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Elk River, Mn One Level Homes For Sale

Elk River, Mn One Level Homes For Sale One Level Homes For Sale In Elk River Search Minnesota Real Estate from MLS listings. Find virtually all homes for sale in the greater Elk River area, including townhomes and new construction. Elk River Minnesota real estate is not only known for its natural beauty, but also for its people. The town was named after the Elk River,...

A straightforward, easy-to-use flat fee MLS service for investors.

The Van Mill Flat Fee Option Things you need to know about home sales are getting more and more expensive. However, homeowners (or FSBO) selling houses as a way to sell houses are becoming less and less popular. why? Real estate agents have a lot of professional experience in selling houses. As a result, FSBO houses have been on sale for longer and tend to be sold for less money....

Why get a Well Inspection?

Why Get A Well Inspection?

Is water quality important? According to the Environmental Protection Agency, more than 13 million homes in the U.S. rely on wells for drinking water. If your buyer clients want to buy a property that relies on a well, encourage them to get the well inspected by a licensed professional. In fact, it may very well be a requirement, depending on the type of financing your buyers are interested...

Septic System

MN Septic Systems when selling a home?

According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), more than one in five U.S. households relies on some sort of septic system. A septic system is a self-contained, underground wastewater treatment system that carries wastewater from the structure and deposits it in a septic tank. A septic system includes a(n): SewerSeptic tankDistribution boxAbsorption field or seepage pitUnderstanding System...

modern glass building with asbestos sheet siding

Asbestos Was Once a Popular

Asbestos is a naturally occurring material that was once widely used in building materials, because it’s fire-resistant and has some insulating properties. It was a component of thousands of building materials that were used in construction of residential structures. Because it’s also relatively inexpensive, asbestos insulation, siding, and roofing were very popular for residences and public buildings...

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