Pine County, MN Real Estate News

By William Feela, Realtor, Whispering Pines Realty 651-674-5999 No.
(WHISPERING PINES REALTY)
Sturgeon lake, MN.15 acres to build on.Mostly open lends itself for a great Hobby Farm.Tar Road on one side and gravel on another.All high with exception of one small corner.Open to all builders, and to all styles of housing. Possible C4Deed.Call me now...651-674-5999.This one won't disappoint. 
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By William Feela, Realtor, Whispering Pines Realty 651-674-5999 No.
(WHISPERING PINES REALTY)
Deer, Beat, Turkey, pheasant and more.Land has been managed for a variety of wildlife.A great mix of low, high and transitional lands.Hard wood provide mast for many of the creatures.Select cutting of parts have given way to a large amount of browse.If you are a serious hunter now is the time to check this out. Located in southern Pine County of Minnesota.  Give me a call at 651-674-5999 for all the information.
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By Bob Crane, Forestland Experts! 715-204-9671
(Woodland Management Service / Woodland Real Estate, EXP)
Pine County Minnesota, Half Million Acres of Forest, Just North of the Cities     I am very familiar with this area, having grown up just across the river in Polk County Wisconsin.   Pine County, conveniently located along Hwy 35 between the Twin Cities and Duluth is a heavily forested area teaming with wildlife. Pine County is home to 555 thousand acres of quality forest land. Deer, Bear, Wolves, Grouse, Waterfowl, and and more find this part of Minnesota to be a great place to live with plentiful forestland and wetlands. The county hosts 100 thousand  acres of Oak forests, 77 thousand acres of Northern Hardwoods, and 255 thousand acres of Aspen forests.  All of which make great habitat for the plentiful wildlife of the area.   When you are ready to own a piece of this great wildlife ...
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By William Feela, Realtor, Whispering Pines Realty 651-674-5999 No.
(WHISPERING PINES REALTY)
You will not find this parcel on the MLS or any other site (Unless it has been high jacked!)This my own private hunting acreage.It has been manages for trophy deer for the most part and the results are getting better every year.Mix of mature oaks, farmland, and low parts.  Looking for a great piece of land for recreation?   This Pine County, Minnesota land is just 60-90 Min.. from Minneapolis and St. Paul Give me a call for all details...651-674-5999
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By Joel Friday, Make sure your home is "SOLD by Friday!"
(Keller Williams Classic Realty)
Where is Rutledge? Start your business here.Real estate market data in Pine County MN 55795 by Joel Friday of Keller Williams Classic RealtyWelcome to 2638 County Road 39 Rutledge MN Click here for more photos and detailsRight in the heart of downtown Rutledge. Value here is the shop. 58 x 122, over 50% heated with concrete floor. Office, electric, water in building. Once used as a mechanic's shop. Potential to be rezoned commercial again. Open a mechanic shop, storage rental or a bike rental store as Willard Munger trail is a block away. You can think of other great ideas. Home needs some work. Call Joel today at 612-868-6287 for current status and details.Rutledge is on Historic Route 61 just north on Hinckley on the Willard Munger State recreational trail. Lake shore homes in Pine co...
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By Bob Crane, Forestland Experts! 715-204-9671
(Woodland Management Service / Woodland Real Estate, EXP)
555 thousand acres of Forested Wildlife Habitat; Pine County Minnesota    I am very familiar with this area, having grown up just across the river in Polk County Wisconsin.   Pine County, conveniently located along Hwy 35 between the Twin Cities and Duluth is a heavily forested area teaming with wildlife.       Pine County is home to 555 thousand acres of quality forest land. Deer, Bear, Wolves, Grouse, Waterfowl, and and more find this part of Minnesota to be a great place to live with plentiful forestland and wetlands. The county hosts 100 thousand acres of Oak forests, 77 thousand acres of Northern Hardwoods, and 255 thousand acres of Aspen forests.  All of which make great habitat for the plentiful wildlife of the area. When you are ready to own a piece of this great wildlife habit...
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By Vern Eaton, Realtor 651-674-7449
I am not much of a writer so blogging isn't a strong point for me. But, I am feeling great and just feel I want to extend a Thanksgiving wish to all. I ask but one thing and that is to be careful in your travels and with the cold weather, watch the kiddies on newly frozen waters. Be Safe!
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By William Feela, Realtor, Whispering Pines Realty 651-674-5999 No.
(WHISPERING PINES REALTY)
WE went to the county Fair in Pine City, Mn. this evening. Took the 5 year old Grand Daughter. We had a great time. Made one mistake...NO CAMERA. WE hhit all the kiddie rides and there were smiles on most all the kids. WE played a few of the rigged games and came away with a couple of stuff toys. All in all, I think I may have had more fun the the kids.     The fair goes on until Sunday.
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By Randi Brammer, Accountant & Tax Preparer
(Randi Brammer, Acctg.)
Those of you who filed for an extension of this years returns...the time is near. You have about 3 weeks to get filed and calanders are starting to fill up. Step one is to call your tax preparer and set up an appointment.  That gives you a deadline. If you wait and do it tomorrow...Well, tomorrow never comes and then it is to late.
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By William Feela, Realtor, Whispering Pines Realty 651-674-5999 No.
(WHISPERING PINES REALTY)
I posted this photo a few years back.  Just amazing how some people fix things. Now I am showing this as one of my listings. There is an interested party. The home inspector will be there tomorrow. Is he in for a surprise.  Yes, those are old fashioned screw jacks under each of the posts.   i also have a contractor coming to give a bid on fixing this...or to tell us to tear it down.
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By Randi Brammer, Accountant & Tax Preparer
(Randi Brammer, Acctg.)
I am working 18+ hours a day trying to keep up with doing taxes before the deadline. Callers are getting upset because I tell them I can't be sure I can get them done at this point. I know I am not the only one at this point like that. 4 more days and I will take a break for at least a couple of days. On the 15th, I will be doing extensions, but only if I have your information by the 14th.
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By Randi Brammer, Accountant & Tax Preparer
(Randi Brammer, Acctg.)
Said it before, but tax day is only 8 days away. It has been a busy year. Many people have taken my advice and filed extensions early. Time is running out and myself and others only have so much time to work. If you have not called for an appointment...do it NOW! Penalties and interest will kill you.
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By Randi Brammer, Accountant & Tax Preparer
(Randi Brammer, Acctg.)
You have just a month to file your taxes. Accountants get real busy this time of the year. But, there is a whole group that will wait until the end to file an extension. If you know you are going to  need an extension...do it now! Get it out of the way while we have enough time to work on them. Postman is coming down the road is NOT enough time to get the extension ready.  
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By Vern Eaton, Realtor 651-674-7449
I have been hearing about a new Movie about Noah. Have not seen any of the trailers yet, but friends who have are not impressed. But it did make me thing about this cartoon I saw a long time ago. With all the complaining about the weather and such I thought a smile to start the day was in order.  
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By Randi Brammer, Accountant & Tax Preparer
(Randi Brammer, Acctg.)
While we don't know all the implications of the new law, we do know that there will be some. Especially for higher wage earners. But low wage earners need to be watchful also. You need to get informed NOW so you are ready for next year.\ Talk to a Tax Professional soon and don't be caught in the dark.    
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By Randi Brammer, Accountant & Tax Preparer
(Randi Brammer, Acctg.)
If you need or want your refund fast, it is time to get your taxes made out. Calls are coming in fastand I have been busy already. Also, the more refunds that get filed the slower it will be for you to receive your refund. Don't wait!  Make your appointment now!
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Yes, there is a lot of snow out there. But, no leaves. For hunters, now is a great time to see the Deer activity and other wildlife by the trails. No leaves let's you see the terrain and the high and low areas. Call for permission to walk the land.  Strap on the snow shoes and explore.  Some sellers will allow you to use your snowmobile or ATV's, but ask permission first. It is never to early to start planning your purchase.  
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By Bob Crane, Forestland Experts! 715-204-9671
(Woodland Management Service / Woodland Real Estate, EXP)
Pine County Minnesota, 555 thousand acres of Forested Wildlife Habitat    I am very familiar with this area, having grown up just across the river in Polk County Wisconsin.   Pine County, conveniently located along Hwy 35 between the Twin Cities and Duluth is a heavily forested area teaming with wildlife.       Pine County is home to 555 thousand acres of quality forest land. Deer, Bear, Wolves, Grouse, Waterfowl, and and more find this part of Minnesota to be a great place to live with plentiful forestland and wetlands. The county hosts 100 thousand acres of Oak forests, 77 thousand acres of Northern Hardwoods, and 255 thousand acres of Aspen forests.  All of which make great habitat for the plentiful wildlife of the area. When you are ready to own a piece of this great wildlife habita...
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By Randi Brammer, Accountant & Tax Preparer
(Randi Brammer, Acctg.)
When it comes to thanksgiving, everyone has a different system. Sometimes it depends on what you are having to eat. So, for the fun of it...When you first get up in the morning and start getting things ready... What is the first thing you do? Let's have some fun with this.  Guys you can join in also I am sure.  
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By Randi Brammer, Accountant & Tax Preparer
(Randi Brammer, Acctg.)
NOW!!! I see people all the time that say...I wish I woulda... When you are prepareing this years taxes...start thinking about next years. Capital improvments are a big one.  Which ones are needed and which ones are just right for the timing. The best time to save on your tax Bill for next year is TODAY!!!
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