A look back at the 2022 Twin Cities housing market and what’s in store for 2023

SPAAR, MAR and MNR held their annual joint Twin Cities housing market news conference on January 18 at the North Regional Hennepin County Library in which 2023 Presidents Brianne Lawrence, Jerry Moscowitz and Emily Green presented.
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2022 Leadership SPAAR Graduates

SPAAR is honored to announce the 2022 Leadership SPAAR Graduates
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Winter Social Highlights Captured From A Great Evening

SPAAR's 2023 Winter Social at The Saint Paul Hotel brought together nearly 200 members and guests for dinner, awards and installations.
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Introducing SPAAR’s 2023 President: Brianne Lawrence

As 2023 begins anew, Brianne Lawrence will serve as SPAAR's President.
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New Inspection Requirement For City of St. Anthony

On Tuesday, January 24, 2023, the City of St. Anthony is expected to pass an additional I/I point of sale inspection requirement that will impact all home sales in the city moving forward.
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2022 SPAAR Award Recipients

SPAAR's 2023 Winter Social at The Saint Paul Hotel brought together nearly 200 members and guests for dinner, awards and installations.
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SPAAR 2023 Book Club: Fixer Upper: How To Repair America’s Broken Housing System

Practical ideas to provide affordable housing to more Americans. Much ink has been spilled in recent years talking about political divides and inequality in the United States. But these discussions too often miss one of the most important factors in the divisions among Americans: the fundamentally unequal nature of the nation’s housing systems.
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Why Martin Luther King Jr. Day Is Important To Our SPAAR DEI Committee?

Each year, SPAAR's DEI Chair is invited to share their thoughts on Martin Luther King Jr. This year, Committee Chair Adriana Martinez shared MLK's importance to SPAAR's DEI Committee. Adriana is also the current president of NAHREP-TC.
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The Final Introduction of SPAAR’s 2022 Board of Directors: Meet 2022 President Mark Mason

As a kid who wanted to build stuff when he grew up, the career path from civil engineer to investor to Realtor® may be no surprise.
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