According to the National Apartment Report for September 2016 released by, rent prices decreased in some US cities but rose in others. Minneapolis continues to be in the rising category, with rents up 4% from August 2016 to September 2016. That put Minneapolis in the top 10 cities for rising rents, at #7. If you are feeling the rising rent squeeze and are ready to start paying yourself instead of your landlord you could be ready to become a homeowner… email us at… we would love to help!


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Sharlene Hensrud, RE/MAX Results -  Minneapolis-St. Paul Buyer's Agent

The HomesMSP Team - SharleneJohnAngela Twin Cities Realtors


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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