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.