“Vibrant,” “walkable,” “diverse,” “sophisticated.” These are just a few words commonly used to describe the Uptown neighborhood in Minneapolis. What started as a combination of a commercial corridor and family homes that was built due to the rapid population growth of Downtown in the 1910s and 1920s, Uptown soon flourished as a haven for artists, musicians, and entrepreneurs. While the neighborhood faced some challenges as other parts of Minneapolis began to grow in the 1960s and 1970s, by the 1980s, it ex...
If you’re moving out on your own after college or starting a new career in Minneapolis, you may be feeling the pressure to buy a home. After all, how better to establish yourself and start building wealth than with home ownership? While buying a home is lovely, it’s okay to wait a bit. To help you determine the right step, we’re sharing five benefits of renting an Uptown, MN apartment rather than buying a home.
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If you’re new to living in Minneapolis, renting ...
This article is provided by the Minneapolis City of Lakes to highlight what is happening in the Carag, East Harriet and Lynhurst neighborhoods in Minneapolis.
The US Small Business Administration has extended their deadline for businesses (of all sizes), private nonprofit organizations, homeowners and renters to apply for a physical disaster loan to November 2, 2020. This applies to those in the stated counties in Minnesota with damages incurred by the civil unrest between May 27 – June 8, 2020. Visit their website for further information at
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Loan terms, rates, and products can vary significantly from one company to the next. When shopping around, these are a few things you should ask about (National Association of Realtors, 2020).
- What are the most popular mortgages you offer? Why are they so popular?
- Are your rates, terms, fees, and closing costs negotiable?
- Do you offer discounts for inspections, home ownership cla...
Stutsman Realty, Inc is committed to protecting your safety during COVID-19 by following Minnesota Governor Walz’s issued Emergency Executive Order 20-20 directing Minnesotans to Stay at Home. The order directs all individuals in Minnesota to stay at home to help stop the spread of COVID-19. The order is in effect as of March 27 through May 4th, 2020.(more…)
Before a new property changes hands, consult this list to make sure these items are transferred with the house.
- Owner’s manuals and warranties for any appliances left in the house.
- Garage door opener(s).
- Extra set of house keys.
- Other keys. Think beyond the front doors; do you have any cabinets or lockers built into the home that require keys?
- A list of local service providers, such as the best dry cleaner, yard service, plumber, and so on....