Monthly Archives: July 2016

Community Profiles: St. Louis Park & Golden Valley

Minneapolis suburbs thrive with activity during the summer. From water sports to holiday celebrations to community events, there’s always something going on. Nowhere is that more true than in the two communities we’re profiling this month: St. Louis Park and Golden Valley. Located within the first ring of Minneapolis suburbs, these communities make it easy to take full advantage of everything a summer in Minneapolis and its surrounding areas has to offer. St. Louis Park Bumping up against the hip Minneapolis neighborhood of Uptown along... view article »

Ask The Realtors About Buying And Selling A Home

At Julie and Daniel’s appearance yesterday on Twin Cities Live they were able to answer a few of the most common questions sent in by Facebook viewers that buyers and sellers have. Make sure to review these questions and their answers before starting your next real estate venture. Question 1: Melissa asked on our Facebook page: Who’s responsibility is it to make sure a newly remodeled home was done by license contractors and was permitted work? I purchased a flipped house only to find nothing... view article »

5 Tips for Being a Savvy Seller in a Seller’s Market

It’s a seller’s paradise in the Twin Cities right now. Houses are being snatched up in a matter of days—if not hours. But that doesn’t mean there aren’t things you can do as a seller to maximize the value of your home and strategically navigate the market. Julie and Daniel give sellers the following advice when getting ready to list their home in order to get the very best offer possible. 5 Tips for Being a Savvy Seller in a Seller’s Market Find the right... view article »

Ikea Loft Makeover

Desrochers Realty Group’s condo listing in downtown St.Paul was the perfect challenge for Ikea to come in and create their transformation. Julie Desrochers makes an appearance on Twin Cities Live to check it out. Ikea Loft Makeover Loft living can be chic. You’re downtown, in the hustle and bustle. But one thing that could be challenging is actually making those high ceilings and the open concept feel like home. It was a project the design team over at IKEA wanted to tackle. So we found... view article »