Minneapolis real estate

Investors’ Pain = Borrowers’ (and Housing Market’s?) Gain

Flight to Safety Keeps a Lid on Interest Rates The flip side of a (very) rocky stock market so far this year is cheaper mortgages for home buyers. That’s because investors seeking safety pile into bonds. That drives bond prices up . . . and interest rates down (bond prices and interest rates move inversely...
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Great Location + Great Marketing + Great Price = Sold! (in < 3 Days)

3103 E. Franklin Ave. in Minneapolis Attracts Multiple Offers I’d be hard-pressed to recall another home that looked as appealing online as 3103 East Franklin Avenue, just a block from the Mississippi River in Minneapolis’ Seward neighborhood. Buyers agreed:  the home — listed for $289,900 — attracted multiple offers, and sold this past weekend after less than...
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