David Hack

(6 Reviews)

David Hack – Your Itasca County Real Estate Expert and REALTOR® Whether you’re buying, selling or simply exploring the possibilities of homeownership, you’ll want to work with a professional who can provide the most reliable market… View more >>

Jackie Lawson

(6 Reviews)

Jackie Lawson is a lifelong resident of Itasca County and outdoor enthusiast participating in many outdoor activities including fishing, hunting, and snowmobiling. Many know her as “Pinky” Jetland’s daughter from Pinky’s Bait. Jackie is a… View more >>

Pam Gilhousen is the realtor with “house” in her name. Pam is a realtor, ASP® (Accredited Staging Professional) and has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Interior Design. Pam provides staging consultations because she believes… View more >>

Cody Presley

(6 Reviews)

Cody Presley is a native of Itasca County and graduated from St. Scholastica with his Bachelor’s degree in Business Management and Marketing. Cody has significant knowledge of the Northern Minnesota area, a strong work ethic,… View more >>

Terri Haapoja

(6 Reviews)

As a kid growing up on Pokegama Lake, Terri Haapoja  spent most of her summers on the water. She loved everything about lake life, from panfishing to waterskiing. This appreciation for the beautiful lakes and… View more >>

Luke Garner

(6 Reviews)

Over 9 years’ experience in the following fields: Marketing, Sales, and Negotiations. Luke Garner’s, willingness to adapt to today’s technology, sets him apart in the Real Estate industry. He’s committed to helping his clients produce… View more >>

Brett Beckfeld

(6 Reviews)

Brett Beckfeld began selling real estate in January of 2013. His passion, energy, attention to detail and charisma are all skills sets that will benefit any buyer and seller. Brett brings innovative marketing techniques to… View more >>

Molly Tulek

(6 Reviews)

Molly Tulek grew up in the Grand Rapids area and feel fortunate to have been able to move back to this community in 2008. Molly is passionate about the needs and goals of her clients,… View more >>

Wendy Uzelac

(6 Reviews)

Wendy Uzelac opened her RE/MAX Thousand Lakes office 16 years ago. She has spent more than 27 years as a real estate professional, keeping the needs of clients front and center. Her years of getting… View more >>

Clint Corrow

(6 Reviews)

Clint Corrow graduated from Anoka Vocational Technical College with a degree in Landscape design and began buying and selling real estate in 1992. Clint’s expertise comes from a vast knowledge of property values and current… View more >>

Grand Rapids, Minnesota, birthplace of the talented Judy Garland, was originally a Mississippi River logging town where lumber was transported by waterway to larger cities. Today, at the Forest History Center, costumed guides will demonstrate life in a logging camp and the importance of the industry at the turn of the 20th century. The downtown paper mill facility is now owned by UPM Blandin Forestry, a leading North American producer of high quality catalog and magazine printing paper.

Located in Itasca County, with its 1,000+ lakes, the area is a wonderland of water, forest and wildlife. The small-town population grows substantially when summer residents return, and tourists fill the resorts. Golf courses, festivals, fishing and lake activities provide entertainment and relaxation for people from Minnesota and beyond.

The town is located at the edge of the Wilderness Scenic Byway on Highway 38 and is roughly equidistant from Bemidji on the west and Duluth to the east. This small city has churches, public and private schools, parks, beaches and fishing piers.

Space for activities is no problem in Grand Rapids. The Sports Complex includes ball fields, picnic and play areas, while Grussendorf Park offers tennis courts, pickleball, softball, basketball and an outdoor hockey rink. The IRA Civic Center provides ice rental for hockey and figure skating as well as space for conventions, wedding receptions, banquets and trade shows.

Grand Rapids has appeal and promise for a variety of lifestyles and ambition. Housing includes in-town, single-family homes, lakeshore properties, seasonal and investment homes. For outdoor enthusiasts, there’s hunting land and acreage for future development. The city of Grand Rapids actively encourages business development and growth. For those who are tired of the urban hustle and bustle and want a more relaxing pace, there are plenty of business opportunities available.

If you’re contemplating buying or selling a home in the historic town of Grand Rapids or opening a new business, residential and commercial real estate agents are ready to offer their expertise. To help you gain the best advice and support, here are our recommendations for the best 10 real estate agents in Grand Rapids, Minnesota. Their knowledge of the city and all it has to offer will help you find the best outcome for your real estate needs. Contact one or more of these top 10 realtors for an interview today!

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