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Market Conditions in Saint Paul : Real Estate Advice

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Fri Mar 14, 2014
Steve Vennemann answered:
anytime you use a internet company verses a person you will get errors. same thing with zillow.
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Thu Dec 5, 2013
Cody Anderson answered:
Since you bought in 2010 I would imagine you are doing great!! What neighborhood did you end up buying in?

Best wishes!!
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Sat Jan 5, 2013
Chris Block answered:
Yea little confused myself usually property info requests are not in Market Conditions. ANyways, this property is a short sale and already has an offer on it. I think for the money though it is at a great price. I sold a home in New Brighton last year and know the area pretty well living in Vadnais Heights.

Good Luck Jimge let me know if you have any further questions!

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Wed Sep 5, 2012
Steve Vennemann answered:
You have to be more specific on what area saint paul is a large city with alot of suburbs.
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Thu May 10, 2012
Steve Vennemann answered:
The ranges can be all over the board depending on what you are in the town home. $135,000-$400,000 an on up.
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Mon Apr 5, 2010
Patti Ann Kasper answered:
Here is a link to a great data source that is updated continually.

Just choose the Entire Twin Cities from the pulldown menu, or select a city and you'll get a nice snapshot of the area, which includes days on market and the inventory of condos and single family homes.

The days on market for condos tends to be a little longer in most communities, although this figure is not tracked on the page in the link. The higher the inventory, generally, the higher the days on market will be.
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Wed Mar 10, 2010
Richard Alan Naggar answered:
.Prices have rolled back.....way back. However, there are pockets of exceptions. Certain properties and areas of demand continue to prosper. Think property surrounding Disneyland, secluded sites, good schools and shopping or downtown city blocks hold value and demand. However, now is a good time to pick out a prospective purchase and set yourself up to make a good investment. Do it with the help of a good agent who will use speed, experience and know how to get you a great deal. The trick with any investment is to know how to get in and out of it successfully. Now is a very good time to analyze a purchase and take advantage of good interest rates. Remember, Real Estate works in cycles. We have had 17 documented previous ones to learn form. Make your self ready to leap into this one and catch the upswing ... more
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Sun Jul 26, 2009
Cameron Piper answered:

I wish you the best of luck in your business. However, you might want to check out the Community Guidelines - advertisement are generally frowned upon here.

Cameron Piper
#1 Trulia Agent in MN
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Sun Apr 20, 2008
Emily Best answered:
I recommend that you have several agents come to your home and conduct a current market analysis on your home and see what it could possibly sell for in today's market. They agent should also give you a listing presentation on what they will do to sell your home. Keep in mind that someone who comes in and says your home will sell for a higher price and will take the listing at lower percent probably isn't doing much to market your home. And when your home doesn't sell you might get even less that you could have if it was priced competitively in the first place. Also I suggest that you contact several lenders and shop your mortgage around for the best interest rates. Rates vary from lender to lender as do the products they offer. It is still a good time to sell especially since you are moving up. The reason being that even though you may being selling your home for less than you would have several years ago so are the people whose home you will be buying and you can find some good deals out there. I suggest that you get out a map and draw a radius around where you work and only go as far out as your willing to drive. These are the cities you should search in. If you would like the names of several reputable lenders or a free current market ananlysis on your home please contact me. Happy House Hunting!
Emily Best
Coldwell Banker Burnet
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