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1148 Blue Heron Ct

Eagan , MN 55123

MLS#: 4703275

Single-Family Home

4 Bedrooms

3 full baths, 1 partial baths

4203 ft²

Lot size 0.51 acres

Built in 1989

School District: 196

Main Level Private Office

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Agent:

Keith Hittner

Broker Associate

 

612-720-2549

Keith Hittner

 

 

 

 

 

Hittner Group

7741 147th St W

Apple Valley MN 55124

 

   

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1148 Blue Heron Ct

For Sale
$449,987

See Full Details

View More Photos

Request Showing

Request More Info

Map View

Contact Agent

1148 Blue Heron Ct

Eagan , MN 55123

MLS#: 4703275

Single-Family Home

4 Bedrooms

3 full baths, 1 partial baths

4203 ft²

Lot size 0.51 acres

Built in 1989

School District: 196

Main Level Private Office

View More Details

Agent:

Keith Hittner

Broker Associate

 

612-720-2549

Keith Hittner

 

 

 

 

 

Hittner Group

7741 147th St W

Apple Valley MN 55124

 

   

equal housingEqual Housing Opportunity

 
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There are lots of good reasons to hire a moving company. It lowers your moving day stress, saves your back, and with the right company can ensure that your goods are safe from accidental damage. 

But for every sweet song of a smooth move, there are an equal number of "moving company blues" tunes out there. From a few sad notes of regret to total devastation, making a mistake when hiring a moving company can be an experience you'll never forget.
Here are some tips to help make the right move when it comes to choosing partners for your move:

1) Get in-house estimates for your move from anywhere between 2 to 4 companies. Many may say they don't need to see your stuff to estimate the cost, but the fact is a reputable company will want to see your place

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Moving is often listed as one of life’s most stressful events, but there are a few things you can do to make the transition easier. While you probably know some of the basic tips such as having a garage sale before you move, labeling your boxes by room, and filing “change of address” forms with everyone, there are some less-common tips which can save you time, money, and moving-day headaches.

Here are 5 often overlooked moving tips to help make your move a smooth one:

1. Measure doors at your destination and measure your large furniture. There’s no point in moving heavy, large objects if they won’t make it in the new house or condo. Find out what won’t fit and sell it before hand. You’ll save money on the move and the proceeds from the sale will

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One of the most important decisions you can make as a real estate investor is hiring the right property manage for your investment property. The difference between a cash-flow positive property and a drag on your finances can be an experienced, professional property manager.

You should always interview more than one property management company when you’re evaluating property managers, but do you know what to look for in a property manager? If not, these tips will help put you on the right path.

1. Find certified property managers first. Consult the National Association of Residential Property Managers (http://www.narpm.org/) to seek out property managers with certifications and designations.

2. Look for property managers with ten to fifteen miles

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The dream of home ownership is about more than just a stable place to live, exempt from the whims and decisions of landlords. For many, home ownership is a piece of the wealth building picture, essential to a future retirement or financial independence. The idea is pretty basic: You purchase a home and pay it down while hoping the value of the home increases over time. Generally speaking, this is what happens over a long enough period of time. As you go, you build what’s called “equity.”

Equity is defined as “the market value of a homeowner's unencumbered interest in their real property—that is, the sum of the home's fair market value and the outstanding balance of all liens on the property.” If you were to sell your home and pay off the balance of the

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We live in an area where extreme cold is likely during the winter months. Don’t risk thousands of dollars in plumbing repairs… take the time to protect your pipes from bursting. When water freezes in your pipes, the ice expands, adding to the overall pressure in your home’s plumbing. When this force builds, it can cause pipes to split. In addition to plumbing repairs, you might find yourself on the hook for flooding damage, too.

The pipes most at risk? Those exposed to the lowest temperatures, of course. This includes plumbing on the exterior of the home, in exterior walls, and exposed pipes in those unheated zones of your home. Did you know that even a frozen garden hose can cause enough pressure to split an interior pipe? Be sure to disconnect and

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Price per square footagePrice per square foot is a concept in real estate which is easy to understand and just as easy to misuse. The formula is pretty simple: To determine price per square foot, you take a price, such as sale price of a home, and divide it by the square footage of the property.

 Price per square foot is useful in looking at broad market comparisons, such as comparing one entire metro area to another, or looking at an area’s average change over time. It is not, however, terribly accurate in figuring out the value of your home.

 Why? Well, price per square foot fails to take into account the most important factors when pricing a home.

 First and foremost, it makes assumptions about the home’s amenities. We all know the quality of materials used in home

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Lowball OfferAs your agent we are required to bring you any and all offers made on your home, so once and a while you’ll receive what’s known as a “lowball” offer. Lowball offers are buyer offers which far fall below your asking price. Sometimes they’re so low that they only serve to make you angry.

 Don’t get angry! While selling your home is an emotional process, there are rational, effective strategies for dealing with the lowball offer. Sometimes the lowball offer can even turn into the right price if you handle negotiations the right way.

 1. Remain calm. Your urge may be to tell the buyer to go #*&@! themselves, but there’s nothing to be gained in making enemies.

 2. Understand that sometimes buyers aren’t familiar with true market value. They may be

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Meet Gina,At noon tomorrow Top Agent Gina Enderlein will be on the show live as we broadcast remote from the Rack Shack...

Posted by Hittner Group - Real Estate Chalk Talk Radio Show on Saturday, December 12, 2015
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