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March 4, 2019 | Tags: Market DataWeekly Market Activity Reports Weekly Market Activity Report: Week Ending February 23, 2019 For Week Ending February 23, 2019 Two years ago, Millennials (born between 1981 and 1996) passed older generational groups to account for the most new mortgages. Today, Millennials also account for the most total dollar amount of those mortgages. Given the state of ongoing median sales price increases in the majority of the country, this… Read More
March 1, 2019 | Tags: Announcements Announcement: Q2 MLS Fees are available for payment Q2 MLS Fees are due by March 31. Please log in to the portal to submit payment. MORE INFO Read More
March 1, 2019 | Tags: Government Affairs Energy Efficiency Will be Added to Minneapolis TISH in 2020 In February 2019, the Minneapolis City Council voted 13-0 to enact ordinance language that would amend the current Truth-In-Sale of Housing program beginning in January 2020. REALTORS® were involved in the development of this public policy from the beginning. Councilmembers Cam Gordon and Jeremey Schroeder directed proponents and staff to work directly with REALTORS® from… Read More
February 25, 2019 | Tags: Announcements On your radar: MAR inclement weather policy Occasionally, Minneapolis Area REALTORS® business hours may be altered or operations may be reduced or temporarily closed due to inclement weather or emergency conditions. If threatening weather is expected or occurs, refer to the local media or school websites. Except as noted below, the association will follow the direction of the Edina School District. If… Read More
February 19, 2019 | Tags: Market DataMarket Research A mostly strong start to the year The latest numbers show that 2019 was off to a good start for TwinCities residential real estate. Sellers produced another increase in listing activity, while buyers entered into more contracts than last January even while closed sales fell. Market times continued to shrink as the median sold home price rose compared to last year. After… Read More