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Grand Rapids / Itasca County Area Real Estate Agent

Sharon Rasmussen

Move It Real Estate Group

(888) 346-5253

Sharon grew up in Rochester, Minnesota, but has lived in the Grand Rapids Area since 1977. As an owner of several businesses throughout the years, she has learned a great deal about understanding people's needs, and is able to offer a higher level of customer service and expertise in her real estate profession because of it.

 

Living in Northern Minnesota has given her an opportunity to juggle various interests along with her real estate career. Some of these business ventures include things such as: being the owner/operator of a restaurant, the raising of miniature cows, and operating a very successful wreathing business with thousands of finished wreaths each holiday season. Sharon loves having the ability to keep her creative juices flowing through these hobby/businesses that she enjoys so much, and spends her off hours with other hobbies like quilting, knitting and gardening.

 

But Sharon also has a strong history in real estate sales. First licensed in 1995, she has helped many families with their real estate needs throughout the years, and is able to bring a vast amount of knowledge to those searching for properties anywhere in the Itasca County market area. From waterfront parcels to off-water homes and businesses, she can help you understand values and give in-depth advice whether you are in the market to buy or sell.

 

Sharon recently added to her real estate career by obtaining SRES designation - Seniors Real Estate Specialist. Sharon decided to complete the course work for this designation because she enjoys working with seniors and helping them with the home selling and purchasing process to meet their needs. You can reach her any time by email or on her cell phone.

 

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About Grand Rapids / Itasca County Area

Lake-Filled Region of North Central Minnesota

 

Minnesota’s Itasca County features over 450 lakes, some being known as the clearest in the state. In addition to the lakes, it is surrounded by multiple state forests.

Grand Rapids, the county’s largest city, is becoming the hub of North Central Minnesota. The town offers shopping, dining, and lodging establishments along with the Itasca County Airport and Grand Itasca Hospital.

A 3-hour drive will bring you to Minneapolis or an hour will get you to Duluth or Bemidji.

 

Clear Waters and Picturesque Shores

 

Pokegama Lake is a recreational sensation located just outside the city of Grand Rapids. Summers at Pokegama are spent beaching, boating, water skiing, and fishing.

Sugar Lake, also known as Siseebakwet Lake, is one of the most beautiful lakes in the state. Its aqua blue waters and sandy shores mimic scenery you would see in the Mediterrean. Surprisingly, much of the lakeshore is left undeveloped and it is never overcrowded.

Deer Lake is another turquoise body of water, home to some of the region’s most sought-after lake property.

The Grand Rapids Area houses some of the state’s most desired rental and residential property due to these stunning lakes and hundreds more.

 

Year-Round Destination

 

Itasca County is more than a summer retreat; when snow falls people flock to this region for endless winter activities.

Home to so many great fishing lakes, it is called an “Ice Fisherman’s Paradise”. Some use snowmobiles to travel the frozen lakes while others explore the county’s web of forested trails.

Fat-tire biking is a great way to explore Minnesota’s winter landscape. Over 100 miles of biking trails are located in the area but the Tioga Recreation Area, Chippewa National Forest Trails, or the Legion Trail are best for winter biking.

Go to Mount Itasca for downhill skiing, snowmobiling, snow tubing, and more.

 

A Cultural Scene

 

Judy Garland from Wizard of Oz was born in Grand Rapids, where her childhood home still stands today. It is also a museum, containing the largest amount of collectibles from the movie.

Other great stops are the Children’s Discovery Museum, Macrostie Art Center, or Historic Century School. For even more outdoor enjoyment, visit Scenic State Park or take the Edge of the Wilderness Scenic Byway.

 

Desirable Lake Property

 

Grand Rapids is arguably the best destination in Minnesota, featuring breathtaking landscapes, year-round recreation, and a beautiful downtown.