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Agents In Minneapolis
Coldwell Banker Burnet Realty Agent Peter EvansCounselor Realty - Carol Pech
Charles Dick- GriSwift Constuction- Inc. / Swift Realty- Inc.

Minneapolis is the largest city in Minnesota. Minneapolis is the seat of Hennepin County and known as the sister city of the Saint Paul, with that it forms the 15-county Minneapolis-Saint Paul Metropolitan as per statistics. Minneapolis traces its history to the early exploration of the Northwest Territory as it is the navigable head of the Mississippi River. Minneapolis has 16 lakes which are noted for its natural beauty and parklands. It is the first milling and lumbering center. It posses the largest concentrations of high-technology firms in the nation. The united cities of Minneapolis and Saint Paul are ranked among the country's best places for growing business and for their livability. The population recorded in 2003 was estimated as 373,188.

Climate: Minneapolis has four distinct seasons with significant large changes in temperature over a short period of time. Annual mean temperature of Minneapolis-St. Paul metropolitan area is 45.46 degree F. winters are bitterly cold and dry and summers are warm sometimes hot and humid.

ECONOMY: Minneapolis's economy has been based on agriculture. But now it has added 1000 companies to its economy.

- Target Corp.
- Ameriprise Financial
- Xcel Energy
- Thrivent Financial for Lutherans
- PepsiAmericas Inc.
- Bemis Co. Inc.
- The Valspar Corp.

Many other large corporations which are historic and encompassed by Suburbs - General Mills founded in Historic Mill District.

COMMON SPORTS: Football, Baseball, Hockey, American Football and Basketball.

Real Estate: The average homes runs for $500,000 and others where you can buy a small and older home on a quiet street for $150,000. Homes are still selling and the average sales price has increased from $280,300 (Q2 of 2004) to $308,600 (Q2 of 2006).

SINGLE FAMILY HOMES:
249 houses for sale
price range $98,500-$769,000 - average $249,282
average 71 days on the market

TOWNHOMES/TWINHOMES
3 homes for sale
price range $149,900-$299,900 - average $248,233
average 112 days on the market

CONDOS
40 homes for sale
price range $87,000-$349,900 - average $183,641
average 78 days on the market

AVAILABLE ZIP Codes: 55411, 55405, 55416, 55408, 55407, 55404, 55403, 55402, 55415, 55405, 55401, 55413, 55418, 55414, 55454, 55455, 55406, 55412, 55418, 55430, 55417, 55410, 55402, 55403, 55414
If people think of Minneapolis, they think of lakes. There are 22 lakes with in the city. Minneapolis also has over 100 parks, miles of bike trails, beautiful public gardens. Runner's World Magazine has ranked Minneapolis the second-best Urban Area in the country for having open-air sports, nature preserves, citing beautiful trails and clean air.

 

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