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Buyer and Seller Activity Increase as Spring Market and Warm Weather Arrive February Pending sales rose 6.7 percent while new listings increased 3.0 percent. The all-too-familiar supply crunch continued as inventory levels fell 19.4 percent to 10,953 active properties. Prices continued their steady climb back towards 2006 levels. The median sales price gained a sustainable
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            Inver Grove Heights is a southeast metro city in Dakota County with a population of approximately 35,000. The city occupies a large swath of land between Eagan and the Mississippi. The above chart shows how single-family prices in Inver Grove tend to exceed single-family prices in the metro area
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              Wenonah is a unique neighborhood in the south-central Nokomis Community. It butts right up against the northwestern tip of MSP Airport. It also includes the southern third of Lake Nokomis and all of Mother Lake. The first thing to note is that Wenonah is quite affordable in the
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            Keep heading south on the upgraded State Highway 13 past Savage and you’ll soon find yourself in lovely Prior Lake. Home to about 25,000 people, Prior Lake is situated in rapidly-growing Scott County in an area some call “South of the River.” This community is just a 25 mile (30 min) drive to downtown Minneapolis. Based
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If you’ve been following the national election news, you’ve likely heard “Super Tuesday” mentioned. And maybe you’ve been wondering what makes that day so super? Super Tuesday is the day in a presidential election year when the most states hold their primary elections or party caucuses – the elections that help determine which candidate will get
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          Quietly tucked away in the northwest corner of Minneapolis lies the Victory Neighborhood. The neighborhood was once home to many factory and mill workers in the early 1900s. After WWI, the city built Victory Memorial Parkway—a beautiful living memorial to the soldiers who gave the ultimate sacrifice. Today, that parkway
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