Searching for that perfect investment property?Central Minnesota has many investment property options!We have properties listed from St. Cloud, Sauk Rapids, Waite Park, all the way to the metro!For
Investment Properties For Sale
Searching for that perfect investment property?
Central Minnesota has many investment property options!
We have properties listed from St. Cloud, Sauk Rapids, Waite Park, all the way to the metro!
For example, check out this great property listed by SCSU!
814 6th Avenue S, Saint Cloud, MN
Everyone has a different expectation when it comes to investment properties.
I like to see an 8-10% return on my cash (cash-on-cash / ROI)
Lower returns can be fine if the property is newer & low risk.
Another one of our great listings is this 4 plex!
(Click on the picture for more details)
530 13th Street S, Saint Cloud
Contact any of the great agents at Premier Real Estate for you investment property consultation
We pride ourselves in providing a superior level of informed, professional real estate services to buyers and sellers throughout Central Minnesota.
We have agents specializing in residential, commercial, multifamily, new construction, existing, investment properties, foreclosures/REO, and short sales with offices located in:
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Premier Real Estate specializes MANY areas around Central MN including Saint Cloud, Waite Park, Rice, Royalton, Sartell, Royalton, Little Falls, Cold Spring, Saint Joseph, Elk River, Monticello, Ramsey, Saint Michael, Andover, Ham Lake, Anoka, Champlin, Buffalo, Glencoe, Brownton, Silver Lake, Kandiyohi, Dassel, Minneapolis, Maple Grove, Saint Louis Park, Saint Paul, Robbinsdale, Crystal, New Hope, Brooklyn Center and more!
Passion for investing in real estate brought me to create Premier Real Estate Services in 2002. Ten years of purchasing & managing several rental properties, while assisting friends & clients with bot....
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