May 2016

Found 3 blog entries for May 2016.

St. Paul Saint Mobile AppIf you’re planning on heading out to the ballpark this summer to catch a St. Paul Saints game, stocking up on refreshments from the convenience of your own seat is now part of the game day experience. Just recently announced by the city’s minor league baseball team is a brand new iPhone and Android app that fans can use for a variety of functions like buying tickets, sharing photos, and participating in trivia contests and fan challenges.

But as alluded to above, perhaps the coolest part about the new mobile app, however, is the ability to order food and drinks from your phone and having your refreshments promptly delivered directly to your seat. Although the menu from the app is limited, beer, liquor, Gatorade, water, and all kinds of snack items are

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Lowertown Real Estate - St. Paul Lots of different locations in downtown St. Paul can be desirable for many different reasons, but one of the more unique places to call home is the Lowertown neighborhood, which is a former warehouse and industrial district that has since been converted into a hot residential community with plenty of options and opportunities for today’s modern home buyers to consider.

Located on the eastern edge of the city’s historic business district, many of St. Paul’s earliest buildings occupy a place in Lowertown, of which most have since been converted into chic residential lofts that feature some of the coolest living spaces in the entire Twin Cities region.

Revitalization of the neighborhood really didn’t begin until the late 1960s, and today, Lowertown is mainly

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St. Paul Real Estate Market UpdateWith the busy spring season almost behind and summer right around the corner, now is usually a good time to reflect on how the local real estate market in St. Paul and the rest of the Twin Cities region is faring.

Pending sales across the metro area were up by well over 12% year-over-year in the month of March, while median sales prices also jumped by nearly 6% to $220,000. In all, 5,861 new purchases agreements have been signed by buyers while the sales-to-list price is also now up to 96.7%, which couldn’t be better news if you’re thinking about selling your St. Paul home.

Homes in the Twin Cities area are also selling in less time than last year as well, with the cumulative days on market dropping by 17.5% to 85 days. Unfortunately, inventory is also

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