Wednesday, January 30, 2013
Take a virtual tour of these gorgeous creations.
In terms of real estste, Southwest Minneapolis is no Beverly Hills. Many of its homes are lately selling in the six figures, and certain historic pockets aside, you'd be hard-pressed to find palazzi like those in Edina's Indian Heights neighborhood or bordering Lake Minnetonka. Still, there are six beautiful $1 million-plus homes for sale right now in our quadrant of Minneapolis. While none are currently holding open houses, AOL Real Estate's photos give a sense of what it might be like to live there.
Saturday, December 15, 2012
Big drop in distressed home sales, big increase in closed sales are positive signs.
Across Southwest Minneapolis, the housing market continues to strengthen, buoyed up by a rising regional housing market, low interest rates, and a strong demand for city living. According to information released on Wednesday by the Minneapolis Area Association of Realtors (MAAR) , new listings were relatively static compared to Nov. 2011 at 62, but closed listings were up over 80 percent, to 73 in November 2012. Inventory of homes for sale also dropped from 293 in Nov. 2011 to 169 in Nov. 2012. Last month's median sale price sat at $273,500, while the average price came in at $325,347. All those numbers were good signs to local Realtor Bill Minge. Minge specializes in Southwest Minneapolis for Edina Realty. "It seems like the market has …
Friday, December 7, 2012
Several new houses have come on the market.
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Friday, November 2, 2012
In the market? Over a dozen houses are open for touring, including many new to the market.
Wednesday, October 31, 2012
October was a busy month in Southwest Minneapolis.
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Wednesday, October 31, 2012
A lot happened in Southwest Minneapolis in October—new restaurants opened, old restaurants closed, and a 10-year old stopped a burglary. Here are the 10 top stories of October.
Sunday, October 14, 2012
Have we missed one? Add a picture of it to the gallery!
Southwest Minneapolis is full of some great houses, and we've pulled together our favorites from the current batch of homes for sale in the area. Of course, this is an entirely subjective judgement on Patch's part—so tell us what you think of our picks! And if you've got a shot of a house that you think is cuter, add it to the gallery! To see more shots of these houses, follow the link:
Saturday, October 6, 2012
Enjoy the crisp fall colors while you hunt.
Friday, October 5, 2012
Taken together, the owners are asking for over $16 million.
Southwest Minneapolis has its fair share of pricey homes, some of which reach into the multiple millions of dollars. Here are the top 10 most expensive ones for sale right now:
Monday, August 13, 2012
Project planned for former Linden Corner site.
Just in time for his presentation before the Linden Hills Neighborhood Council, developer Mark Dwyer released the above image of his 4250 Upton project Monday afternoon. The condo building is planned for the site of the former Linden Corner project, at 43rd and Upton in the heart of the Linden Hills village. It is only about half the size of the Linden Corner project, though, and fits within the site's current zoning. Dwyer will present the details of his proposal to the neighborhood on Thursday, Aug. 16, at 7 p.m. at the Linden Hills Park rec center.
Tuesday, August 7, 2012
High demand, low supply drive prices, according to new report.
As buyers continue to snap up houses faster and faster than new ones come on the market, the situation for Southwest Minneapolis homeowners looking to sell is looking pretty rosy. That's according to a new report in this week's edition of the Southwest Journal. Fran Davis, sales manager and distinctive homes coordinator at Coldwell Banker Burnet Minneapolis Lakes Office, said low inventory means buyers now have to compete with one another for houses. “Properties that are in good condition, well located and priced well are selling quite quickly, sometimes in multiple offers,” Davis said. *** *** “(Baby Boomers) moved out in the ’70s, ’80s and ’90s to get more bang for their buck, and they did,” (Edina Realty's Zeb) Haney said. With their …