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Take me Back to the Black Hills

Located in Western South Dakota, Rapid City is a thriving community with many amenities to offers its residents. This city is nestled among the beautiful Black Hills, offering endless recreational activities for the outdoor enthusiast in the Black Hills National Forest. It is home to the spectacular Mt. Rushmore National Memorial, the Crazy Horse Memorial, and many state parks with wildlife roaming free. It is common to see fields of buffalo and large, open grazing lands for livestock. Rapid City real estate agents can direct you to open farmlands or family housing in the suburbs; the possibilities are endless.

The weather in Rapid City, South Dakota is also a main attraction. With mild conditions year round, the temperatures rarely reach extremes. Summer months are warm and pleasant, around 70 degrees, while winters are mild with little snow.

Rapid City was founded in 1876 near the banks of Rapid Creek. John Brennan started the city as a resting town for miners on the way to the gold fields. It is now affectionately named the "Shining Star of the West," and is South Dakota's second largest city. With a population of over 62,000 people, Rapid City continues to expand into the surrounding areas. Many suburban communities have started popping up, bringing the total area population to nearly 100,000 people. Rapid City real estate agents have few problems selling land or homes in this beautiful area. Homes are very affordable, with the average price of $90,000. Many mountain homes located near lakes, rivers and ponds sell for just over that average price.

The city encompasses 35 square miles, with golf courses, sports fields, parks and biking/jogging trails traversing the city. There are many shopping centers, rodeos, the famous Black Hills Stock Show and the Central States Fair. If you're looking for that old-fashioned country feel, Rapid City real estate agents can find you the perfect home.

Real Estate Agents

One of your most valuable tools when buying or selling a Rapid City home is a real estate agent. There are many things an agent can offer to help you through your next real estate transaction.

? Real estate agents are there to help you find the perfect home, or sell your existing home. It is in their best interest to make sure their customers are completely satisfied, as they do a lot of business through referrals.

? They know the area and can help you search through hundreds of listings, or advertise your home to hundreds of potential buyers.

? Rapid City real estate agents can direct you to neighborhoods that fit your lifestyle.

? Negotiation is a big part of any real estate transaction, and an agent is the expert; your agent will work with both parities in order to find the best price for the home. They can also arrange for professional home evaluations and appraisals.

When buying or selling a home in South Dakota, a real estate agent will make sure it's done right. Don't make costly and unnecessary mistakes by attempting the transaction alone. Contact an agent today.

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