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Hennepin County's real estate market is one of the most active and competitive in the state of Minnesota. The county has a wide variety of housing options, including single-family homes, townhouses, apartments, and condos. The median home value in Hennepin County is around $324,000 (as of 2021), and prices have been steadily increasing over the past few years. The county's real estate market is driven by a number of factors, including strong job growth, a growing population, and the area's amenities and attractions. The COVID-19 pandemic has also had an impact on the real estate market, with increased demand for larger homes and outdoor spaces. The county's real estate market is expected to remain strong in the coming years, though there may be some temporary fluctuations as the economy continues to recover from the pandemic.

Hennepin County is a county located in the state of Minnesota in the United States. It is the most populous county in the state and is home to the city of Minneapolis, which is the largest city in the state. The county covers an area of 607 square miles and has a population of approximately 1.2 million people. Hennepin County is named after Father Louis Hennepin, a French explorer who was among the first Europeans to visit the area. The county is known for its many lakes, including Lake Minnetonka, which is a popular destination for boating and fishing. Hennepin County is also home to several universities and colleges, including the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities and Augsburg University. The county is governed by a board of commissioners and is known for its progressive policies on issues such as social justice, environmental protection, and public health.

As of 2020, Hennepin County, Minnesota, has a population of approximately 1.27 million people. The county is home to the largest city in Minnesota, Minneapolis, and is part of the greater Twin Cities metropolitan area. Hennepin County has a diverse population with a wide range of ethnic and racial backgrounds, including:

- White: 67%
- Black: 13%
- Asian: 9%
- Hispanic or Latino (of any race): 9%

Additionally, the county has a substantial Native American population, with six sovereign tribal nations located within its borders. Hennepin County has a median age of 35.6 years and a median household income of around $74,000. The county is known for its strong education system, with a high percentage of residents holding bachelor's degrees or higher. Hennepin County has a relatively low poverty rate compared to other urban areas in the United States, though disparities in income and opportunity exist between different racial and ethnic groups.