OPEN HOUSE SCHEDULE
Feb 8 & 9, 2014
Saturday 12:00-2:00 pm
Welcome Home in Croixwood!
Super fresh & well updated home. Warm, natural wood lower level family room. Great new flooring,
new appliances, windows replaced.
Host Mike Rundquist 651-231-2478
Saturday 1:00-3:00 pm
13260 51st St N, Baytown
Great rambler! Two bedrooms on the main level, 2 garages. Stunning owner's suite and bath with fireplace. Four-season porch off the kitchen.
Host Suzanne Magee 651-756-0279
Sunday 2:00-4:00 pm
7765 Jasmine Ave S, Cottage Grove
Open design for main living spaces. Workshop area in heated garage.
New appliances, freshly painted.
Great fenced yard with raspberries!
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TIPS & NEWS & MARKET UPDATES!
One in three young adults - or more than 24 million - lived in homes of their parents or their parents-in-law in 2012. In 1990 and 2000, only one in four young adults lived with parents.
Bitterly Cold Winter for MN,
But the Coldest?
ST. PAUL (WCCO) - As cold as it might be, we're still a long way from joining the ranks of the coldest Minnesota winters.
Pete Boulay, an assistant state climatologist, says this one feels so cold and unrelenting because it's more normal than more recent winters.
"We just haven't had that many extreme winters in recent years," Boulay said. "We haven't had this kind of cold this persistent at least in the last 10 to 15 years. If you go back to the mid-90s and the 1980s and 70s, this kind of cold was very common." -- http://minnesota.cbslocal.com/2014/01/23
A Father's Guide to
Kids Sharing a Room
Pros: More Space, Buddy System, More Exercise for You
Cons: Injuries Abound, Never a Quiet Wake Up!
In the Twin Cities region
for the week ending January 25:
* New Listings decreased 11.9% to 914
* Pending Sales decreased 13.0% to 663
* Inventory decreased 8.6% to 12,050
For the month of December:
* Median Sales Price increased 13.1% to $190,000
* Days on Market decreased 20.4% to 86
* Percent of Original List Price Received increased 1.0% to 94.7%
* Months Supply of Inventory decreased 15.6% to 2.7