Average Price in Amador Twp: $135,000 / County Average: $338,588
Average Taxes in Amador Twp: $1,049 / County Average: $1,959
Average Cost Per Sqr Ft in Amador Twp: $90 / County Average: $159
Average Walkscore in Amador Twp: 0 / County Average: 13
Average Year Built in Amador Twp: 1900 / County Average: 1991
Average Days on Website in Amador Twp: 61 / County Average: 104
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5 acre farm house fixer upper. old home with lots of character...
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About Trust Real Estate Team
Located in the 11 county metro, The Trust Team is a leader in the Minnesota real estate market. The Trust Team was founded in 1978, yet represents the best of traditional market knowledge, cutting edge technology and top -notch customer service - all provided by 10 of the most experienced agents in the industry.
We combine the very latest in proprietary internet marketing, and make use of the most current and relevant real estate and social media platforms. We are considered leaders and innovators - always willing to try what is new, and use what is proven. Joe Niece, has more than 3000 past real estate clients, and is an information and renowned internet Guru. His wife Angela Niece and partners, Nikki Moeller, Matt Wolfe, Mike Finstad, Joe Jones, Cory Kingbay, Mary Ellen McGlone, and Stieg Strand have created a most unusual real estate team. 2015 was our best year ever with 498 satisfied clients which gave us the honor of being the #2 team in all of Minnesota. We want your business, promise your complete satisfaction and we are committed to your success !
In Zillow's own words they tell you the following:The Zestimate® home
"I listed my home with Angela because he had sold other homes in my area and her signs seem to go up and down quickly compared to most of the signs I see in the area. I decided to list with her and she told me he would market my home while I was getting it ready for showings. Two weeks later we took pictures and were ready to go on the market. She asked if he could bring one of the buyers that he had found thru all of his pre advertising things that she talked about when she listed my home. I thought that would be fine and his buyer wrote an offer. It was not full price and I told her buyer that I would agree to sell it to him if he changed his offer to full price. The buyer did and I did not have to show my home again. I was very happy with the price and everything went well and closed fine. "