Minnesota Real Estate News
As a part of the Twin Cities, it’s somewhat hard to tell where Saint Paul ends and Minneapolis begins. The two have merged into the Minneapolis-Saint Paul metro area, and while there are certainly still boundaries for each city, they’re no longer really that important. Saint Paul is the state’s official capital, though, which does give it some distinction. The 300,000-plus people living there do tend to believe this makes Saint Paul the more important two twins! In addition toread more..
Minneapolis, Minnesota, a part of the Twin Cities area, is home to over 410,000 people. There are even more that live in the metro area—3.5 million, to be exact. Together with Saint Paul, the Twin Cities make up the Midwest’s second-largest economic area. The city plays a major part in the global economy, connecting the U.S. to Canada and to other cities around the world. Minneapolis has two neighborhoods where LGBT residents tend to live or work. The first is Lyn-Lake. This area isread more..
Fergus Falls, Minnesota, is a small town on the Western side of the state. It’s home to many parks and sits on the Otter Tail River. Many people in the town enjoy boating, fishing, and walking along the River Walk Park even during the coldest months of the year. The city is also home to a number of different arts and cultural groups, and it’s considered a cultural hub for the area. When it comes to gay districts, many LGBT people in Fergus Falls look to Lyn Lake.&nread more..
Duluth, Minnesota, is a charming city that sits on the shores of Lake Superior. It’s one of the larger cities in the state, coming in fifth with a population of more than 85,000 people. The city is also one of the state’s seaports, offering access to the Atlantic Ocean via the Great Lakes Waterway. Duluth is surrounded by some of the most beautiful sites in the state, including the Leif Erikson Park and Garden and the Jay Cooke State Park. Many hiking and biking trails arread more..
Minneapolis, Minnesota, is the largest of the two Twin Cities, the name given to Minneapolis and Saint Paul. Minneapolis is the largest city in Minnesota and features a large number of lakes, rivers, and other waterways, including the Mississippi River. In 2006, a study showed that Minneapolis was home to the fourth-largest LGBT population in the U.S., and in 2012, The Advocate named it the seventh gayest city in America. Naturally, this means the city itself is something of anread more..
Minneapolis is small enough to be livable, and large enough to fully support recreation, a downtown riverfront, cultural institutions, historic districts, a major university and medical center, and professional sports. These are 7 Benefits of living in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Minneapolis is two cities in one. This is because it has a Twin City, St Paul. Minneapolis-St Paul ranks as the 16th largest US urban area. St Paul is Minnesota’s capital. Minneapolis is a city of parks and lakes alread more..
Duluth Minnesota home to the University of Minnesota, Duluth is one of the more gay friendly cities in the northern Midwest states with a very large gay community that holds a massive gay parade called the Duluth Superior Gay Pride every year during Labor Day Weekend. The city is smaller, with a population of about 90,000 and often partners with the nearby Superior, WI to throw larger events. It is conveniently located a few hours north of the Twin Cities (Minneapolis/St. Paul), which also haveread more..
When you are signing a contract to own a home gay realtor Saint Paul wants you to be aware of the “contingent offer.” This contingency of sale if not met, can actually sabotage the sealing of the deal. An agreement that has a contingency clause is also known as a contingent contract. If the condition or contingency in the contract is not fulfilled then a contract to buy the house is void. The buyers are then entitled to get a full refund of any deposit they put downread more..
Gonya Homes & Remodeling is the Twin Cities' Builder of the Year. The Golden Valley builder won the honor from the Builders Association of the Twin Ciites for its "outstanding business practices and high levels of integrity," according to a news release. The award is selected through a blind survey of BATC members that evaluate builders on a variety of criteria, including trust, communication loyalty and ethics. The company with the highest score wins. Gonya's sales have rebounded along wiread more..
If you are looking for a great neighborhood then gay realtor Minneapolis has some suggestions. This is a very progressive and busy city with many up and coming neighborhoods that are great to live in. If you want to live in the center of it all then gay realtor Minneapolis recommends living in the area known as Downtown West. This is a place with an exciting mix of architecture and also shopping. Sex parlors stand alongside high end designer clothing stores. Food trucks on the street compete wiread more..
The Minnesota housing market continues to move away from the bottom, as July home sales climbed 4.6 percent, the Minnesota Association of Realtors reported Tuesday. Other positive signs emerged during the month: the median home price was up 11.1 percent, sellers received a higher percentage of their asking price, and homes were selling faster, on average. Still, the housing recovery has been uneven across the state, as seven of the 13 regions tracked by the Realtors association showed a notablread more..