Even though there’s still a lot of snow on the ground, it’s not too early to start thinking about the home repairs you’ll want to make this spring. Experts say there are plenty of things you can do around your house now to get a jump on spring.
There are more encouraging signs in the housing market.
Outdoor dining in St. Paul could be expanding and buying a home there may become more affordable, if Mayor Chris Coleman’s proposals get the green light.
Carpenter ants are creating problems for homeowners. The insects can chew away portions of the wood in your home, just like termites.
Voters in North Dakota get a chance Tuesday to do something no state has ever done before: Not just lower property taxes, but abolish them. It’s a bold move, but critics say it will throw the state into chaos.
The housing market in the Twin Cities continues to get stronger, based on two reports out Tuesday.
In Minnesota, emerald ash borers usually strike the first of May, but not this year. They’re actually striking now. Our warm spring has brought the tree killing beetle earlier than usual.
Conventional wisdom has always told us it’s cheaper to rent than to buy. But the market just may turn that thought upside down. The real estate website Trulia tracks rent across the country, and today revealed that in many U.S. cities, renting is no longer the cheaper option.
The Twin Cities set a record high temperature on Wednesday when we hit 73 degrees, and many residents were ready to jump in the yard and get to work. However, lawn care experts say not so fast.
Whether homeowners have ants, earwigs, bees or mice in invading their house, they just want the little invaders gone.
If a deal is not reached over raising the federal debt ceiling, the real estate market would be put in an especially tough position.
There is new hope for homeowners who are facing foreclosure, but they have to act fast.
The federal government has denied Minnesota’s request for disaster assistance for homeowners, renters and businesses hit by last month’s deadly tornado in Minneapolis.
After a rough winter, Minnesotans do not have to look very far to see potholes. Now, some homeowners and businesses are finding out that they need to chip in for the pothole repairs.
Fireworks Monday night at a Chanhassen city council meeting.