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ChanHassen a Minneapolis suburb Voted 1# best places to live in the United States.
Minneapolis is located west of St. Paul and lies on both banks of the Mississippi River, just north of where the Mississippi and Minnesota Rivers meet. Minneapolis and St. Paul together are called the “Twin Cities,” which boasts the largest suburbs in Minnesota
Minneapolis real estate has alot of different types of properties to choose from.
Condos-town homes homes-lofts over looking the rivers and city sky lights. Single family real estate-hobby farms-MN lake shore-cabins-waterfront properties with deeded access and lake view.
Minnesota Owner financing Information
You will find different types of financing also. You will find information and listings that are offered by for sale by owners-MLS-Real Estate Agents-Brokers. If the home buyer has some credit issues or cannot get financing thru a bank they will want to look into land contracts also know as a contract for deed-owner financing. The buyer does not need to have good credit. Self employed-People who have had a foreclosure-short sale-can't get approved for a mortgage. Short term financing for 3-5 years great alternative to getting a mortgage also know as an" installment contract".
How do I qualify for a MN contract for deed home?
Very simple click on the contact button and send us a email stating where you want to live. How much money you want to put down. Sellers who offer financing typically want 10% of the sale price to carry the contract for deed buyer. Let us know the area or counties you want to be in. Also if there is a school district you want to stay in.
If you want to view homes by county we will provice you with Minnesota's best owner financing sites below. You will find everything you want to know about rent to own-owner financing-land contracts. Also view 100s of cd homes by county. http://www.mnlakeplace.com
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We work with contract for deed homes for sale daily. Why would you want to rent to buy or rent a house when you can own with 10% down of the sale price. The home owner will also bennefit from writing off the contract interest on thier income taxes. Talk to your account to see how this will help you.
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You may go to this site for free rent to own-owner financing-land contracts in all states. Anyone can post thier property for sale or for rent. We highly recommend using this site it is on 1000s of web sites-google-yahoo-bing-ask-craigslist-msn- you name it it is there. Lots of information pertaing to how to rent to buy-how long you have to wait till you can refinance your home on a cd after a BK or short sale-foreclosure.
Saint paul is located East of Minneapolis 2nd largesst city in Minnesota. Ramsey county is very large and you may find sports teams like MN wild-The saints. Some of the best schools-suburbs like woodbury with lots of shopping-New construction Minutes from Western Wisconsin. For information on relocating to the twin cities metro area email or call us anytime. We will give youa free consultation on buying or selling a property. If you are leaving Minnesota we can help you relocate any where in the usa. Also sell your property for you while you move to your state.
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You will find Minnetonka luxury Estates-lake homes-Minneapolis-Plymouth-New hope-Edina-Eden Prairie-Brooklyn Park-Brooklyn -Center-Champlain-Maple Grove- all properties in Hennepin county. There are alot more land contracts available in saint paul and Minnepolis being there are alot more homes to choose from. We update our cd listings all the site check back as much as you like or email us we can send you homes daily as they come available so you can be the first to view the listings before they sell. Owner financed properties can sell very quickly. The financing method is very popular.
Estimated median household income in 2009: $45,538 (it was $37,974 in 2000)
Estimated per capita income in 2009: $28,131
Minneapolis city income, earnings, and wages data
Estimated median house or condo value in 2009: $220,900 (it was $113,700 in 2000)
Mean prices in 2009: All housing units: $291,029; Detached houses: $288,112; Townhouses or other attached units: $318,012; In 2-unit structures: $309,265; In 3-to-4-unit structures: $360,105; In 5-or-more-unit structures: $291,476; Mobile homes: $85,481; Occupied boats, RVs, vans, etc.: $253,164
Median gross rent in 2009: $776.
For population 25 years and over in Minneapolis:
High school or higher: 85.0%
Bachelor's degree or higher: 37.4%
Graduate or professional degree: 13.1%
Mean travel time to work (commute): 21.7 minutes
For population 15 years and over in Minneapolis city:
Never married: 46.2%
Now married: 36.0%
Single-family new house construction building permits:
2010: 41 buildings, average cost: $322,100
Sightseeing in Minneapolis might begin with the Chain of Lakes—Lake of the Isles, Lake Calhoun, and Lake Harriet—just a few miles west of downtown; in all, 16 lakes are located within the city limits and more than 1,000 are in close proximity.
Minnehaha Falls, the point at which Minnehaha Creek plunges into the Mississippi River, was made famous by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow in his poem The Song of Hiawatha. A life-size statue of Hiawatha holding his wife Minnehaha is located on an island just above the falls.
For those with an interest in Minneapolis's historical roots, the American Swedish Institute maintains a turn-of-the-century 33-room mansion that displays Swedish immigrant artifacts as well as traveling exhibits.
The Ard Godrey House, built in 1849 and the oldest existing frame house in the city, features authentic period furnishings. Minneapolis's early history and development are captured at the Hennepin History Museum.
Fort Snelling, a historic landmark dating from 1820 overlooking Fort Snelling State Park, has been restored to its frontier-era appearance and is open six months a year. At the Minnesota Zoo, seven trails lead to exhibits in natural settings.
The Minneapolis Planetarium, with a 40-foot dome, projects over 2,000 stars. More than 1,000 acres cultivated with numerous varieties of trees, flowers, and shrubs make up the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum.
Arts and Culture
In both Minneapolis and Saint Paul, business and the arts go hand-in-hand.
The Five Percent Club consists of local businesses and corporations that donate five percent of their pretax earnings to the arts, education, or human services. This investment results in such high-quality institutions as the Guthrie Theater, named for Sir Tyrone Guthrie, which ranks as one of the best regional and repertory theater companies in the United States.
The Walker Art Center exhibits progressive modern art in an award-winning building designed by Edward Larrabee Barnes, which has been judged among the best art exhibition facilities in the world.
The center, housing a permanent collection that represents major twentieth-century movements, also sponsors a program of music, dance, film, theater, and educational activities.
The Minnesota Orchestra, performing at Orchestra Hall on Nicollet Mall and at Ordway Music Theater in Saint Paul, presents a season of concerts that includes a great performers series, the weekender series, a pop series, and a summer festival. Family holiday concerts are performed at Christmas time.
The Minnesota Opera performs traditional and new works at the Ordway theater in Saint Paul. Touring Broadway musicals and musical stars perform at the restored Orpheum Theater.
The Children's Theater Company offers a world-class theater education program for young people. International theater professionals work with student actors and technicians to present productions of the highest quality.
The Minneapolis Sculpture Garden, adjacent to the Walker Art Center, was designed by landscape architect Peter Rothschild; it consists of four symmetrical square plazas that display more than 55 works by Henry Moore, George Segal, and Deborah Butterfield, among others.
The Minneapolis Institute of Arts showcases world art in a collection of more than 100,000 objects from every period and culture.
Festivals and Holidays
Minneapolis celebrates March with a St. Patrick's Day Parade and a Spring Flower Show. The Minneapolis Aquatennial, established in 1940, is a 10-day extravaganza held in late July with a special theme each year; the Aquatennial Association programs over 250 free events that focus on the city's proximity to water. Many Minneapolis festivals honor the city's Scandinavian heritage. Other festivals celebrate ethnic cultures with music, dance, food, arts, and crafts. Uptown Art Fair, one of the largest such events in the country, is held on a weekend in early August.
Sports for the Spectator
The Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome is home to two of the city's major sports franchises; the Minnesota Twins of the Central Division of baseball's American League and the Minnesota Vikings of the Central Division of the National Football League play their home games in this domed stadium, conveniently located downtown. The National Basketball Association's Timberwolves play at the Target Center. Women's National Basketball Association team the Minnesota Lynx came to the Twin Cities in 2000. Sports fans can also attend major and minor sporting events at the University of Minnesota–Twin Cities, which fields Big Ten teams like the Gophers, who play to sellout crowds.
Sports for the Participant
Minneapolis is one of the country's most naturally beautiful cities, enhanced by 107 playgrounds, 8 community centers, 7 municipal golf links, and 16 lakes within the city limits. The abundance of easily accessible water makes possible a full range of water sports and activities in both summer and winter. Four thousand acres of city park land are available for swimming, canoeing, sailing, windsurfing, waterskiing, roller-skating, and biking along with softball, tennis, and golf; about 136,900 acres of land are set aside in the Twin Cities region for parks, trails, and wildlife management areas. Winter sports include skating, skiing, snowshoeing, and ice fishing.
Shopping and Dining
Minneapolis is the originator on a grand scale of the "second floor city" concept, integrating essentially two downtowns—a sidewalk-level traditional downtown and a second city joined by an elaborate skywalk system. Nicollet Mall, completed in 1967, redefined the urban downtown and eliminated the element of weather as a deterrent to the shopper. This all-weather skywalk system connects an indoor shopping center whose four major department stores and hundreds of specialty shops cover 34 city blocks. Shopping activity is also a part of the City Center mall, undergoing renovations in 2005. St. Anthony Main, along the historic Mississippi riverfront, consists of old warehouses and office buildings converted to a shopping center. Suburban Bloomington is home to the largest mall in North America, the Mall of America.
Private high schools in Minneapolis:
BRECK SCHOOL (Students: 1,208; Location: 123 OTTAWA AVE N; Grades: PK - 12)
MARANATHA CHRISTIAN ACADEMY (Students: 724; Location: 4021 THOMAS AVE N; Grades: PK - 12)
DELA SALLE HIGH SCHOOL (Students: 657; Location: 1 DE LA SALLE DR; Grades: 9 - 12)
MINNEHAHA ACADEMY-UPPER SCHOOL (Students: 559; Location: 3100 W RIVER PKWY; Grades: 9 - 12)
NAWAYEE CENTER SCHOOL (Students: 37; Location: 2421 BLOOMINGTON AVE S; Grades: 7 - 12)
BAIS YAAKOV HIGH SCHOOL (Students: 23; Location: 4221 SUNSET BLVD; Grades: 9 - 12; Girls only)
NORTH STAR ACADEMY (Students: 7; Location: 3225 E MINNEHAHAH PKWY; Grades: 9 - 12)
Biggest private elementary/middle schools in Minneapolis: