Twin Cities Market Update – August 25, 2017

The prevailing trends have continued to prevail through the summer, which has not really been a surprise. There have not been any jolting changes in the economy that would affect residential real estate. This includes steady news for factors such as wage growth, unemployment, new construction and mortgage rates. Every locality has its unique challenges, […]

Twin Cities Market Update – August 18, 2017

As we reach into August, we’ll begin to see the volume of activity wane in anticipation of the school year. Although not every buyer or seller has children, it’s no secret that homeownership is a popular housing option for those with kids. In bulk, this has historically been enough of a factor for turning down […]

Meet Our Listing Agent, Eric Wozniak

There are two groups of people that allow Kerby and Cristina Real Estate Experts to exist… our amazing clients, of course, and the fabulous folks that make up our team. Each team member plays an important role in helping our clients achieve their real estate goals. This month, we’d like to introduce you to our […]

Minnesota – Home Sweet Home!

Tim and Ashley are amazing repeat clients that I couldn’t have been happier to serve for a second time. Several years ago, I helped them buy a cute little home in Northeast Minneapolis. They had a relocation to California and moved out to Cali for a year or so, but felt the draw back to […]

Twin Cities Market Update – August 11, 2017

A favorable economy has kept buyers active amidst a summer of stiff competition that has led prices upward and often over the asking price. The latest recorded national unemployment rate of 4.3 is historically low and has served as a general indicator of a strong economy. If wage growth shifts into overdrive from its current […]

Twin Cities Market Update – August 4, 2017

Residential real estate activity has remained robust through the summer months so far. New listing and sales activity may not always land exactly where desired or expected from week to week, but it is clear by gradually increasing prices and ongoing low inventory that buyer demand has not weakened. In the Twin Cities region, for […]

YOU are the reason we get to do the work we love!

  KC 2017 Client Appreciation BBQ We had hundreds of you join us for tons of food, prizes, and good conversation! It’s also a blast whenever the Saints win! We really enjoyed seeing so many of our past clients, friends, and family. It is always an honor to catch up with you and it gives […]

The Search for “Their Place”

I helped Erich purchase his house in 2012. He is a friend of mine from high school. He graduated with my sister and I graduated with his brother. The 2012 purchase was his first home purchase. He bought in an up-and-coming part of Northeast Minneapolis. Erich got married this year to a great gal, Brittany. […]

Twin Cities Market Update – July 28, 2017

The primary selling season tends to begin a subtle slowdown at this point in the year. That does not necessarily equate to less competition for available housing stock. While total sales and inventory may be lower than at points earlier in the year, those still looking for homes tend to match up with those willing […]

Twin Cities Market Update – July 21, 2017

From a heart-of-summer perspective, the residential real estate market has performed as expected when predictions were made at the front of the year. Buyer interest is high and inventory is not at a proper level to meet demand. Total sales and new listings are generally behind last year’s levels from week to week, but there […]