Maple Grove Homes For Sale

Maple Grove is located north of Minneapolis and is connected to highways 35W, 65, 242, and 610.  Maple Grove’s proximity to Minneapolis and its large undeveloped tracts of land have made it one of the fastest growing Twin Cities communities for several years in a row!  While some homes in Maple Grove have been around for more than thirty years, many of the houses are less than ten years old and there is still a large amount of building going on.

Maple Grove Homes for Sale

Maple Grove Condos and Townhomes for Sale

New Construction Homes in the Wayzata School District

About Maple Grove

With a population of more than 55,000, Maple Grove is one of the fastest growing suburbs in the Twin Cities. The population in Maple Grove is up 32 percent since 2000.

The city is also growing financially. According to city-data.com,. the median household income grew from $76,000 to more than $92,000 between 2000 and 2009. That 2009 figure was nearly 70 percent higher than the state average.

Maple Grove offers easy access to Minneapolis and St. Paul from its location on the northwest corner of the Twin Cities, as well as convenient access to the southwest suburbs via I-494. It’s 20 minutes from downtown Minneapolis and 30 minutes from downtown St. Paul, the Mall of America and Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport.

The education system has easily kept up with the rapid growth. Maple Grove test scores were 32.4 percent higher than the state average in math and 31.2 percent higher in reading (based on 2010 data). The city is served by 17 elementary schools, four junior high schools and three high schools.

The jewel of the city’s park system is the 15-acre Maple Grove Arboretum, which is part of nearly 1,000 acres of parkland and 35 miles of trails the city has to offer.

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Maple Grove, MN Real Estate

The MN real estate market is ever changing and fluid and that is no different in this city. This city was growing quickly in the mid-2000’s as housing hit its peak, but new construction activity has waned since then.  That still leaves lots of homes for sale as well as condos and townhomes to choose from, so there isn’t a shortage of real estate options in the city.  Minnesota is a wonderful place to live, work and play – Minnesota always ranks high on surveys of income, education, health and happiness. Minnesota is also lucky to have an unemployment rate substantially below the national average – owing in large part to a very broad employment base. This high employment also helps keep prices of homes for sale more stable than the east coast or west coast.