New Brighton, MN
New Brighton, Minnesota Real Estate
New Brighton is located in Ramsey County and is a northern suburb of the Minneapolis-St. Paul metro area. It has a total landmass of 7.06 mi.² and neighbors Mounds View, Fridley and Blaine. The city was incorporated in 1891 and has grown rapidly ever sense. It's located at the intersection of interstate highways 35W and 694. This makes it a very easy commute to the East or West suburbs as well as downtown Minneapolis or St. Paul.
There are four public schools located in new Brighton, Bel Aire Elementary, Sunnyside elementary, high view middle school and iron Dale high school. The school district is 621. Some of the nearby private high schools attended by residents include Minnehaha Academy in Minneapolis, Breck school in Golden Valley or Totino Grace in Fridley.
New Brighton is a moderately priced suburb with a mix of single-family homes, townhomes as well as condominiums. Most of the homes were built in the 1950s and you can find a mix of sizes styles and price ranges. Several of the buyers looking in New Brighton will also search Arden Hills, Shoreview, Roseville and Mounds View due to their proximity and similar style homes.
Being a real estate agent that sells homes in New Brighton, I have noticed a lot of my clients like the area because of its location. 694 seems to be a pretty easy commute for them in and out of the city. Whenever I'm searching for homes and friendly for a client, I typically will also add new Brighton to the mix because again it's easy to hop on the highway for a commute plus it offers a lot of choices in real estate. The homes are reasonably priced, the neighborhoods are very nice and you get a lot for the money.
Use the interactive real estate sales graphs below for real-time statistics on the City of New Brighton. (All updated maps are based on every property in the city including single-family homes, townhomes and condos. For more specific information about a neighborhood, price range or style of home, contact Tom Sommers 952-994-7204.)
Median sales price in New Brighton
Average days on market over last three years in New Brighton
Average months’ supply of homes for sale in New Brighton (This is also referred to as the absorption rate. Meaning, if no other homes came on the market from this day forward it would take this number of months for all the homes to sell. 0 to 3 months is a seller's market, 4 to 6 months is an average market and 6+ months of inventory is typically a buyer’s market)
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* All data pertains to single-family homes