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Top Minnesota Real Estate Headlines For Week 21

Posted by Matthew Haskins // May 23, 2017

Here’s the latest real estate news around Minnesota of interest to homebuyers, home sellers, and the home-curious. Top 10 Things You Need to Know About Foreclosure. What exactly is foreclosure and how does it affect you? This article breaks down what you need to know about the process. 6 Tips For Fixing Your Credit After […]


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Top Minnesota Real Estate Headlines For Week 20

Posted by Matthew Haskins // May 16, 2017

Here’s the latest real estate news around Minnesota of interest to homebuyers, home sellers, and the home-curious. Think Home Prices Are High Now? Why They’re Likely to Keep Going Up. “Homes flew off the market like the hottest of hotcakes in the first quarter of the year—causing prices to rise even higher than predicted in […]


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Top Minnesota Real Estate Headlines For Week 19

Posted by Matthew Haskins // May 9, 2017

Here’s the latest real estate news around Minnesota of interest to homebuyers, home sellers, and the home-curious. For Twin Cities Home Buyers, Low Inventory Means Quick Turnaround. “Inventory for existing homes across the Twin Cities is very low right now, and not likely to get better any time soon. Renter risks eviction with long-term guests. […]


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Top Minnesota Real Estate Headlines For Week 18

Posted by Matthew Haskins // May 3, 2017

Here’s the latest news around Minnesota of interest to homebuyers, home sellers, and the home-curious. Forget millennials: Seniors are poised to reshape the housing market. FYI – Minnesota is in the list of 10 best states for retirees. Renting and the Law: Tenant on the hook for full rent after roommate pays to break lease. […]


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Top Minnesota Real Estate Headlines For Week 16

Posted by Matthew Haskins // April 24, 2017

Hey guys, hope you had an awesome week! Today brings the start of a new blog format – we wanted to spice things up and bring you the most interesting, current goings-on in real estate and property news for the Minnesota area this week. Here’s a look at recent news of interest to homebuyers, home […]


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How to Choose the Top RE Offers On Your Home?

Posted by Matthew Haskins // September 7, 2016

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Picking a wrong customer is going to be the most expensive mistake of your career. You must choose the right buyer with best terms and the best financing strategy. Have you noticed this title? It doesn’t say anything about choosing the best offer for your home. It is about making a selection criterion that helps you […]


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Top Tricks to Increase Living Space In Small Homes

Posted by Matthew Haskins // August 31, 2016

Most families find it hard to live in a small place. It is increasingly difficult in places like Minnesota, where the prices are increasing, and you can’t afford a big home. Wives often complain about the mess their homes have become. Once the construction phase is over, you can’t increase the physical area, but you […]


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The RE Investor Plan to Start Your Rehabbing Journey

Posted by Matthew Haskins // August 24, 2016

Rehabbing is a difficult task, needless to say, it is an unending one. The size of a rehabbing project describes the underlying complexity, but almost every project I came across can be expanded to take years. It can take out every dollar from your pocket. If you are not careful, rehabbing can become a daunting […]


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Who Will Buy My House?

Posted by Matthew Haskins // August 17, 2016

When selling your property, it is a good thing to consider buyers. “Who will buy my house?”. Only asking this question puts you in the right selling mindset. The customer database can be divided into four different profiles. Each profile section has different demands and price settings. What one will offer, the other will reject. […]


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Most Influential Business Books In the History

Posted by Matthew Haskins // August 10, 2016

The history of business goes back to the days of human evolvement. Earlier we used the barter system, later we started using currency and number systems. Each system evolved into a better transactional system. People were getting good at bargaining. They realized their needs for food, shelter, security and attention. That was the birth of […]


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