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Good Trends, Bad Trends - a Look at Where We're at This Year in R.E.

Hard to believe, but 2014 is more than half over – which means it’s a good time to reflect on how our industry is doing at this point in the year. 182 more words

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$8M view: State's largest, swankiest condo for sale

It’s hard to put a price on a beautiful view, but Coldwell Banker Burnet says this one is worth $8 million.

The state’s largest – and perhaps its toniest – condo has hit the market, a 12,000-square-foot, two-story pad with seven of its own open-air terraces and balconies. 175 more words


Prices, listings up, sales down in monthly housing report

The Twin Cities metro housing market saw another monthly increase in price and the number of listings last month, but the number of closed sales were down. 297 more words


Moorhead-area church free to whoever hauls it away

One old church, free to a good home.

But there’s a catch: The church, which was built in 1896 for $2,000, is free to anyone willing to come and haul it away. 357 more words


Twin Cities housing report: Prices rising, foreclosures falling

Reports that track residential real estate were released on Tuesday, and the monthly snapshots show that housing prices this spring continued to increase in the Twin Cities metro area, with median home price rising as well. 282 more words


Brainerd gives final OK to 'tiny houses'

The city of Brainerd has approved a plan to allow tiny houses, as small as 500 square feet, to be built in certain areas of the city.   321 more words


Minneapolis considers allowing ‘granny flats’

The city of Minneapolis is weighing a proposal that would allow single-family homeowners to build a so-called “granny flat” on their property.

Granny or in-law  flats… 251 more words