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With home building down and interest rates up, the company will focus on service and installations.
In a reversal, some Twin Cities homebuilders have inventories of houses that are ready for occupancy.
A post-pandemic surge of in-person shopping is boosting the market for brick-and-mortar stores and restaurants.
Even in the face of declining office use, a local developer spots a chance to capitalize on a recent success.
Sellers outnumbered buyers around the metro area, but the median price is still rising.
Vacancy rates are generally lower in the suburbs than in Minneapolis and St. Paul. Both downtowns have tipped toward renters.
The seven-acre property includes a 12,000-square-foot house built in 1999.
The first half of the year was super busy for builders. But this month was the slowest October in a decade for them.
The pace of price increases has been slower here, suggesting that a shakeout would be less volatile.
Here's what matters the most — and the least — when pricing your home to sell quickly right now.