Arrowhead leads state jump in real estate sales, prices

Author:
Updated:
Original:

The Minnesota Association of Realtors reported another growth month in home transactions, with a 4.5 percent leap in the number of closed real estate sales across the state in June compared to the same month a year ago.

The Pioneer Press reports that the state's median home price is now $185,000, a 14 percent increase from last June.

The Star Tribune reports that the Arrowhead Region of northeastern Minnesota, including the Iron Range and the North Shore of Lake Superior, saw the biggest jump, with the number of closed sales going up by 29.6 percent.

The Twin Cities metro saw closed sales rise 7 percent.

Next Up

Blake Bortles

Amid Aaron Rodgers drama, Packers reportedly sign Blake Bortles

The former No. 3 overall pick is headed to Green Bay.

You Houa Thao

Missing St. Paul man found dead in wooded area

The 73-year-old was reported missing May 8.

YouTube - Jim Klobuchar

Jim Klobuchar, celebrated Minnesota columnist, dies at 93

He died Wednesday after a battle with Alzheimer's.

Jerry Burns

Former Vikings head coach Jerry Burns dies at 94

Burns spent a total of 24 seasons with the Vikings as an offensive coordinator and head coach.

Google Street View - South 9th Street and LaSalle Avenue

Charges: Suspect told witness, 'I can’t believe that I shot that girl'

The 24-year-old victim was found dead in a parking garage.

florida arrests

3 Minnesotans arrested in Florida after break-in at private marina

The suspects said they jumped the fence to take photos of yachts.

Screen Shot 2019-12-17 at 11.15.34 AM

40-year-old Iron Range man arrested in fatal stabbing

He's suspected of stabbing a woman in his apartment.

Mike Zimmer

Did the Vikings schedule get leaked? Here's what it says

The full schedule is due to be released Wednesday evening.

Grocery shopping

Prices of consumer goods spike: Is inflation a concern?

Consumer prices jumped 4.2% over the past year - but there are explanations.

racist comments stillwater

DOC worker filmed yelling at protesters has been fired

Sgt. Paul Gorder was captured on video yelling at protesters in April.

Related