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.
Minnesota’s economy is headed in the right direction but many people may not be feeling it in their paychecks yet. That’s one takeaway from a report released Thursday. The budget forecast shows state government on pace for a $1 billion surplus.
If you want to know what the national housing market looks like, just see how the Twin Cities is doing. The Twin Cities landed at the top of Time’s Crystal Ball Awards, which looked at which markets closely match the ups and downs of national home prices.
Why are November sales down???
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.
There are new signs that the housing market is gaining momentum. Sales of previously-owned homes jumped nearly 8 percent last month, and that’s the biggest gain in more than two years.
There are more encouraging signs in the housing market.
James and Wendy Ober were sentenced on Thursday to serve 120 months in prison for their role in a “sophisticated mortgage fraud scheme” involving fake documents – including phony divorce decrees and the forged signature of a Minnesota judge.
Experts say the housing market in Minnesota is continuing its recovery as new listings are down and sales are up, according to a report released Thursday by the Minnesota Association of Realtors.
It may be the most promising sign yet that the metro area is moving past the housing crisis. The latest report from the Minneapolis Area Association of Realtors shows that pending home sales jumped 16 percent compared to last June.
The housing market in the Twin Cities continues to get stronger, based on two reports out Tuesday.
There are signs the housing market may be taking a turn for the better. Especially when it comes to a certain “type” of house.
One Minnesota city is trying something different to get people to invest in their town. The small town of Henderson, located just southwest of the Twin Cities, took a big hit from the falling housing market.
There are more signs of recovery in the Twin Cities housing market.
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.
Big news from the mortgage and foreclosure crisis: government officials tell CBS News a historic settlement will be announced Thursday that could affect nearly two million homeowners.
Just-issued figures for 2011 are showing signs of recovery in Minnesota’s housing industry, with good news for buyers and sellers.
A new report paints a bleak picture of the Twin Cities’ housing market.
Just a week ago the experts said if the US Congress failed to raise the debt ceiling the stock market would certainly crash and the rating on the US debt would almost certainly be downgraded.
The housing market in Minnesota continues to be challenged by the economy and artificially high sales numbers in April 2010. One positive sign is that fewer listings were recorded in April.