October 24, 2021

Category: Residential real estate

The Future of Minnesota Business After Covid
Commercial Real Estate, COVID-19 leadership, Cybersecurity, Economy, HR, Leadership, Office Equipment, Furnishings & Design, Residential real estate, Society, Talent Management, Technology

The Future of Minnesota Business After Covid

  It’s already been a few weeks since Cory Hepola from WCCO-AM texted to see if I’d answer a question or two on one of his weekday shows. Time’s flown and I just listened to the interview. As always, I enjoyed the subject, questions and real-time conversation with the best on-air interviewer in the state. […]

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Is Your Business Pivoting?
Agribusiness, Aviation, Banking and Finance, Brewing, Business Ethics, Commercial Real Estate, Communication, Corporate Governance, Economy, Education, Entertainment, Entrepreneurism, Environment, Family Business, Food, Health Care, Investing, Jobs, Leadership, Manufacturing, Medtech/Biotech, Mining, Oil and Gas, Residential real estate, Restaurants, Retail, Technology, Transportation, Travel

Is Your Business Pivoting?

During extremely challenging times and setbacks, successful businesses often find ways to pivot toward new opportunities, focusing more on what’s possible rather than what didn’t work. During the COVID-19 economic slowdown, if you’ve found a way to pivot, let us know and we’ll share it on this site and elsewhere as we talk with others […]

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Economy, Health Care, Residential real estate, Taxes

Minnesota Ranks 28th for Retirement

If you’re thinking about retirement, a new report suggests you may want to leave Minnesota for greener pastures, like South Dakota. The financing consultant firm Bankrate, based in New York City, recently ranked the best — and worst — states for retirement. South Dakota topped the list with particularly high marks for well-being and taxes […]

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Renters Spend Seven Years Saving for a Down Payment in Minneapolis; Home Prices Now Equal 4.5 Times Income
Banking and Finance, Economy, Residential real estate

Renters Spend Seven Years Saving for a Down Payment in Minneapolis; Home Prices Now Equal 4.5 Times Income

Renters in the Greater Minneapolis area can expect to spend seven years saving for a 20 percent down payment on a home, according to a new HotPads® analysis released Friday.  Nationally, the average is 6.5 years. For a 3.5 percent down payment, Minneapolis renters spent one year and three months, which is close to the national […]

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