Greater Minneapolis St. Paul area is largest metropolitan area in the region and the state of Minnesota and has become popular among home owners. You can find Minneapolis’s North Warehouse District and North Quadrant Region and St. Paul’s Lowertown as the hot bed of Minneapolis condominiums where you can find many condos along the Mississippi riverfront.
Many of these condos were conversion or factory and warehouse buildings that had stable foundation and solid structures for the conversion. Some of these Minneapolis condominiums can range from $400,000 in the lower end to over $1,800,000 for a luxury penthouse condos. There also number of high rise new developments and luxury condos with spectacular view of the skyline are available.
Currently the real estate market has been in down mode for the past year and the Minneapolis condominiums market has seen the bottom of the price declines. The inventories of condos under $400,000 in recent months have been dwindling and few constructions are being brought to the market. Some experts are agreeing that price has stabilized in North Loop and Mill District where they are affordable at around $300,000.
The average days on the market for Minneapolis condominiums to sell is around 108 days which is above 28 percent from last year. Available inventories for sale and inventories in downtown area has declined to about 30 percent, which bodes well for sellers.
One positive news is that the aver median selling price has increased 6 percent. Even with many short sales and foreclosure auctions at a rate of 35 percent, the Twin Cities real estate market have remained better than rest of the country. The price have been below the national level by less than 8 percent.
Although the market is low at this point the spring will bring new wave of home buyers who are looking for good deals in this buyers market, make sure you have patience to wait out for the right buyer at the right price. The real estate market will rebound from the lows.
No related posts.