Map of the United States of America

Minnesota Overview

Population 5.3 million
Capital St. Paul
Largest Cities Minneapolis, St. Paul, Rochester, Duluth, Bloomington
Topography Forests, lakes, rivers
Climate Cold winters and hot summers
Time Zone Central Time/GMT -6
Lifestyles Arts and entertainment, city life, gambling, lake, professional sports, university city
Important Annual Events January-February: St. Paul Winter Carnival. August-September: Minnesota State Fair, St. Paul.
Popular Real Estate Locations Minneapolis/St. Paul

Best Minnesota Real Estate

Back to Your Map Search


Minnesota State Capitol

Minnesota is located on the northern border of the United States. Called the “Land of 10,000 Lakes,” Minnesota is known for its beautiful scenery and outdoor activities, including fishing, canoeing, skiing, and golfing. Casinos across the state attract famous entertainers and offer great golf experiences as well.

The Minneapolis–St. Paul area is widely known for its artistic and cultural offerings, including many theaters, galleries, and arts centers. Professional sports include football, baseball, and ice hockey, with games throughout the year. The most popular attraction in the area is the famous Mall of America with an indoor amusement park, more than 520 stores, and more than 400 live events annually.

Minnesota real estate includes urban lofts and high-rises, historic neighborhoods, suburban golf course developments, luxurious estates, lakefront houses, hunting properties, and more. Real estate in Minnesota gives residents easy access to city amenities and to rural retreats, making properties here great investments for primary residences or second homes.

Featured Properties

Connect With Us

Support Center

If you have any questions, difficulties, comments, or suggestions regarding the site, please email