Saint Paul, MN

St. Paul, Minnesota Real Estate

St. Paul is the capital of Minnesota and located in the County of Ramsey. It's the second most populous city in the state of Minnesota next to Minneapolis. It borders the Mississippi River which divides it from Minneapolis. Also known as part of the Twin Cities.

St. Paul covers 56.18 mi.² with an average of over 300,000 residents. Every shape size and price range you can think of is available for housing. Mostly single-family homes there are townhomes, condominiums as well as duplexes in all parts of the city. Different areas and neighborhoods of the city differ vastly in price. Many residents love living in St. Paul because of the a variety of restaurants and retail. Not to mention all of the parks in the school system.

St. Paul is home to the XL energy center where the Minnesota wild hockey team plays, the science Museum of Minnesota, the Minnesota State fair as well as the Cathedral of St. Paul.

St. Paul has always been a fun place to sell homes. The architecture of so many of the homes is absolutely stunning plus you have so many little interesting neighborhoods like Mac Groveland and Highland Park. Highland Park is one of my absolute favorite neighborhoods. It reminds me a lot of 50th in France in Edina. The neighborhoods south of 94 off of Snelling have that classic St. Paul feel. Now with the light rail running up and down University Avenue it's so easy to commute to Minneapolis. I can give my clients hundreds of reasons as to why living in St. Paul is wonderful.

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

Average days on market over last three years in Saint Paul

Average months’ supply of homes for sale in Saint Paul (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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