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Rainy Lake / Rainy River Area Real Estate Agent

Cari Rostie

Move It Real Estate Group

(888) 346-5253

Cari was born and raised in International Falls, Minnesota, where she spent much of her youth playing sports and relaxing on Rainy Lake with friends. After high school, Cari moved to Duluth to play college volleyball at UMD, and then completed her degree at Bemidji State University.

 

Upon graduating, Cari took a summer job with a Bemidji construction firm framing apartment complexes in North Dakota. She enjoyed the physical work and stayed involved with the company for a number of years. Her interest in construction inspired her to pursue a real estate license, which became her stepping stone to a successful sales career.

 

Cari's construction experience proved priceless when dealing with her real estate customers at ERA Pederson & Associates in Bemidji, where her considerable success was honored with a Multi-Million Dollar Sales Award. After taking a break from real estate in 2007 to move back to International Falls, she decided it was time to get back into the line of work she enjoys most and is now thrilled to be on board with the Move It Real Estate Group. She realizes that helping buyers and sellers with their real estate needs is her true calling, and being able to provide this service around her home town of International Falls and Rainy Lake makes it even more worthwhile.

 

With a commitment to customer service second to none, Cari strives to make her buyers and sellers feel as though they are her only clients. In her real estate experience, she has built a strong base of loyal customers through dedication, ethics, and attention to detail. She is now bringing those same attributes to customers throughout Borderland.

 

Cari is looking forward to helping you with all of your real estate needs, so please give her a call anytime to find out how she can help you.

 

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About Rainy Lake / Rainy River Area

Far North Minnesota

 

Northern Minnesota is an incredibly scenic region, especially around the Rainy River and Rainy Lake. The waters lie on the Minnesota-Canada border and are part of Voyageurs National Park.

International Falls is along the Rainy River, where you will find restaurants, hotels, stores, Falls Memorial Hospital, and International Falls Airport.

The city is known as the “Icebox of the Nation” because its winter temperatures are consistently the lowest in the joined 48 states.

 

Vast Expanse of Water

 

The Rainy River is a beautiful, pristine waterway that travels 85 miles along the US-Canada border. The natural environment flourishes with wildlife, so a boating or fishing trip will be exciting.

Spanning 228,000 acres, Rainy Lake is naturally an attraction for water sports of all kinds. The lake is filled with over 2,000 islands that feature sandy beaches and rocky overhangs.

There are many secluded spots around the lake where you will have complete privacy. You can venture south along Rat Root River to Rat Root Lake for more quiet boating.

 

Voyagers State Park and Its Activities

 

Voyageurs National Park is the perfect destination for any adventurer or nature-lover--many residents of the lake are lucky enough to have it in their backyard.

The park spans 218,000 acres and offers 27 miles of trails. While hiking the forest, you can find hidden waterfalls and ancient rock formations.

It is one of the best places in the United States for viewing the northern lights. Sit by the lake to see the wavering colors reflect across the water.

 

Winter Fun

 

When the lakes freeze over, crews of snowmobilers get together to travel the area. Along with the lakes, Voyageurs offers 110 miles of snowmobiling trails.

Anglers can rent ice houses to fish atop the ice with comfort. In the woods, you might spot an owl, moose tracks, or slides made by an otter.

 

A Peaceful Retreat

 

The lakes, rivers, and forests of Northern Minnesota exude an intrinsic peacefulness that you will not find anywhere else.