Twin Cities Suburbs Growing

According to the Minneapolis Star Tribune

New census data show the five suburban counties surrounding Minneapolis and St. Paul grew an average of 23 percent since 2000. That bucks a national trend in which most high-growth counties have been in the Sun Belt.

Some of the top growing counties included:
Anoka County at 11 percent
Carver County at 30 percent
Dakota County at 12 percent
Scott County at 45 percent
Washington County at 18 percent.

Once reason credited for the growth is that the state’s economy has done better than others.

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One Response to Twin Cities Suburbs Growing

  1. G Worthen says:

    Mary, I find this to be a great article. I just recently wrote an article on the Edina, Minneapolis, and St Louis Park home supply and demand. If you are interested at all, the article can be found here: http://www.mplspropertiesonline.com/blog/mnhousing-activity-in-edina-st-louis-park-minneapolis Keep up the good articles, I love continuing to learn and read all of the MN real estate blogs out there.

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