Should I Sell my House to Get Out of Debt?

Posted on August 30, 2017

Twin Cities Real Estate

Should I Sell My Twin Cities Home to Get Out of Debt? Feeling crushed by debt payments? You’re not alone. Today, Americans are dangerously close to having more debt than ever before. Total household debt rose to $12.6 trillion this year, according to a new report from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. Most […]

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When Insurance Doesn’t Cover Roof Leaks

Posted on August 19, 2017

Twin Cities Real Estate

Will Insurance Cover Roof Leaks in Your Twin Cities Home? Your roof is your home’s first line of defense against the elements. But no roof lasts forever, and over the years it will start to fail. In time, even the tiniest leak can let in enough water to cause thousands of dollars in damage to […]

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Mortgage Default Rate in Minnesota

Posted on August 9, 2017

Twin Cities Real Estate

Mortgage Default Rates in Minnesota Every day, thousands of Twin Cities homeowners face foreclosure. While average mortgage default rates are dropping nationwide, some cities are seeing a worrisome increase. If you’ve missed a mortgage payment, you need to act now, before your mortgage goes into default. Is It Mortgage Delinquency, Mortgage Default, or Foreclosure? Missing […]

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Can an Executor Sell a House without Beneficiaries Approving it in Minnesota?

Posted on July 27, 2017

AdviceReal Estate advice

Can an Executor Sell a House Without Beneficiaries Approving it in the Twin Cities? Executors serve many roles in the estate planning and probate process. They ensure that all estate assets are managed and protected while overseeing their distribution to beneficiaries. Selling a house within an estate without the approval of beneficiaries is an issue […]

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What to Consider When Moving Your Aging Parents Out of Their House

Posted on July 22, 2017

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What to Consider When Moving Your Aging Parents Out of Their House in the Twin Cities Caring for aging parents may require adult children to move them out of their home. Although this can be a step in providing them with greater security and comfort, it can also be a source of worry and stress. […]

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When Insurance Doesn’t Cover Flood Damage to Your Home

Posted on July 14, 2017

Real Estate adviceTwin Cities Real Estate

When Insurance Doesn’t Cover Flood Damage to Your Home in The Twin Cities In the Twin Cities, the two leading causes of flood disasters are usually rainfall and snow melt. As a result, The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has notified many homeowners that they are required to buy flood coverage. The urgency is so […]

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Is A Construction Boom Hitting Minneapolis – St. Paul?

Posted on June 30, 2017

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We’re in the midst of a construction boom here in the Twin Cities, but it’s not in the single-family housing market, where we need it the most. It’s apartment developers that are spearheading this building boom. This year, apartment buildings are forecasted to increase by over 30%, up to 5,600 units, the highest number of […]

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Summer Maintenance Tips to Get Top Dollar for Your Home in Minneapolis–Saint Paul

Posted on June 22, 2017

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If you’re trying to sell your home in Minneapolis-St Paul this summer, it’s not enough that your home looks it’s best. It has to look spectacular. With a summer open house, everything on your property is on full display, so it has to be in the best possible shape. Your goal is to have an […]

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Housing Inventory in Minneapolis–Saint Paul

Posted on June 14, 2017

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It’s June in the Twin Cities, and even though that means plenty of time out at the Lake house, it’s also the when the region’s real estate market goes into high gear. Like most of the country, the Twin Cities has seen a significant surge in the housing data charts when it comes to sales. […]

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How Gentrification is Affecting Housing Prices in Minneapolis-St. Paul

Posted on May 31, 2017

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The effects of gentrification have been on the rise in Minneapolis-St. Paul in recent years. If you’ve been reading the paper, then you know Twin Cities’ rents are rising despite developers adding to inventories. As of April 2017, the average rent in the Twin Cities was $1604. It could have something to do with the […]

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