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Your Resource for Eastside Realty; Eastside Housin...

This upcoming November ABC Realty along with our partners will be holing an Eastside housing summit! The goal of this summit is to create a housing movement based and focused in East St. Paul. We will be hosting this summit in collaboration with our community partners. As a real estate brokerage, we strive to help buyers in our community to buy homes for their families! Don’t forget the date, November 12th, and please let us know in the comments what you’d like to see come out of this.

Your Resource for Eastside Realty; Summer Recap

We know we’ve been gone for a while but we’ve been busy! This summer we held our very first film series in partnership with the East Side Freedom Library. Focusing on housing and labor rights we showed three documentaries, Sold Out, Jim Crow in the North, and Detroit 48202. We finished off the film series with a community conversation where we had Jennifer Ho, the Minnesota Housing and Financing Agency Commissioner, and Kristin Guild, the Deputy Director of St.Paul’s Planning and Economic Development Department, speak. Overall, the film series was a huge success and we had as many as 140...
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Your Resource for Eastside Realty; Owning a Home

Throughout our closing the gap campaign we have spoke about the importance of home ownership. Therefore we believe it is important to highlight the exact benefits of owning your own home. Hopefully this info-graphic will help you or someone you know learn more about owning a home!

Your Resource for Eastside Realty; Continuing the ...

Hello! it has been a while since we’ve last posted but we are back! We’re back and ready to let you know about what we have cookin’ this summer. From June 25th to August 13th ABC Realty and the East Side Freedom Library are hosting a film series discussing housing and labor justice. There will be three films and two discussions; Sold Out, which is a local film that discusses how affordable housing is under attack. Jim Crow of the North, that explores the question of “Why does Minnesota have some of the worst racial disparities in the nation?”. Detroit...
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