The Minnesota Property Group of RE/MAX Results represents home buyers and home sellers throughout the entire Twin Cities Area of Minnesota. Joe Houghton is the team listing specialist and is an authority on home marketing, home staging, seller representation and real estate negotiations. Joe is highly respected amongst his pears and works on a referral only basis.
Derek Irving has been finding homes and negotiating for home buyers throughout the Northwest Suburbs and knows the Maple Grove Community as well as any Real Estate Agent out there. Derek is a father of two and has lived in Maple Grove most of his adult life.
William “Mike” Milne has lived in Robbinsdale most of his adult life and is an expert in buyer representation throughout Minneapolis, Columbia Heights, Fridley, Golden Valley, Spring Lake Park, Shoreview, Arden Hills, Roseville Falcon Heights and Lauderdale.
Andrew Klinkner is a resident of Chanhassen, MN and specializes in the South and Southwest Metro. Andrew is passionate about negotiating for his buyers and protecting their interest at all times.
Paul McGuire is not related to Mark McGuire but has a pretty good swing on the softball field. Paul knows New Hope, Crystal, Brooklyn Park, Brooklyn Center, Blaine and Coon Rapids like the back of his hand. Paul left a high-level corporate position to follow his passion and has been a fierce negotiator and skilled property finder for first time home buyers, investors and move up buyers.
The Minnesota Property Group represents the region's finest properties with exceptional skill using the most innovative technologies currently available. The MN Property Group offers ultimate privacy and security, speed, and efficiency. Their combined 33 years of full-time experience have given them a clear understanding of the mindset of home buyers and sellers and a thorough understanding of the regional marketplace. No one knows the Twin Cities Metro as well as the Real Estate professionals of the Minnesota Property Group.
The Fall Home Buying Puzzle With summer in the rearview mirror, the fall home buying season is in full swing. As we move into the last quarter of the year, many disappointed summer home shoppers wonder if they should suspend their search to renew ... Read More