Selling Homes in the Twin Cities Area of Minnesota
The spring and summer housing market is behind us, but as we look in the rearview mirror and wave good-bye, we should also look ahead and say hello to the second best season for home sales, fall. If you thought about putting your house on the market but somehow didn’t manage to pull it all together as yet, here is your second chance as a seller to take advantage of this market leaning so heavily in your favor here in the Twin Cities.
Generally speaking under normal conditions the seasonal adjustment of the cooler months and inventory, prices and market activity seem to follow the downward trend of the temperatures. This may not be the case this year. While inventory levels, days on market, and pending sales are declining, median sale prices are continuing to rise.
Twin Cities Metro Market Data Still Strongly Favors Sellers
The Minneapolis Association of Realtors report for the week ending September...
This Maple Grove Home Will be Sold Quickly
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This chic contemporary home is light, bright and airy and brings to mind casual elegance. Coupled with the open floor plan is an abundance of warmth and charm, which promises years of comfort and enjoyment for the family who will live here. With 2013 square feet, three bedrooms and three baths on two levels of living space, this stylish home has most of the amenities you would expect to find in this price range, plus a couple of lovely surprises!
The home is well situated on a corner lot in the desirable Shadow Creek neighborhood of Maple Grove. Close to shopping, convenient to highways, and surrounded by lakes and recreation you will love the lifestyle available in this outstanding location. Did I mention great schools and a 30-minute commute to downtown Minneapolis?
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September – the Twin Cities in Seasonal Transition
September is the month with an identity crisis. Football season has begun, but we are still watching baseball. Food bloggers are pushing soups and stews while we are still throwing brats on the grill. Some people in the Twin Cities think of it as fall and others summer. The autumnal equinox on the 22nd officially welcomes fall, but I think the weather has the last word.
Generally, the temperatures are pleasantly moderate creating perfect opportunities to enjoy your favorite outdoor sport or pastime. Yet we can’t help but notice the chill that creeps into the evening air and lingers into dawn. The clouds tend to be high and scattered and the sky a different shade of blue than it was in midsummer. Yesterday I noted little pops of gold and orange among the still lush green of the trees which serves as a reminder that the inevitability of autumn’s arrival cannot be denied.
Why not allow September to surprise us every day and enjoy these last...