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Necklen & Oakland Professional Real Estate Service
Welcome to Necklen & Oakland Real Estate
We are a professional Real Estate brokerage that was founded in 2010 by Glenn Necklen and Joel Oakland. Our brokerage has a team of 34 licensed Real Estate agents with experience selling the entire Twin Cities market and specialize in existing home sales providing their clients with more convenience and value than our competitors.
The Real Estate market is moving away from the big name, high cost brokerages towards the more flexible and focused companies like Necklen & Oakland. As one of the most innovative brokerages in Real Estate, we utilize the latest and best industry technologies for more efficiency and less cost; yet provide our clients with the service and communication required to ensure the best possible experience when buying or selling a home. Our knowledge of Maple Grove & the surrounding communities is greatly attributed to being members ourselves. Helping to building strong neighborhoods, linking neighbors, & supporting local causes. Our service areas include Maple Grove & greater Twin Cities areas of Minnesota.
To help our clients reach their goals, through honest, hard working, results-oriented representation.
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Rather build than buy? Our licensed building contractor is available to answer all of your questions and help you get started building your dream home today!
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