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Broker and Owner

Phone: (320) ***-****  HQ Phone
Local Address:  Minnesota , United States
Shoreland Real Estate Co
1511 E Minnesota St
Saint Joseph , Minnesota 56374
United States

Company Description: minnesota acreage with oener financing on contract for deed lakeshoe riverfront and wooded land
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John has been in real estate since 1977 and over the years he has kept his real estate service ethics the same: "work hard, offer excellent service for less cost, keep up with technology, return clients calls, and handle every aspect of my clients business myself".John feels strongly in his promise of personal client care with integrity.
With two partners, John helped form a real estate company now known as Equity Realty.They have seen rising prices, boom markets and slower markets.Through it all they've kept the best interest of their clients in the forefront.This client care has made them stand out in the area.
Before John received his real estate license, he taught high school for two years.He's been in the real estate and real estate development business full time since then.John has used his extensive experience to sell property and homes for clients as well as develop land and remodel homes for resale.He's been a partner in six real estate investment companies and is sole owner of Shoreland Real Estate Company, specializing in lake shore and river property.He is married and has two grown children.
John is grateful for the confidence and loyalty shown by his past clients.If you are interested in buying or selling, call John and let him give you the benefit of his many years experience and the assurance of knowing you are working with an agent who will put your interest first.
St. Cloud Times Online - Hometimes - Census data, 10 Aug 2001 [cached]
Four years ago, St. Joseph real estate agent John Dube sold a cabin on Pearl Lake near Kimball for $81,000.Earlier this year, he drove past the lot and saw the cabin had been replaced with a year-round home.
Simple economics and the quest for lakeshore living are making such conversions commonplace in Central Minnesota, local experts say.The trend is evident in 2000 census data showing Stearns County 22nd in the nation for loss of seasonal property from 1990 to 2000.
The number of Stearns' seasonal homes dropped 1,005, or 42 percent, in the decade.Among Minnesota counties, only St. Louis in the northeastern corner lost a greater number of seasonal properties.
Seasonal property prices have quadrupled in the past nine years, said Dube, owner of Shoreland Real Estate Co. since 1975.Even so, seasonal property is roughly half the price of existing year-round lake homes, tempting those who want a permanent place to spend $80,000 to $90,000 on a cabin lot that can be upgraded.Tax rates on seasonal homes have been reduced, but payments are roughly one-third less for a year-round property after accounting for homestead credit.
The relatively small number of lakes coupled with population growth in Central Minnesota intensifies the demand, Dube said.
"When we're growing as fast as we are population-wise, the natural progression is there's more people who want to live year-round on lakes," Dube said.
Some are retirees; others are commuting to jobs.
Most of Stearns County's lakeshore lies southwest of Cold Spring, just a half-hour drive from St. Cloud.Much of that lies in Munson Township, which has 273 seasonal homes -- 35 percent of all homes.
Areawide, many of the seasonal lots that remain are those on lots too small to meet individual septic and well requirements for a year-round home, Dube said.If piped sewage systems someday serve area lakes, even those smaller lots will be snatched up for year-round use, Dube predicted.
Long-term impact
Turning a seasonal lot into a year-round home means meeting environmental regulations.
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