Plymouth is a super hot market now for buyers and sellers, but is it worth it? My clients in Plymouth and Maple Grove are dealing with all the options for new construction and asking themselves, “Do I really want to be in a construction zone for years to come as the development builds out?” Maple Grove has become a hot bed for buyers because of location, schools and the close proximity to getting out of town to the cabin. Also, they just acquired one of my favorite city managers in the Twin Cities, Heidi Nelson- she’s amazing. See this article on how the two cities compare for price per foot. In general, buyers can expect to pay about an extra $10 per foot to live in Plymouth, or they can save $10 per foot to live in beautiful Maple Grove.
So you’ve been to Baker Park to go golfing, camping and boating. Why not live next door?
What’s happening in this market for homes? What’s moving? What’s not? This article has a great overview, and I’ve got a home on the market right now within walking distance to Baker National Golf Course. It’s on its own private lake – which makes you feel like you truly up north.
You are twice as likely to sell your million dollar home in Wayzata now than in 2009. With all the buzz around Wayzata recently in the new Regatta development, and new hotels and condos on the horizon, what’s happening with home sales?
A recent report shows how sellers in the $1M+ market are twice as likely to sell now than they were in 2009. Living, working, and playing in this area all of my life, I know why people love it so much.
It’s not just the beer that’s hot right now!
Long Lake has for years been a favorite of the rich and famous. Its picturesque lakeshore is quiet and private and it has easy, quick access to Minneapolis with just one stoplight between the two. And now Long Lake has the best in local craft beer at Birches on the Lake! Try the rye or chocolate coffee flavors. It’s truly the best around!
But when it comes to housing stats, it brings some of the highest returns on original list prices.