Top Minnesota Real Estate Headlines for July

Top Minnesota Real Estate Headlines for July


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Here’s the latest real estate news around Minnesota of interest to property buyers, home sellers, renters, landlords, property managers and the generally home-curious.

How Low Can Foreclosure Rates Go? The ongoing downhill journey of foreclosure activity continued in May, with starts for the month hitting the second-lowest total in more than 17 years. Have you checked out our FREE report on how to find your dream home at a rock bottom price? Sign up here.

For retirees, not spending enough is emerging as big issue. Older Americans often worry about outliving their savings in retirement. Yet several studies suggest the danger is exaggerated.

When a Suburb Tries to Densify, Forget ‘Minnesota Nice’. On the outskirts of the Twin Cities, the housing crisis includes some familiar ingredients—anxieties about race and poverty, debates about density and “neighborhood character.” But here there are also deep divisions between various pro-housing advocacy organizations, as well as big differences between suburbs, depending on their relative affluence. If you’re a landlord who is sick of renters or repairs, we can get you an offer on your home quickly. Call us 612-470-3789 or click here.

Surge in cabin rentals in northern Minnesota sparks tax debate. Thanks to the internet, renting out cabins has become so popular that some officials are now wondering: At what point does the simple family cabin morph into something more? And should they be taxed more heavily?

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