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5. Kris Lindahl’s “Guaranteed Offer” for Would-be Home Sellers: Exactly What Part is Guaranteed?

Fine Print: You “May or May Not” Get an Offer  [Note to Readers: The views expressed here are solely those of Ross Kaplan, and do not represent Edina Realty, Berkshire Hathaway (“Berkshire”), or any other entity referenced. Edina Realty is a subsidiary of Berkshire.] It turns out there are three main catches (at least) with Twin Cities...
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Barnes & Noble’s $50 Coupon Come-On

“Coupon Caveats,” or, When the Sum of the Parts < The Whole [Editor’s Note:  The views expressed here are solely those of Ross Kaplan, and do not represent Edina Realty, Berkshire Hathaway, or any other entity referenced.] There may be valid reasons to buy an annual Barnes & Noble membership for $25. But, the promised $50...
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Average Jan. 2015 Sales Price in Fern Hill Tops $1 Million(!!)

Three Caveats — & One Big Outlier Prices in St. Louis Park’s “first alphabet” Fern Hill neighborhood have been appreciating smartly over the years. Which only makes sense:  the high-demand neighborhood is just west of Cedar Lake; close to downtown Minneapolis and Uptown (but not too close); and has been enjoying a wave of major...
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“Chutzpah,” Real Estate Edition: Hiding Behind ‘Information Deemed Reliable But Not Guaranteed’

MLS Caveats & Qualifiers “Chutz´-pah”:  killing your parents, then throwing yourself on the mercy of the court because you’re an orphan. I really wasn’t looking for more definitions of chutzpah, but I picked one up the other week nonetheless. Here it is:  ‘representing on MLS that a home is no longer subject to flood insurance,...
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