Seller wants an OFFER!!!


 

 

243 Mainzer St West St Paul

$157,900.00  A Steal of a Deal!

What a charming home! Alcove ceilings in mint condition, hardwood floors on main level, newer windows on main level, 2+ oversized garage, fenced backyard, finished lower level, 2 baths, 2 bedrooms on main level, finished loft area in master style layout.  This home and community offer so much whether you are a new family starting out or an investor that would like a great home in a wondeful location!  A must see for all.

This home offered by RE/MAX Advantage Plus, 500 Marschall Rd Shakopee Mn, 952.224.8800 listing agent Vickie Gylling.  If you have a specific location, we can help.  Call today to work with a professional that has your best interest at heart.

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Motivated Sellers…Looking for a contract!


Location, Location, Location!!! Here’s your chance to own your own home! End unit home with 3 nicely sized bedrooms all on upper level.  Enjoy the ease and convenience of having the laundry on the same level as your bedrooms! This wonderful home show pride of ownership & care.  From the neutral decor, with lots of large windows to provide plenty of natural light.  The oversized patio doors lead to a deck that does not have any neighbors overlooking it.  Conveniently located close to highway entrances, schools, parks, shopping areas and more, this home offers LOTS! 

649 Roundhouse St Shakopee

$132,900.00

Call today to book your private showing!

Vickie Gylling  612.210.3932

How Cold is Cold?


It is Friday, January 21, 2011. If you are living in the Minnesota area, you know that the freezer door has definitely been opened on our state. It is 10 am and our current temp here is -15 and with the windchill they are saying it is about -35. How’s that for cold?

How does this cold affect your home? This type of cold can do a lot of damage to your home if you are not paying attention. With just a couple easy steps, you can elevate a lot of pain.

PIPES~ Most people think that the pipes are on the inside of the home and the home is heated so they should be fine. But do you know that the pipes that are located on exterior was and in cabinets will get cold. So if you can, leave the cabinet doors open so the heat from your home can get directly to the pipes. You can also put towels or by the pipe heating blankets.

WINDOWS~ Unless you build your home and put high quality windows in, the chances of having some sort of draft from your windows is very likely. Most of your box stores now sell plastic that can be placed on the trim work and keep these drafts out. This will also save you dollars as your heater won’t have to work so hard to keep heating the air.

DOORS~ Not only does our family & friends come and go from these area, but so do your dollars in the winter seasons. Invest a few dollars and put the foam around the doors to keep the cold drafts out. You may also want to invest in draft preventers that go at the bottom of the doors.

So with the economy straining our pocketbooks, why not take a few moments of your time and put some of those dollars back into your wallet? Invest a little time into your home and keep it warm.

THE SPIRITS TO MOVE hope you & your home stay warm!

Your Minnesota Real Estate agent providing quality service whether buying, selling or relocating. Experienced in short sale & foreclosures. Learn more at http://www.VickieGylling.com.