Meet Minnesota’s Exclusive Home Buyer Agents

Buyers Real Estate Group is a Minneapolis-based real estate agency focusing on the Greater Minneapolis / St Paul area. We lead the industry by having Real Estate Agents who exclusively represent Home Buyers. Let us help you find the right house today!

When you work with Buyers Real Estate Group, you have an Exclusive Buyer Agent. We have been exclusvely representing home buyers for 22+ years and our agents have an average of 15 years representing buyers in Minnesota. That means we represent the best interests of home buyers at all times. We never represent the seller. We specialize in representing home buyers in the Minneapolis / St Paul area.

We are professional, licensed real estate agents that can show properties to a home buyer in the Twin Cities without the possibility of representing the seller side of the table at the same time. Few other real estate agents can say they help you avoid dual agency!

So if you’re looking for a townhouse, condo, single family home or investment, please give us a call at 612-247-0240.

If you’d like to request a private meeting with an experienced realtor to discuss your situation call 612-247-0240 to get that set up at a time that works for you. We are happy to meet to discuss how we can support your home buying plans better than any other realtors!

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The Skinny from the Mpls Area Association of Realtors

Here’s the latest on the housing market from July 2017

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Get the dirty job clean: How to clean your mattress

HouseLogic is always full of great tips for home owners, seller and buyers. This month we’re going to take a look at their advice for getting the worst jobs done. Maybe you can get a neighbor kid to help before school starts or maybe you can roll up your sleeves and enjoy a job well done. Tip 9…

#9 Sprinkle Your Mattress With Baking Soda
Your mattress needs a springtime refresh, too, but you sure can’t toss it in the washing machine. Cleaning gurus recommend dragging your mattress outside, beating it, and letting the sunshine help freshen it, then dragging it back in. But who has the muscle for that? This is much easier: Use a kitchen strainer to sprinkle baking soda over its surface and let sit for an hour or longer. Longer is better. Then use your vacuum’s upholstery attachment to suck up the odor-absorbing soda.

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Get the dirty job clean: How to clean the range filter

HouseLogic is always full of great tips for home owners, seller and buyers. This month we’re going to take a look at their advice for getting the worst jobs done. Maybe you can get a neighbor kid to help before school starts or maybe you can roll up your sleeves and enjoy a job well done. Tip 8…

#8 Boil Your Range Filter
There’s no need to scrub the grease and grime off your range filters. Use a bit of baking soda and your largest pot instead. Set the water to boil, slowly add 1/2 cup of baking soda, and submerge your filters for about five minutes. (Make sure to dump the water somewhere safe. Grease in the drain is even worse than grimy filters.)

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Get the dirty job clean: How to clean crayon marks

HouseLogic is always full of great tips for home owners, seller and buyers. This month we’re going to take a look at their advice for getting the worst jobs done. Maybe you can get a neighbor kid to help before school starts or maybe you can roll up your sleeves and enjoy a job well done. Tip 7

#7 Get Rid of Crayon Marks with Goo Gone
Removing evidence of your toddler’s overactive imagination from your gorgeous white walls can be a struggle, but a little bit of Goo Gone (traditionally used to clean sticker residue) will remove the crayon and your headache. Spray it on the drawing, wait a moment, and wipe it off cleanly — without exhausting your arms.

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Get the dirty job clean: How to clean the garage

HouseLogic is always full of great tips for home owners, seller and buyers. This month we’re going to take a look at their advice for getting the worst jobs done. Maybe you can get a neighbor kid to help before school starts or maybe you can roll up your sleeves and enjoy a job well done. Tip 6…

#6 Make Your Leaf Blower Multi-Task to clean the garage
Forget the broom and rags when you’re cleaning out the garage. Whip out your leaf blower and let it blow all the dust, debris, and dead bugs (yuck!) away from the floor and shelving. Just be sure to put away light-weight things could accidentally get blown out with the trash.

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Get the dirty job clean: How to clean the showerhead

HouseLogic is always full of great tips for home owners, seller and buyers. This month we’re going to take a look at their advice for getting the worst jobs done. Maybe you can get a neighbor kid to help before school starts or maybe you can roll up your sleeves and enjoy a job well done. Tip 5…

#5 Tie a Bag of Vinegar Around Your Showerhead
Mineral build-up on your showerhead can cause low water pressure and wonky water streams. But it’s easy to clean them without removing them. Using a rubber band, attach a bag of vinegar to your showerhead, making sure all the holes are submerged in the vinegar, and soak it overnight. Voila . Good as new.

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Get the dirty job clean: How to clean carpet stains

HouseLogic is always full of great tips for home owners, seller and buyers. This month we’re going to take a look at their advice for getting the worst jobs done. Maybe you can get a neighbor kid to help before school starts or maybe you can roll up your sleeves and enjoy a job well done. Tip 4…

#4 Iron Out Bad Carpet Stains
Don’t spend an hour scrubbing out that nasty, set-in carpet splotch. Iron it out instead. Spritz a solution of one part vinegar, three parts water on the stain, and lay a clean cotton cloth on top. Turn your iron to its highest steam setting and run it over the stain for about 10 seconds to transfer the stain to the cloth and off your carpet.

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Get the dirty job clean: How to clean vents

HouseLogic is always full of great tips for home owners, seller and buyers. This month we’re going to take a look at their advice for getting the worst jobs done. Maybe you can get a neighbor kid to help before school starts or maybe you can roll up your sleeves and enjoy a job well done. Tip #3…

#3 Run Floor Vents Through the Dishwasher Scour as you might, removing all the accumulated dirt and dust from your floor and ceiling vents can be a spring cleaner’s nightmare. If yours are made of aluminum or steel, there’s a shortcut to spic-and-span: Just run them through the dishwasher on a water-only cycle.

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Get the dirty job clean: How to clean burners

HouseLogic is always full of great tips for home owners, seller and buyers. This month we’re going to take a look at their advice for getting the worst jobs done. Maybe you can get a neighbor kid to help before school starts or maybe you can roll up your sleeves and enjoy a job well done. Tip…

#2 Soak Stove Burners in Ammonia
Your stove burners take the bulk of the greasy, gunky mess during cooking, so do them a favor and give them a good cleaning. Don’t worry: No scrubbing involved. To clear the crud, combine your stove burners and 1/4 cup ammonia in a plastic bag and let sit overnight. They should come clean with a light sponge the next day

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Get the dirty job clean: How to clean the tub

HouseLogic is always full of great tips for home owners, seller and buyers. This month we’re going to take a look at their advice for getting the worst jobs done. Maybe you can get a neighbor kid to help before school starts or maybe you can roll up your sleeves and enjoy a job well done. Tip #1…

#1 Break Out the Drill on Your Bathtub
Cleaning a grungy tub can be back-breaking work. But here’s a genius idea that’ll save you time and sweat: Use your drill. Simply attach a scrubby (or a foam ball polishing attachment if you happen to have one) and use it to do the scrubbing for you. Look in the automotive section for the attachment, which is made specially for tackling grime without scratching surfaces.

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