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MN Rental Property

New Listing – 4 weeks online
$450,000
Multi-Family For Rent
Active
2,851
SQFT
108 4th Avenue
Osseo, MN 55369
 
Listing courtesy of Keller Williams Integrity RE
New Listing – 3 days online
$2,500
Townhouse For Rent
Active
4
BEDS
4
TOTAL BATHS
1,928
SQFT
8277 Norwood Lane
Maple Grove, MN 55369
Lakes At Maple Grove 2nd Add Subdivision
Listing courtesy of The Real Estate Atelier LLC
New Listing – 2 weeks online
$449,500
Multi-Family For Rent
Active
2,432
SQFT
7425 Kentucky Avenue
Brooklyn Park, MN 55428
 
Listing courtesy of Creative Results
New Listing – 2 weeks online
$2,300
Single Family Home For Rent
Active
4
BEDS
2
TOTAL BATHS
1,934
SQFT
6512 Lancaster Lane
Maple Grove, MN 55369
Eagle Lake East Subdivision
Listing courtesy of Applegate Inc
New Listing – 3 weeks online
$315,000
Multi-Family For Rent
Pending
1,948
SQFT
4405 83rd Circle
Brooklyn Park, MN 55443
Donnays Brookdale Estates East Subdivision
Listing courtesy of Keller Williams Classic Rlty NW
New Listing – 2 weeks online
$2,050
Townhouse For Rent
Active
3
BEDS
3
TOTAL BATHS
1,793
SQFT
8493 Emery Parkway
Champlin, MN 55316
Cic 1623 Emery Village Condo Subdivision
Listing courtesy of RE/MAX Results
$389,900
Multi-Family For Rent
Pending
1,966
SQFT
6441 Douglas Drive
Brooklyn Park, MN 55429
 
Listing courtesy of Midwest Management Incorporated dba Midwest Homes
Open House Fri, Aug 19, 10 PM UTC
$2,500
Single Family Home For Rent
Active
4
BEDS
4
TOTAL BATHS
2,792
SQFT
3269 98th Circle
Brooklyn Park, MN 55443
Pinebrook Estates 2nd Add Subdivision
Listing courtesy of Sanyu LLC
New Listing – 3 weeks online
$379,900
Multi-Family For Rent
Active
2,040
SQFT
14100 68th Place
Maple Grove, MN 55311
Donahue 02nd Add Subdivision
Listing courtesy of Coldwell Banker Realty
New Listing – 3 weeks online
$429,900
Multi-Family For Rent
Active
2,040
SQFT
14205-07 68th Place
Maple Grove, MN 55311
Donahue 02nd Add Subdivision
Listing courtesy of Hawk Realty Company
New Listing – 6 hours online
$2,400
Townhouse For Rent
Active
3
BEDS
3
TOTAL BATHS
1,769
SQFT
19510 Butternut Court
Rogers, MN 55311
Laurel Creek 2nd Add Subdivision
Listing courtesy of Counselor Realty, Inc.
New Listing – 3 weeks online
$379,990
Multi-Family For Rent
Active
1,748
SQFT
6742 France Avenue
Brooklyn Center, MN 55429
West View Subdivision
Listing courtesy of Fish MLS Realty
New Listing – 4 weeks online
$6,000
Single Family Home For Rent
Active
5
BEDS
5
TOTAL BATHS
6,137
SQFT
17116 72nd Place
Maple Grove, MN 55311
Timbres At Elm Creek Subdivision
Listing courtesy of Executive Realty Inc.
New Listing – 6 days online
$1,900
Single Family Home For Rent
Active
4
BEDS
2
TOTAL BATHS
1,904
SQFT
13332 Valley Forge Lane
Champlin, MN 55316
Brays Add Subdivision
Listing courtesy of BuyRentSell.com, LLC
New Listing – yesterday
$599,900
Multi-Family For Rent
Coming Soon
4,500
SQFT
5116 Edgewood Avenue
Crystal, MN 55428
Russ Add To Crystal Village Subdivision
Listing courtesy of Mitchell Realty LLC
$290,000
Other For Rent
Pending
2,624
SQFT
2128 State Avenue
Anoka, MN 55303
 
Listing courtesy of Keller Williams Integrity RE
New Listing – yesterday
$349,900
Multi-Family For Rent
Active
1,949
SQFT
7889 Firwood Way
Fridley, MN 55432
Pearsons Craigway Estate 2nd A Subdivision
Listing courtesy of Realty Group LLC
New Listing – 4 weeks online
$498,500
Multi-Family For Rent
Pending
3,430
SQFT
4216 Lake Breeze Avenue
Brooklyn Center, MN 55429
Lakebreeze Add Subdivision
Listing courtesy of Fulton Realty
$275,000
Multi-Family For Rent
Pending
1,936
SQFT
5419 45 1/2 Avenue
Robbinsdale, MN 55422
Lilac Terrace Subdivision
Listing courtesy of North Coast Realty
New Listing – a week online
$4,750
Single Family Home For Rent
Active
4
BEDS
4
TOTAL BATHS
3,376
SQFT
14420 45th Avenue
Plymouth, MN 55446
Kingsview Heights 2nd Add Subdivision
Listing courtesy of Edina Realty, Inc.

Renters in Minnesota enjoy a plethora of rental properties available to them. They range from studio apartments to mansions, and they can be found in all types of neighborhoods. The average cost to rent a property is $1,450 per month, with the average size at 1,000 square feet. Renters should budget around $2,300 for expenses including gas and electric. The property management fee is usually 10% or $150 per month for larger complexes or buildings with more than four units. Some renters may have difficulty finding an affordable rental in Minneapolis due to the high demand for rentals by college students and professionals alike.

Real estate is a complex industry, and there are many things to take into consideration when renting property. The first step in the process is finding a place to live. If you are looking for an apartment, then it is important to find one that fits your lifestyle. Once you find one that fits, then it is time to make sure it will work for the long term. As soon as you feel ready, sign a lease!

 

 Property managers are in charge of renting out the properties for the owner who is usually someone who has a few different properties to take care of. They manage the day-to-day operations of a rental property and handle all the maintenance and repairs, lease agreements, marketing and other tasks that come up with managing these units. Property managers handle all aspects of running a successful business to ensure that both they and their client have a good experience.

 

Damage deposits are a common practice among landlords who require a security deposit to cover any damages that may be incurred during the tenancy. The damage deposit is the total amount of money that will be retained by the landlord if there are any damages caused on the property by either party throughout the tenancy. This money can be used to repair or replace anything in need of restoration, such as broken glass or leaky pipes. The money can also go towards replacing items for which there is no cost estimate, such as carpet. Tenants may have an option to pay for repairs themselves and deduct from their damage deposit at the end of their rental agreement with their landlord. A damage deposit is often required by landlords in addition to a security deposit when renting residential property, for example a house or apartment, in order to cover expenses should tenants cause damage during their tenancy term such as breakages or leakages. Damage deposits are usually returned at the end of an agreed period if both parties abide by all terms of contract and there has been no significant damage; this may result in tenants being able to take unused funds left over from their original security deposit should they wish to leave early without paying extra rent.

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Here are the most frequently asked questions about buying and selling your home

Below are a few tips to help you sell your home: -Contact a real estate agent and set up an appointment to go over the process of selling your home. -Research the market value of homes in your area. -Create a list of things that need to be fixed and updated before putting it on the market. Some items might include new carpet, paint, or furniture. Be sure not to neglect the outside as well and make improvements such as landscaping or pool maintenance before listing it for sale.

Tip for selling a home: Make your home look as desirable as possible. You can accomplish this by decluttering, making repairs, and even giving your house a new coat of paint. Tip for selling a home: Home staging is a technique often used by sellers to make their homes more attractive to prospective buyers. It involves using furniture that is neutral in color and design and placing it in areas that are most commonly used.

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Appraisers look at the size, shape and topography of the lot, including easements and encroachments. The appraiser will also note amenities such as street utilities and vehicular access. Part of the evaluation process includes an opinion of whether the home’s characteristics are compatible with the market.

11 factors that affect property value
  • Location. The location of a property is the most obvious factor that affects how much a property is worth. …
  • Supply and demand. …
  • Interest rates. …
  • Economic outlook. …
  • Property market performance. …
  • Population and demographics. …
  • Property size and features. …
  • Aesthetics.

Having short sales and especially foreclosures on your street decreases the value of your home. Even if they are not direct comparables, as in same square footage and the number of bedrooms and baths, they are in your immediate neighborhood, so can make the entire area depreciate in value.

11. Fiberglass grand entrance

Front door of a home
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Average cost: $10,044

Return on investment: 60.9%

This home improvement is about widening your doorway and adding a new door with half-glass sidelights. With this new grand entrance, you can expect the resale value to increase by about $6,116.

10. Composite deck addition

Man installing composite decking boards
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Average cost: $22,426

Return on investment: 63.2%

As described by Remodeling Magazine, this simple deck replacement uses a linear pattern and adds a built-in bench and planter.

Composite deck material is used, and the project includes three stairs and a railing.

9. Steel entry door replacement

Worker installing a lock on the front door of a home
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Average cost: $2,082

Return on investment: 65.0%

Replacing a front door with a steel door and a new lockset provides the opportunity to spruce things up when it comes to curb appeal. This improvement features a clear, dual-pane half-glass panel.

8. Wood deck addition

Celestine Rae holding a light bulb
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Average cost: $16,766

Return on investment: 65.8%

According to the report, this 16-by-20-foot wood deck addition provides a better return than a composite deck addition, increasing the resale value of your home by $11,038. Plus, it costs less than the composite deck.

7. Wood window replacement

Winter view through a wood window
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Average cost: $23,219

Return on investment: 67.4%

This project to replace 10 existing 3-by-5-foot double-hung windows uses insulated, low-emissivity windows, which have a special coating that reflects heat to help regulate indoor temperatures.

The interior window is trimmed in stained hardwood. The exterior adds to curb appeal with an aluminum cladding that is custom-color matched to the existing trim.

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6. Vinyl siding replacement

Construction workers installing vinyl siding on a house in Los Angeles, California
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Average cost: $16,576

Return on investment: 68.3%

This is another curb appeal project that can boost your ability to get a little more of your money back when you make an upgrade.

Remodeling Magazine suggests making sure a water-resistant barrier, like a house wrap, is installed below the new siding.

5. Vinyl window replacement

Man opening a window
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Average cost: $19,385

Return on investment: 68.6%

Sometimes the material makes a difference in your ability to recover more from an upgrade.

This can be true of window replacements as well as deck additions. Choosing vinyl over wood can potentially cost less and recoup more of the expense, as this project suggests, when replacing 10 existing windows with insulated, low-emissivity, vinyl ones.

4. Fiber-cement siding replacement

Man installing fibrous cement siding on a home
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Average cost: $19,626

Return on investment: 69.4%

Replacing home siding with a fiber-cement product is likely to cost more than using vinyl.

However, according to the Cost vs. Value Report, you’re likely to recoup a greater portion of the cost by enjoying an increase in the value of your home.

3. Minor kitchen remodel (midrange)

Couple cooking at home
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Average cost: $26,214

Return on investment: 72.2%

This is the only upgrade on this list that is an interior project, rather than an exterior project.

Remodeling Magazine shows that making rather minor changes, such as replacing the range and fridge and changing the cabinet fronts and counters, pays you back better than most projects. Also included: a new midrange-priced sink and faucet.

If you opt to replace the cabinets instead of just the fronts, you might want to check out the American Woodmark or Ikea Sektion collection. They earned the highest customer satisfaction ratings in J.D. Power’s Kitchen Cabinets Satisfaction Study in 2020, as reported in “4 Kitchen Cabinet Brands Earn High Marks From Homeowners.”

2. Manufactured stone veneer

Exterior of a house with stone veneer
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Average cost: $10,386

Return on investment: 92.1%

This Remodeling Magazine project includes removing a band of siding from the bottom facade and replacing it with a manufactured stone veneer. The resale value attached to this project is $9,571, resulting in the potential to recoup slightly more than 92% of what you spent.

1. Garage door replacement

Man opening his garage door with a remote control
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Average cost: $3,907

Return on investment: 93.8%

Topping the list for the best return on investment is another curb appeal project.

Spend less than $4,000 to replace the garage door, including the tracks, and you could enhance your curb appeal as well as see a return on investment of more than 93%, which is better than all other projects in this study.

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