If you are a Minnesotan, you want a lake shore property north of the Minneapolis area. You can’t help it. It’s in your persona. You also want to catch walleyes and eat apple pie with crust made from real lard. You also want to stop at Treasure Island in Royalton to buy trinkets and polished agates. Summers at a MN lake cabin fill your childhood memory banks. If your folks did not own their own lake cabin, then you undoubtedly had friends that took you up north with them so you could go water-skiing. Alternatively, your parents might have pitched at tent along some peaceful Minnesota lakeshore, which was not the same as owning real lakefront property, but it was better than nothing. From then on, you vowed that you would create a better life for your children by purchasing some Crow Wing County MN lakeshore.
Here are some bank-owned Crow Wing County lake home foreclosures currently listed on the mls/idx system:
See all Crow Wing County lakefront foreclosures right here.
So far, you have let your family down. Your kids wouldn’t recognize a walleye if one knocked on your door. They sit in the basement and play brainless video games.
It no longer has to be that way. The Crow Wing County lakeshore foreclosure market has now made lake home ownership a real possibility. Also, rates could not possibly drop any further, and gas is cheap again. Inventory is plentiful, but savvy out-of-state investors have turned their attention toward this market.
Right now, the MN IDX/MLS system shows three foreclosed Crow Wing County lake homes, but some listings may not be showing on the IDX system or are not included in the Northstar Regional MLS feed. Call us for more comprehensive lists of MLS lake home listings. Also, you can call us to find out about potential short sale lakefront listings.