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Learn and Get Assistance

The Minnesota Attorney General’s Office has a FREE publication for first-time home buyers  and a comprehensive handbook for home sellers.  A great companion to those publications, the American Land Title Association publishes a guide to the home closing process.

Visit the Minnesota Home Ownership Center , a non-profit dedicated to helping Minnesotans begin and maintain home ownership.  They have an impressive set of fact sheets, tools and services. 

Interested in remodeling an older house?

The city of Richfield sells a Remodeling Plan Book for Cape Cods and ramblers.    For Bloomington’s version,go here and scroll down to the house remodel diagrams and cost estimates section.  And if you love bungalows, the Longfellow neighborhood in Minneapolis sells The Longfellow Planbook: Remodeling Plans for Bungalows and Other Small Urban Homes. 

Other Resources

Looking for your dream home?  Fill out this Home Wish List to identify your needs and preferences.

Stay organized and make the transition to your new home easier by using this Moving Checklist.

Sell faster by following these tips for home showings.

Want some cool real estate data about your choice of 200+ Twin Cities communities?  The info is updated monthly, includes year to date statistics and comparisons to the prior year.

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