Brooklyn Park, MN

Brooklyn Park, Minnesota Real Estate

Brooklyn Park became a Township in 1858 and was incorporated in 1954. Located north of downtown Minneapolis it neighbors Brooklyn Center and Robbinsdale. Close to 694 and Highway 100 it's a quick and easy commute to anywhere in the city. Many home buyers like Brooklyn Park because you get a lot for your money when purchasing a home.

The majority of the homes located in Brooklyn Park are single-family homes. However you can find townhomes as well as condominiums. Prices start under $100,000 and go up from there. Brooklyn Park is pretty much built out at this point in the majority of the homes were built between the 1950s and the 1980s.

There are two high schools, parks Center high school and Champlin Park high school. The elementary and middle schools are divided up among three main school districts. The Osseo school district 279, Anoka Hennepin school district 11 in the Robbinsdale area school District 281.

Selling homes in Brooklyn Park has always been a challenge for me as a real estate agent because I feel that the city has gotten the short end of the stick. For a long time people would be concerned about the safety. That's simply not true, Brooklyn Park is a wonderful area to live in a. Like Brooklyn Center it has a lot of moderately priced homes and it's a great area to get into as a first-time homeowner. I've also noticed through the years that a lot of people that grew up in Brooklyn Park stay there because they love the area and the neighborhoods.

Use the interactive real estate sales graphs below for real-time statistics on the City of Brooklyn Park. (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 Brooklyn Park

Average days on market over last three years in Brooklyn Park

Average months’ supply of homes for sale in Brooklyn Park (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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