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The Nokomis community is known for its primarily residential nature and is home to nearly 38,000 residents. While there are several local businesses and commercial developments that can be found among the community’s 11 unique neighborhoods, the majority of land space is reserved for housing and park land. While this article does not provide a… Read more »

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“Staging” refers to all the things you can do to make your home sparkle, which we know through experience is a KEY to obtaining the highest possible sales price. Create good “curb appeal”. When the potential purchasers step from the salesperson’s car and see you home for the first time, you want that first impression… Read more »

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The Regina neighborhood, located on the south side of Minneapolis, and found within the Nokomis community. This is a residential neighborhood with mostly small single-family houses built before 1940. The neighborhood is named for the former Regina parochial school. Mainly a residential neighborhood, it features a close-knit community of just over 3,200 residents. Regina is… Read more »

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The Nokomis community is known for its primarily residential nature and is home to nearly 38,000 residents. While there are several local businesses and commercial developments that can be found among the community’s 11 unique neighborhoods, the majority of land space is reserved for housing and park land. While this article does not provide a… Read more »

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The city of Minneapolis is the largest city within the state of Minnesota. Home to over 400,000 residents, the lifestyle found within Minneapolis is largely dependent on the community in which you find yourself. With 11 distinct communities, each showcasing their own neighborhoods, lifestyle options and amenities are widely varied. The following article will outline… Read more »

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Tips On “Staging”

“Staging” refers to all the things you can do to make your home sparkle, which we know through experience is a KEY to obtaining the highest possible sales price. Create good “curb appeal”.  When the potential purchasers step from the salesperson’s car and see you home for the first time, you want that first impression… Read more »

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Their are three main reasons why a home doesn’t sell; PRICE, MARKETING and CONDITION.  When interviewing for a new agent find out what kind of marketing plan they offer and what they focus the majority of their marketing efforts on (print ads, internet, mailings, etc).  Remember the majority of buyers, over 90% according to the National… Read more »

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