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There is just much too much. Too much bad information. Too many choices to weed through. We find ourselves in the information age where you are just a keyboard away from getting any information you want, about anything. As usual, our powerful technology that changes our lives creates unintended consequences we haven’t planned for. In
This update for the Twin Cities real estate market is from the Minneapolis Association of Realtors. The data is for the 16 county metro area, and for all price ranges and all property types (single family, condominiums, town homes, new construction and existing homes). Monthly Indicators As expected, the Federal Reserve did not change their
I love watching the statistics of the real estate market. What’s happening in Minneapolis may be very different than what’s happening in Plymouth or in Woodbury. It’s also fascinating to watch what’s happening at different price points. What one buyer experiences in the market with houses priced $200,000-$250,000 may be very different than a buyer
Where do you see yourself in 5 years? A cute apartment in a senior housing community with a pool? A fancy newly built one level townhome? A trendy hip condominium downtown? Once you know the kind of lifestyle you want, you’ll be able to determine if it makes sense to own or rent. If you
When you’re thinking about moving out of a home you’ve lived in for 40 or 50 years it can sure be overwhelming! In particular when you look around at the 40 or 50 years of stuff that would need to be dealt with. As a real estate agent who specializes in working with seniors, one
I’ve started a project to declutter and downsize. My basement is filled with rows and rows of bankers boxes of business records me and my handyman husband are required to keep for business. Each of us has 7 years worth of boxes. Our collection of documents has grown to quite a collection of bankers boxes
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Lisa Dunn is a REALTOR® with RE/MAX Results specializing in, and focusing on, working with seniors and their families. Prior to becoming a real estate agent Lisa worked as a licensed graduate social worker (LGSW) and health care consultant. Her past work experiences give her unique insight into the maze of senior services.
All the best advice about making your move as stress free as possible. This book helps you define the process for preparing the house, hiring a real estate agent and how to manage the adventure of moving. It is about empowering you to plan ahead and to define how and where you want to live.