business School at St. Thomas – to talk about the latest round of dropping home sale numbers, and what they mean for the […]
More than 40% of homes for sale in Minneapolis area have had price reduction