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Minnesota waterfront home sales surge

Even amid a slow crawl out of the recession, waterfront and luxury homes sales in Minnesota are selling well. On Sunday, realtors are hosting a special open house tour of 127 homes for sale on 43 different Minnesota bodies of water.
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Even amid a slow crawl out of the recession, waterfront and luxury homes sales in Minnesota are selling well. On Sunday, realtors are hosting a special open house tour of 127 homes for sale on 43 different Minnesota bodies of water.

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