Owning A Home Is The American Dream For Fewer AmericansA survey shows 45 percent of millennials say the cost of living is keeping them from buying a home.
Zillow Offers Sells 786 Homes In 2Q, Including Homes In MinnesotaHomeowners who have time and are looking to maximize their profit are likely better off going with a traditional sale.
Good Question: How Can The Real Estate Market Shift To Help Twin Cities Homebuyers?Of all the things for sale in the Twin Cities, nothing might be more in demand than a home. And that's made for a stressful market for buyers.
‘Zillow Offers’ Launches In The Twin CitiesInterested sellers enter information about their home and get a basic estimate of what it’s worth. That part is free.
Tips For Staging Your Home To Sell For MoreHome staging picked up in popularity around 2015, according to Edina-based realtor Emily Von Vett. The timeline’s overlap with the growth in social media isn’t a coincidence.
A Peek At The Most Expensive Rentals In MinneapolisThis just in: the priciest listing in today's Minneapolis rental market is going for $9,683/month — a whopping 235 percent above the median average for 3-bedroom rentals in Minnesota.
Twin Cities Realtors Say Housing Market May Be CoolingTwin Cities realtors say the latest monthly indicators point to a market cool down.
How $300K Homes Differ Based On Where You BuyLast month, the median home price hit $270,000 in the Twin Cities. The average price buyers paid topped $300,000. What would that get you?
$15 Million Lake Minnetonka Home Up For SaleMany are looking to buy a new home this time of year, but this likely won't be in a lot of people's price range.
Millennials Help Sustain Twin Cities Housing Market BoomTwin Cities home prices have climbed to a record high -- and people are still willing to pay.
New Numbers Show Housing Market Favoring BuyersNew numbers show the Twin Cities real estate market is slowly transition to favor buyers.
Is It Worth It To Buy A 'Fixer-Upper' Home?
Home Inspectors Busy During Hot Housing MarketA hot housing market is making finding a home inspector another hurdle in the home-buying process.
For Twin Cities Home Buyers, Low Inventory Means Quick TurnaroundIf you are looking to sell your home right now, you likely won't have a problem -- but if you're looking to buy a house, good luck.
Home-Buying Process Goes From Dream To Nightmare For Twin Cities CoupleJohn Kozlik and his partner bought a newly-renovated house from a flipper in south Minneapolis last year. They had no idea about the seller's history of fraud.