Monthly Archives: February 2013

Who Would Do a Deed in Lieu of Foreclosure?

Is it really all that surprising that a bank’s proposal to offer a deed in lieu of foreclosure might not exactly be in a homeowner’s best interest?

On the surface, it might sound like a good idea. You give the bank a deed and it stops bothering you. … Continue reading

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Real Estate & Mortgage News 2/28/2013

Check these posts: One Russian Lawmaker’s Florida Real Estate Problem – The Atlantic on Feb 27, 2013 at Real Estate:

One Russian Lawmaker’s Florida Real Estate Problem
The Atlantic
Embattled anti-corruption campaigner and opposition political … Continue reading

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Minnesota minimum wage fight opens in House

Jessica English, a 34-year-old homeless mother of four, asks legislators to raise the minimum wage during a House Select Committee on Living Wage Jobs joint hearing with Labor, Workplace and Regulated Industries Committee at the State Office Building i… Continue reading

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A Sacred Place in Lake Minnetonka’s History

Breezy Point/Spirit Knob was regarded by the Dakota Indians as the most important point on Lake Minnetonka. Continue reading

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A Sacred Place in Lake Minnetonka’s History

Breezy Point/Spirit Knob was regarded by the Dakota Indians as the most important point on Lake Minnetonka. Continue reading

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VIDEO: Educators Flock to Minnetonka for Lessons in Technology

Educators from across the midwest toured Minnetonka schools late last week to see how technology is utilized across the district. Continue reading

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VIDEO: Minnetonka Does the Harlem Shake

Clay Borrell announced on YouTube Tuesday that he “Got my school to do a Harlem Shake video.” The Harlem Shake is the most recent dance craze to blast the country and has made its way to Minnetonka High School . Continue reading

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The Length of Time to Sell a House Depends on Your Market

The answer to how long does it take to sell a house depends on your marketplace.

Being able to sell your home within a few weeks or a few months depends on a lot of variables, some of which a seller or the listing agent cannot dictate. Market conditi… Continue reading

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Respithera LLC and Minnetonka Medical Technology Inc. to Partner…

Respithera, LLC., and Minnetonka Medical Technology Inc., today announced that they have agreed to collaborate to develop respiratory support products incorporating minimally invasive neuromodulation technologies using concepts and patents owned by Res… Continue reading

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Help Advocate for Hopkins Schools

Editor’s Note: The following announcement comes from Hopkins’ Legislative Action Coalition, which helps the school district advocate for education-related legislation. Continue reading

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