Rose and the Monson & Larson Group did a fantastic job of marketing my condo. Rose provided excellent advice for staging. I was impressed that a professional photographer was hired to produce photos for marketing. In fact, the photos were outstanding. They made the property look even bigger and brighter than it was.

Rose came to our first meeting prepared with market comparisons and a suggested listing price. I listed the property for their suggested price. All efforts combined for a quick sale. The property went on the market on Thursday.

Multiple offers were received within a few days. And, the property was sold after four days at a few thousand dollars higher than asking price. If I ever have a property to buy or sell in the Twin City area, Lane and his team would be my first call. Their professional services produced outstanding results. I couldn't be happier.

Jeananne 


- Jeananne Bischke
Corcoran

Considering moving to Corcoran, Minnesota? The Monson & Larson Real Estate Group is a progressive, cutting edge real estate company that has experience buying and selling in Corcoran, and knows the Corcoran real estate market well. Below you will find an overview of the Corcoran community. Contact us today to get started! 

 

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Overview:

Located in Hennepin County, Corcoran is tucked away to the northwest of Minneapolis. It is away from the hustle and bustle of the big city but still close by. With a population of over 6,000 residents and an area covering 36 square miles, it’s truly a hidden gem waiting to be discovered.  

 

History:

More than 150 years ago, Mr. Patrick B. Corcoran stuck his stake into section 23 and planted the seeds of the City of Corcoran. He started the first school, built the first store, and was the first to hold the position of Postmaster. The first house, however, was built by Benjamin Pounder in 1855. The first road in Corcoran, the Minneapolis and Monticello State Road, was laid out in 1858. Several churches were founded in the mid-to-late-1800s, and catered to various nationalities, including Irish, German, and French families. The town was organized at a meeting held at the house of Patrick B. Corcoran on May 11, 1858, and was named Corcoran in honor of its founder. Many familiar names in Corcoran today date back to the earliest settlers.

 

Economy:

Corcoran is primarily an agricultural and recreational region.

 

Education:

Corcoran is served by the following public schools: Wayzata #284, Rockford #883, Delano #879, Osseo #279, and Buffalo #877

 

Parks and Recreation:

The City's Parks and Trails Commission has worked diligently to provide safe and beautiful shelters and facilities, parks and open spaces. These facilities include a Civic Center, Memorial Gardens, Ballfields, Parks and Ice Rinks. All are open to the public and available to lease for private gatherings.

 

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