Home of four major sports franchises, the nation's second largest mall, and over 20,000 miles of outdoor skiing, hiking, and snowmobiling trails, Minnesota is a great place to rent homes, townhomes, or condos.
Whether you’re looking for cabin homes overlooking the majestic Lake Superior, countryside houses among Minnesota’s prairie and forestlands, or condos in the heart of the bustling and busy Twin Cities, we’ve got all the information you need for making the move to Minnesota.
Renter Resources for Minnesota
Before moving to any new area, it’s important to be informed about renter rights and regulations. The following websites will help you get familiar with Minnesota rental laws, as well as other important aspects of Minnesota.
1) For renter and tenant rights and regulations, click here (http://portal.hud.gov/hudportal/HUD?src=/states/minnesota/renting/tenantrights).
2) For information regarding census and employment data, click here (http://www.positivelyminnesota.com/)
3) To learn more about Minnesota cities and the state’s attractions, click here (http://www.exploreminnesota.com/travel-ideas/itineraries/index.aspx)
The Source of the Mississippi
Minnesota is where the great Mississippi River begins, but this river is only one of over 10,000 water attractions found in Minnesota. Bordering Lake Superior and containing over 13 million acres of water surface area, Minnesota is a paradise for outdoor watersports. Ice fishing, fly fishing, boating, sailing, swimming, waterskiing and ice-yachting are some of the many activities enjoyed by Minnesotans.
In addition to watersports, Minnesota is home to whitetail deer, bobcats, black bears, various game fowl, and the highest timber wolf population in the lower 48 states. These animals thrive in the wetlands, open prairies, and peaceful, birch, poplar and pine forests of this diverse state.
Minneapolis and St. Paul, commonly referred to as the Twin Cities, make up the urban center of Minnesota. Renowned for its fine arts, the Twin Cities house the famed Guthrie Theater, several acting troupes and modern art museums, dance production companies and orchestral groups. The arts are beloved among community members and well-supported.
With a population of over 3 million, Minneapolis-St. Paul is a thriving urban center with an exciting night life and nationally famous shopping centers. As home to the NFL’s Vikings, the NBA’s Timberwolves, hockey’s Minnesota Wilds, and baseball’s Minnesota Twins, you’ll have plenty to cheer for. Minnesota also has several zoos, theme parks, and water parks to keep you busy throughout the summer.
A Place to Call Home
With diverse outdoor activities and a thriving cityscape, Minnesota is an exceptional place to live. Begin researching rental options now and prepare for the adventure of a lifetime.
For more information on what Minnesota has to offer, visit the state’s official website here (http://mn.gov/portal/) or see the short “Explore Minnesota Living guide at (http://www.positivelyminnesota.com/Data_Publications/Publications/All_Other_DEED_Publications/PDFs/Explore_Minnesota_Living.pdf)