Twin Cities Living 2016The new 2016-2017 Twin Cities Living Relocation Guide was recently released, a Minneapolis-St. Paul guide to lifestyle, health care, culture and education.

Not yet available online, get your own free print copy by texting 612-419-0560, emailing your request to with your name and address, or requesting a free relocation packet.

A great resource for locals as well as those just moving here, it includes info on 10 great neighborhoods, both urban and suburban… as well as info on work, philanthropy, education, health care, religion, lifestyle and culture in the Minneapolis-St. Paul metro area.

With a thriving arts scene, professional teams in all major sports, expansive parks and lakes, major museums and the largest shopping center in the country the Twin Cities has much to offer… but it is the people who live here that make it a great place to call home. We have been named the healthiest, smartest and most livable state in America.

When we moved to the Twin Cities over 25 years ago we were already familiar with the area, but it still took some time to decide just where we wanted to live within this metropolitan area that spans more than 60 miles across and offers a such a variety of living experiences, from urban lofts to pastoral lakeshore. I find local homebuyers often also go through the same process as someone who is new to the area when it comes time to invest in the first home of their own or move to a new location within the metro area. 

Request your free copy of Twin Cities Living Relocation Guide to page through and mark up… learn more about what makes this such a great place to call home!

Sharlene Hensrud, RE/MAX Results - Minneapolis-St. Paul Realtor

HomesMSP Team - SharleneJohnAngela Minneapolis-St. Paul Buyer's Agents


About Sharlene Hensrud

I love what I do! Highly insightful, analytical and creative, there is nothing I love more than helping you find the right solution for your real estate transition. My mission is to serve my clients with honesty and integrity, exceeding their expectations in service and support… and to help others by donating a portion of every transaction to Habitat for Humanity

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