Minnesota offers two different worlds. One world exists in the Twin Cities area, which consist of Minneapolis and Saint Paul. Believe it or not, the majority of the population of Minnesota lives in the Twin Cities area. This is an area where job opportunities and attractions are abundant. For example, Minneapolis Sculpture Garden, Mill City Museum, State Theatre, Minnesota Orchestra and Minneapolis Institute of Art offer a lot of entertainment as well as job opportunities. Minneapolis is also home to an abundance of publicly traded companies. That being the case, whether you're looking for a simple life where you can rent a home or a big life where you can buy a mansion, Minnesota is a great option.
The other world that Minnesota offers exists outside of the Twin Cities area. This is a world where rivers, lakes and adventure can be found at every turn. If you love water sports, then renting a home in Minnesota is highly recommended. Sailing is extremely popular, especially on Lake Superior. If you want to live this lifestyle, look for rental homes on Lake Superior. If you can't find a home on the lake, then at least look in the area. If you're not into sailing yet you love boating, you will be happy to know that all rivers and lakes in the state of Minnesota offer public boat access. You will have 10,000 lakes to choose from. That being the case, it should be easy to find a lake house rental home in Minnesota. Better yet, the price for a lake house rental home will likely be very fair. This is because most people who live on the water in Minnesota only do so for the summertime. If you're willing to brave the cold winter months, you can find an absolute steal on the water, one that comes with extraordinary views, even if the lake you're on is frozen. This is a tremendous opportunity if you enjoy cross country skiing or snowmobiling. When you're outside of the Twin Cities, you're going to find endless acres of forests and trails.
Other popular water sports in Minnesota are canoeing, kayaking, tubing and even scuba diving. If you partake in any of these hobbies or would like to get involved, then Minnesota is the place to be. Life is too short to miss out on such opportunities. Renting a home will allow you to enjoy your hobby without having to work insane hours. You can earn enough money to live comfortably when you rent a home in Minnesota.
If you want to rent a home in the Twin Cities area, you should expect to pay a little more. You can rent a home in Minneapolis for between $1,000 and $1,500 and live well. If you go below $1,000, you can still live in a great neighborhood, but you shouldn't expect more than 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom and 1,500 square feet. If you're looking to rent a home in rural Minnesota, you can find twice the amount of bedrooms, bathrooms and square footage for the same price.