Top-rated lgbtq agents in minneapolis

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Todd - Gay Realtor

As a member of the GLBT community, I understand the unique needs of our community and you will never feel pressured or uncomfortable with the process. I am active in many GLBT activities, from social to political. I was born in Minneapolis and attended more

Curt - Gay Realtor

I have lived in the Minneapolis/Metro area all of my life and I know these cities! I would love to help you sell or buy your next home. I offer outstanding customer service for both buyers and sellers and strive to make your real estate experience a more

David - Gay Realtor

Taking Care of You. Taking Care of Business. The Right Deal. The Right Time. The Right Price. Over the course of a 25+ year business career, David has advised many of the leading real estate and consumer brands in sales and marketing. Since earning more

Tom - Gay Realtor

Hello! I am a gay realtor, member of NAGLREP, from Minneapolis Minnesota. I am absolutely obsessed with doing my part as a member of the LGBTQ+ to support home ownership, have fun doing it and create lasting fulfilling relationships in the process! Buying more

Travis - Gay Realtor

Travis grew up in a small town in west central Wisconsin and attended University of Wisconsin Stout where he majored in Marketing Education with a minor in Business emphasis in Real Estate. After graduating with honors in 1999 and upon completing a two more

Shannon - Gay Friendly Realtor

As an experienced Realtor, it is my mission to help all buyers achieve their goal of home ownership. I utilize internet marketing along with business strategies that assist me in selling my clients’ properties while educating clients throughout the more

Dan - Gay Realtor

I have been selling real estate since 1990. I have earned several designations, my highest achievement is when I became a CRS (Certified Residential Specialist) and have become a expert in my field. I teach real estate classes in the community and mentor more

Minneapolis News

Minneapolis: Land of the Lakes and LGBTQ Inclusion
Nestled along the banks of the Mississippi River lies the vivacious Twin Cities, otherwise known as Minneapolis. A hub of arts and culture, it’s a city with spirit. In this town, every neighborhood is a gayborhood and every door is open. A Brief History of Minneapolis When French explorers arrived in 1680, the Dakota Sioux were the region’s sole residents. The U.S. Army built Fort Snelling in 1819, which attracted settlers, traders, and merchants. The entire town was developed around ...more
Minneapolis, MN, Top LGBT Neighborhoods and Home Prices
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 is ...more
Minneapolis’ 2014 Top LGBT Neighborhoods and Home Prices
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 an ...more
The 7 Benefits of living in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
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 along ...more
Minneapolis Builder of the Year Gonyea Homes
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 with ...more
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