Market Update

Here it is! Your opportunity to enhance and restore a classic two story home. Keep as a duplex or convert this home to single family. Improve the property and take advantage of prime location for investment. Comes with a valid Rental License. Consider this your "as is" investment.

Excellent value with like-new home! Notice the details in the meticulously maintained lawn and well-maintained driveway. Come inside off the front porch and experience the spacious main level with 1500+ finished square feet.

New on the market! Discover the benefits of Brockman Pointe Condominiums in Northfield where the association fee includes lawn care, snow removal, exterior maintenance and the water and sewer bill. 

New on the market is a triplex at 306 Saint Olaf Avenue. Neighboring St Dominic School, this location is walking distance to Brick Oven Bakery and downtown Northfield.

Built in 1895 this building retains a lot of the original character and workmanship typical of turn of the century homes. From woodwork to staircase railings to claw foot bathtubs, you'll find many charming features throughout the property. 

I’m really excited this week about my new listing in Lonsdale, and I want to tell you more about both the house and the community. 

See all the listing details and photos here.

It's September 2018 and there are currently 35 Vacant Land listings in Northfield, Dundas and Nerstrand, ranging in price from $22,500 for platted lots to $2.68M for 277 acres of organic farm land. 

The For Sale sign goes up. The house looks promising so you immediately schedule an appointment but before you can park your car in the driveway, the seller accepts a cash offer with no inspections. About a month later, another sign then appears on the same property: For Rent. For the first-time home owner, this is not a good sign.

The Northfield real estate market remains very competitive with low inventory (75 Active Listings at the end of July 2016), a high number of pending sales (64), price points on the rise (9 listings under $200,000) and low interest rates still available from many lenders. 

For more data and reports about Northfield and other markets, check out the Minneapolis Association of Realtors website.

It's shaping up to be a strong year for the real estate market in the south Metro area. Here are four reasons why Northfield buyers and sellers should be optimistic for 2015, and one reason to worry.

The national trend is a shortage of listings and competition among buyers due to pent up demand from the financial challenges of the last few years.