The number of closed sales made a dramatic rebound in Lino Lakes, Minnesota in 2009. After an over 25% decline in homes sold in 2008 in the Lino Lakes area, there was a similar resurgence of buyers in 2009. With the lower average price point, this was undoubtedly the result of the first time home buyer tax credit combined with bank owned and mediated inventory on the real estate market. It took about a couple of weeks longer to sell a home in Lino Lakes, Minnesota in 2009 but overall homes were selling in this Anoka County community. The number of new listings was up over 8% during the year, but that does not mean that inventory levels are high. In the lower price points, real estate inventory is very manageable. CLICK HERE for more Lino Lakes 2009 statistics by price point.