A Sioux Falls real estate firm is growing.
Great efforts over the past year have paid off as the Sioux Empire Home Builders Care Foundation’s Charity Home sold on Monday, July 7. After being on the market for less than a week, the home sold for over asking price.
According to the Realtor Association of The Sioux Empire pending sales were up 25 percent in June.
Jim Dunham is developing two more apartment complexes in Sioux Falls.
Hegg Realtors is growing. The Sioux Falls-based firm has acquired Town and Country Realty.
Construction crews have begun work on a 214-unit housing complex on Ellsworth Air Force Base designed to address a long-standing housing need.
The need for affordable housing options in Sioux Falls is growing. There are more than 3,800 households on the waiting list right now. Two organizations are teaming up to fill the need.
People were in the home buying mood in May. Pending home sales in the Sioux Falls area were up 35 percent to 590 homes. More people listed their homes and prices continued to rise. The median sales price increased 3 percent to $162,000.
All six old homes are now gone on Second Avenue between 13th and 14th Streets and construction of townhomes called The Residence is underway.
Community development is an ongoing process for Sioux Falls, one that now includes a new resource for people searching for a home.
Sanford Health is building a new parking lot for its employees, demolishing 23 homes in the process. The project forced many central Sioux Falls families to move.
From lawns to landscaping, contractors are putting the finishing touches on homes in Sioux Falls, Harrisburg, Tea and Madison.
Home sales for April were down nearly 13 percent in the city of Sioux Falls, but prices continue to rise.
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