January 2016

Found 3 blog entries for January 2016.

Dayton's Bluff Neighborhood


Imagine buying a home in St. Paul in a neighborhood that allows you to walk in the footsteps of ancient Native American tribes. If you move to Dayton’s Bluff, that’s exactly what you’ll get. This is an area of our city where thousands of years ago, our original inhabitants lived and thrived, an area rich in history and culture.

Today, Dayton’s Bluff, a St. Paul Historic District, offers homebuyers a diverse assortment of homes for sale. Sure, you’ll also find remnants of a proud and dignified people that called the area home so long ago, and a lot more - all this, just five minutes from downtown St. Paul.

Today we take a look at some of our favorite parts of the Dayton’s Bluff neighborhood.

Parks in Dayton’s Bluff

Pity the homeowners

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St. Paul’s real estate market ended 2015 on the upswing, with higher home prices, fewer days spent on the market and sellers making closer to their asking price at closing.

News for St. Paul homebuyers

It was a tough year for buyers, however. In December we saw St. Paul’s inventory of available homes shrink even more and it now stands at a 2.1 month supply – a decrease of 32.3 percent over where we stood in December of 2014. In November, we had an almost three-month supply of homes for sale so homebuyers were in the market between November and the end of December, scooping up what few homes we have on the market.

This means you’re still facing heavy competition from other buyers so have all your ducks in a row before heading out to look

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The St. Paul Farmers market dates back to 1852, when the city’s streets were paved with dirt and most folks lived in simple wood cabins. Times have changed as has the market. Today it’s operated by the St. Paul Grower’s Association and the offerings have grown from whatever was in season 164 years ago to offering fresh produce even in winter.

Becoming a Vendor

If you’d like to become a vendor at the St. Paul Farmers’ Market vendor you’ll need to download, complete and mail in the membership application (you can find it online here). They accept only producers, not resellers, and you must join the St. Paul Growers’ Association. You’ll also be required to carry Worker’s Compensation Insurance. See additional rules here.

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