Hennepin County Open House Showings

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Hennepin County Open House Agents

Looking for the latest open houses in Hennepin County? Allow our local real estate professionals to help you search for the perfect open house or aid you in navigating your own open house showing. As Minnesota real estate agents, we’re well-versed in the unique market dynamics of Hennepin County open houses.

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Hennepin County Rental Properties

View today’s hottest Hennepin County homes for rent & Hennepin County real estate below! To request up-to-date information about properties for rent in Hennepin County or to arrange a private showing, contact our real estate experts today.

Hennepin County Rental Property Agents

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Hennepin County Homes & Real Estate

Browse today’s Hennepin County homes for sale below! If you’re looking for a home that’s close to all that a big city has to offer, consider looking at the homes for sale in Hennepin County, Minnesota. The most populous county in the state, Hennepin is home to more than one million residents. To learn more about properties available in Hennepin County, Minnesota properties for sale or to set up a private home tour, contact your Minnesota real estate experts today. Read more about Hennepin County real estate.

Hennepin County Housing Market

Hennepin County is located in eastern Minnesota, bordered on the northeast by Anoka County, with Scott County to the south. Ramsey County provides the eastern border while Wright and Carver counties are to the west. Hennepin County comprises more than 600 square miles, divided into 45 cities, the largest of which is Minneapolis. CBS Business Network named Minneapolis among their list of “boom towns” for job growth.

House hunters in Hennepin County can count on finding a diverse array of home styles, from lakefront estates to cabins in the woods and luxury downtown lofts.

Hennepin County Community Amenities

Residents of Hennepin County are never at a loss for things to do in their spare time. Whether watching a Twins or Vikings game or taking advantage of some of the area’s amazing outdoor recreational opportunities, living in a Hennepin County home can be active. Thoughts of shopping and dining, however, present a dilemma: how to choose? Minneapolis alone is home to thousands of restaurants and shops and the county boasts about a dozen shopping centers and malls.

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Hennepin County Area Schools

There are 22 public school districts in the county and 14 university and college campuses, including Minnesota State University and the University of Minnesota.

Hennepin County Real Estate Agents

If you’re buying or selling a home in Hennepin County, let our team of Minnesota real estate professionals guide you through the process for your Hennepin County house today. As local Hennepin County real estate agents, we have exclusive insider knowledge of Minnesota market dynamics.

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Saint Croix County Homes & Real Estate

Search all Saint Croix County homes for sale below. Saint Croix County is located in western Wisconsin, and was the fastest-growing county in the state until 2010. The county seat is the city of Hudson, WI. Wisconsin counties like St. Croix effortlessly combine urban amenities with scenic views and expansive parks ideal for outdoor recreation. St. Croix County sits on the Wisconsin-Minnesota border about 50 miles from downtown Minneapolis. The county is home to almost 90,000 residents plus lakes, trails, and real estate options convenient to it all. To learn more about properties available in Saint Croix County, Wisconsin or to schedule a private home tour, contact your local real estate experts today! Read more about Saint Croix County real estate.

Saint Croix County Housing Market

Home prices in St. Croix County average in the mid $200’s but vary greatly depending on the property’s location, size, and other factors. When looking to buy a home here, expect many choices and price points. A single-story in Baldwin may list in the upper $100’s, while a sprawling, secluded estate in the community of Warren lists in the upper $900’s. Consider a multi-level home with modern-traditional design in Somerset in the low $300’s or a townhome in River Falls listed in the upper $100’s. In the county seat of Hudson there are classic ranch styles, one- and two-story constructions, cottage-styles, and more.

Saint Croix County Community Amenities

Residents enjoy easy access to Interstate 94, U.S. Highways 63 and 12, and County Highways 65 and 46. It’s only 55 miles to the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP). The county boasts miles of trails for bikes, pedestrians, and snowmobiles and is home to several parks. The Apple River Park in New Richmond has a canoe launch and the Homestead Parklands in the county’s northwest quadrant features a swimming beach, fishing, and other facilities.

Discover St. Croix County, Wisconsin today for diverse real estate located near highways, parks, and amenities.

Saint Croix County Real Estate Agents

Thinking about the purchase of a home in Saint Croix County? Let our local Wisconsin real estate professionals guide you through the purchase of your next Saint Croix house or expertly negotiate the sale of your current residence. As Saint Croix County real estate agents, we’re experts on the market dynamics unique to Wisconsin real estate.

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Pepin County Homes & Real Estate

Find the newest Pepin County homes for sale below! The county seat of Pepin County is the city of Durand, and its population was 7,469 as of 2010. Pepin County, located in Wisconsin between Eau Claire and the Mississippi River, has 7,000 residents and acres of natural amenities. The real estate market in Pepin County varies but includes homes for sale in residential communities close to parks, schools, shopping, and attractions. To request up-to-date information about Pepin County, Wisconsin properties for sale or to schedule a private home showing, contact your Wisconsin real estate experts today. Read more about Pepin County real estate.

Pepin County Housing Market

When looking to buy a home in a Pepin County community there are many choices. On average, home prices range from the mid $100’s to the low $800’s. Styles are diverse and include classic ranch homes, single- and two-story constructions, split-levels, and cabins. There are unique properties like the Stockholm Schoolhouse that has been converted into a 5 bedroom, 2 bathroom residence and listed in the low $300’s.

Pepin County Community Amenities

Nearby highways for Pepin County residents offer easy connections to Eau Claire, county parks, and the many lakes of the region. From Interstate 94 to U.S. Highway 10 and County Highway 25, there are convenient routes to points of interest like the Five-Mile Bluff Prairie State Natural Area and the Little House Wayside. The Abode Gallery in Stockholm along the shores of Lake Pepin is another attraction and Lake Pepin is a popular destination for water activities. The birthplace of Laura Ingalls Wilder, Pepin County is just 41 miles to the Chippewa Valley Regional Airport (EAU) in Eau Claire.

Pepin County offers a selection of real estate opportunities near both natural and urban amenities, including museums, galleries, and places to shop and dine.

Pepin County Real Estate Agents

Thinking about the purchase of a home in Pepin County? Let our local Wisconsin real estate professionals guide you through the purchase of your next Pepin house or expertly negotiate the sale of your current residence. As Pepin County real estate agents, we’re experts on the market dynamics unique to Wisconsin real estate.

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Pierce County Homes & Real Estate

Search all Pierce County homes for sale below. Pierce County is part of the Minneapolis–St. Paul–Bloomington, MN-WI Metropolitan Statistical Area, and its county seat is the city of Ellsworth. Pierce County, Wisconsin resides along the Mississippi River and the Minnesota-Wisconsin state line. The county has 41,000 residents, lush parks, fish-filled lakes, and communities located close to highways, schools, and amenities. Real estate options are numerous and include homes in both rural and urban areas. For further information regarding Pierce County, Wisconsin properties for sale or to schedule a private tour, contact your Wisconsin real estate experts today! Read more about Pierce County real estate.

Pierce County Housing Market

When ready to buy a home in a Pierce County community, consider properties located in the county seat of Ellsworth as well as Prescott, Maiden Rock, Baldwin, Spring Valley, and other cities and townships. Home prices vary but average from the mid $100’s to upper $700’s for a spacious 4 bedroom home on more than 6 acres. Properties include farmhouse homes in the upper $300’s and traditional two-story constructions in the mid $100’s. The real estate market in Pierce County also features classic ranch, cottage, and foursquare home styles.

Pierce County Community Amenities

Location is everything and Pierce County offers convenient access to Interstate 94, U.S Highway 63, and multiple county highways. It’s about 50 miles to the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP) and 55 miles to downtown Minneapolis. The Mall of America in Bloomington, Minnesota is approximately 50 miles away. Points of interest include the University of Wisconsin-River Falls, the Martell County Forest off Highway 63, and the Trimbelle Recreation Area off County Road O. Located in Ellsworth, Trimbelle is a destination for trout fishing, hiking, and picnics.

Look to Pierce County, Wisconsin for great outdoor recreation, local schools, and residential neighborhoods close to amenities.

Pierce County Real Estate Agents

Planning to buy or sell a home in Pierce County? Let your neighborhood Wisconsin real estate professionals help you through the sale of your current residence or purchase your next Pierce house. As local Pierce County real estate agents, we’re well-versed in the unique market dynamics of Wisconsin real estate.

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Vernon County Homes & Real Estate

View today’s Vernon County homes for sale below. The county seat of Vernon County is the city of Viroqua, and its population was 29,773 as of 2010. Vernon County sits on the Wisconsin and Minnesota border located south of Interstate 90. This Wisconsin county has 31,000 residents and easy access to the Mississippi River. Real estate options in Vernon County include but are not limited to residential neighborhoods close to outdoor recreation, schools, businesses, and amenities. For more information about Vernon County, Wisconsin properties for sale or to set up a private showing, contact your Wisconsin real estate experts today! Read more about Vernon County real estate.

Vernon County Housing Market

When looking to buy a home in Vernon County, consider properties in the county seat of Viroqua as well as Bergen, Coon Valley, Stark, and other cities. In Jefferson, discover newer constructions with 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, and 3,200 square feet for a list price in the low $400’s. On average, home prices range from the mid $100’s to upper $700’s and include properties such as log cabins, classic ranch homes, two-story traditional homes, and farmhouses on acreage with outbuildings.

Vernon County Community Amenities

The heart of Vernon County sits approximately 50 miles from the La Crosse Regional Airport (LSE) and 70 miles west of the Wisconsin Dells. There’s easy access to U.S. Highway 14 and County Highway 35 that runs along the shores of the Mississippi River. The Vernon County Parks System offers many outdoor activities like fishing, kayaking, swimming, hiking, camping, and more. Points of interest include the Kickapoo Valley Reserve State Area, the Wildcat Mountain State Park, and the Jersey Valley City Park that spans 371 acres near Westby.

For Wisconsin real estate along the Mississippi River and close to regional attractions and amenities, look to the community of Vernon County.

Vernon County Real Estate Agents

Preparing for the purchase or sale of a home in Vernon County? Let our local Wisconsin real estate professionals work with you to navigate the purchase of or expertly negotiate the sale of your Vernon County house. Our expert knowledge will give you access to up-to-date information about the unique dynamics of the Wisconsin real estate market.

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Trempealeau County Homes & Real Estate

Browse today’s Trempealeau County homes for sale below! The county is named after the Trempealeau River, and its county seat is the city of Whitehall. Trempealeau County, Wisconsin sits between Eau Claire and La Crosse with Interstate 94 crossing through its northeastern corner. The county is home to 29,000 residents and 26 cities, townships, and villages. When looking to buy a home in a Trempealeau County community the real estate market varies but includes residences located close to major routes, amenities, and schools. To learn more about properties available in Trempealeau County, Wisconsin or to set up a private home tour, contact your Wisconsin real estate experts today. Read more about Trempealeau County real estate.

Trempealeau County Housing Market

Home values in the mid $100’s are the average in Trempealeau County. However, home prices vary greatly depending on the age, size, and style of the construction and the property’s location. Ranch homes typically list from the low $100’s to upper $200’s, while an American colonial may list in the lower $200’s. Other home styles include but are not limited to cottages, split levels, contemporary designs, and Cape Cod influences. There are lots for sale throughout the county, available for building custom or semi-custom homes.

Trempealeau County Community Amenities

The city of Whitehall is the county seat, a community with 1,600 residents. Its central location makes it easy to connect to the area’s natural attractions and urban amenities. Points of interest include the Buffalo River State Trail, the Lake Coulee State Public Hunting Grounds, and the Pietrek County Park. Nearby highways are Interstate 90 and 94, U.S. Highway 53, and Highway 10 that crosses through the northern portion of the county. It’s 60 miles to the Chippewa Valley Regional Airport (EAU) in Eau Claire.

In Wisconsin, Trempealeau County offers real estate located close to outdoor recreation, schools, retail, and businesses.

Trempealeau County Real Estate Agents

If you’re buying or selling a home in Trempealeau County, let our team of Wisconsin real estate professionals guide you through the process for your Trempealeau house today. As local Trempealeau County real estate agents, we have exclusive insider knowledge of Wisconsin market dynamics.

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Lac qui Parle County Homes & Real Estate

Search all homes for sale in Lac qui Parle County below. For further information regarding Lac qui Parle County, Minnesota properties for sale or to schedule a private tour, contact your Minnesota real estate experts today!

Lac qui Parle County Real Estate Agents

Planning to buy or sell a home in Lac qui Parle County? Let your neighborhood Minnesota real estate professionals help you through the sale of your current residence or purchase your next Lac qui Parle County house. As local real estate agents, we’re well-versed in the unique market dynamics of Lac qui Parle County real estate.

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Buffalo County Homes & Real Estate

Find the newest Buffalo County homes for sale below! Buffalo County is named for the Buffalo River, which empties out at the county’s seat of Alma. Along the Mississippi River in Wisconsin are numerous waterfront communities like Buffalo City and Alma, the county seat of Buffalo County. Buffalo County is home to 13,000 residents and has a border that follows the Wisconsin-Minnesota state line. Real estate opportunities in Buffalo County are diverse and include both rural and urban properties close to major routes, amenities, and state parks. To request up-to-date information about Buffalo County, Wisconsin properties for sale or to schedule a private home showing, contact your Wisconsin real estate experts today. Read more about Buffalo County real estate.

Buffalo County Housing Market

If looking to buy a home in a community that’s located within Buffalo County, the choices are numerous. Consider lots for sale in cities such as Alma, Cochrane, or Mondovi, ideal property for building a custom or semi-custom home. The county’s real estate market includes cottage-style homes, classic ranches, traditional two-story constructions, and homes designed with a Dutch-colonial influence. There also are modern-traditional or neo-eclectic designs that offer clean lines and spacious floor plans. On average, home prices range from the low $100’s to upper $600’s.

Buffalo County Community Amenities

Residents of Buffalo County enjoy easy proximity to airports, state parks, and water activities. U.S. Highway 61 and County Highways 37, 35, and 88 make it easy to connect to each township plus nearby cities like Eau Claire and Rochester, Minnesota. It’s about 75 miles to the Rochester International Airport (RST) and 45 to the Chippewa Valley Regional Airport (EAU) in Eau Claire. Two popular destinations for outdoor recreation are Rieck’s Lake Park on Highway 35 and the Merrick State Park located in Fountain City on State Road 95.

Discover Buffalo County, Wisconsin today for its location and real estate market with selection of construction styles and home prices.

Buffalo County Real Estate Agents

Thinking about the purchase of a home in Buffalo County? Let our local Wisconsin real estate professionals guide you through the purchase of your next Buffalo house or expertly negotiate the sale of your current residence. As Buffalo County real estate agents, we’re experts on the market dynamics unique to Wisconsin real estate.

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