Brooklyn Park Real Estate News
Real Estate news for Brooklyn Park, MN continually updated from thousands of sources.
Tuesday Mar 21 | via Star Tribune
Foreclosures in Minnesota last year were about 26 percent lower than the year before, dropping to the lowest level in more than a decade, according to newly released data compiled by the Minnesota Homeownership Center. There were about 5,300 properties statewide that went to a sheriff's sale in 2016, with just over half in the Twin Cities. Comment?
Friday Mar 17 | via Star Tribune
Steve Frenz is President of The Apartment Shop, and took over about 38 buildings from slumlord Spiros Zorbalas six months ago. Behind him is a large apartment building they own on Franklin Ave. in S Minneapolis. Comment?
Wednesday Mar 15 | via City Pages
It was early morning on August 9. Fifty residents gathered for a protest march outside their homes in Lowry Grove Mobile Home and RV Park in St. Anthony. Organizer Antonia Alvarez was making her way to the front of the line, stopping to hug neighbors and answer questions in Spanish and English. Comment?
Feb 20, 2017 | via Star Tribune
Mark Stipakov, second from right, second row, a real estate agent in Plymouth, went to grade school with Russian President Vladimir Putin, third from right, front row. Mark Stipakov went to grade school with Russian President Vladimir Putin and consulted with him in the 1990s when Putin worked in the St. Petersburg's mayor's office. Comment?
Jan 21, 2017 | via Star Tribune
Traffic moves fast down Lowry Avenue in northeast Minneapolis, a corridor marked by abandoned buildings, unassuming single-family homes and the occasional dive bar. All of that may soon change. Comment?
Feb 22, 2017 | via Aitkin Independent Age
LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY: Lot Three , and the East Half of Lot Four , Block One , Roger's First Addition to the Village of Aitkin, according to the recorded plat thereof. Comment?
Tuesday Mar 14 | via UnionLeader.com
A couple of years ago, Leegard started researching how to launch a company that would enable homebuyers to submit their earnest money electronically, closing the last gap in what is otherwise a completely electronic process. Comment?
Monday Mar 13 | via Pequot Lakes Echo
Central Minnesota Housing Partnership invites those looking to buy a house to attend Home Stretch, a day-long educational workshop that summarizes the entire home buying process. Comment?
Wednesday Mar 1 | via Bank Rate
Homes can seem pretty cheap in the Cornhusker State - it's fifth-lowest for the share of a typical person's income that goes toward house payments . Nebraska also has one of the smallest percentages of home loan rejections. Comment?
Tuesday Feb 28 | via CBS News
The run-up in housing prices means first-time buyers are increasingly hitting a wall when they search for affordable properties. Since the recession ended, builders have focused on the higher end of the market, pegging their products to the rising fortunes of America's upper middle class. Comment?
30 min ago | via Star-Telegram.com
After crunching the numbers, searching your favorite neighborhoods, and weighing the pros and cons of each property you've seen, you've chosen a house that seems like the perfect fit for you. While it may be "perfect" when it comes to location, price, or features, it's now time for you to find out about the home's imperfections before you hand over your hard-earned cash. Comment?
34 min ago | via Art Daily
On the 26 March 2017 the Musee Camille Claudel will open to the public. This is an important and unique cultural event. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Small dead animals
A B.C. Supreme Court ruling will send shock waves through the arm of the Canadian real-estate market that is powered by foreign capital, say immigration lawyers. [...] The B.C. decision is a stark warning to real estate agents, notaries and lawyers who fail to ensure that sellers of properties are truly tax residents of Canada, said David Lesperance, a tax and immigration lawyer based in Toronto. Comment?
2 hrs ago | via Northwest Herald
HEBRON – Growth and building up a reputable village image are top priorities for Hebron village president candidates Kimberly Martinez and Frank Beatty. Beatty , a former village president and local business owner, and Martinez , a real estate agent, are joined by village Trustee Mark Mogan in challenging incumbent Village President John Jacobson. Comment?
2 hrs ago | via Sydney Morning Herald
A gifted public speaker, Mr Deal was a highly sought after media commentator who regularly spruiked Melbourne's property market over a 20-year career as an agent and buyers advocate. But Mr Deal's silver-tongue has recently landed him in serious trouble with Victoria Police as he continues to dodge a string of angry creditors and debt collectors. Comment?
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