Conrad Roal

Agent/Assoc. Broker

Lakes Area Realty - Excelsior / Lake Minnetonka

Welcome to Lakes Area Realty

Lakes Area Realty is not about being the biggest. Just the best. We pride ourselves in our market expertise, absolute professionalism, innovative ideas, collaborative culture and a strong sense of community. We know real estate is about people. That’s why everything we do is based on how it benefits you, our client. Thank you for choosing Lakes Area Realty

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About Conrad Roal

Conrad Roal, a former executive with two Fortune 500 companies, has built a successful real estate career on the foundation of service excellence. He brings core values such as honesty and integrity to his work as a professional real estate agent, while providing keen insights and a comprehensive approach to helping his clients sell their home or find a new place to call home. Conrad provides you with the specialized information and helpful insights in finding, listing, marketing, and selling homes in the west and southwest metro and is considered a resident expert on Lake Minnetonka where he and his family have lived for over 30 years. Visit www.LakeMinnetonkaBroker.com and view “Welcome to Lake Minnetonka” video at http://bit.ly/ConradRoalLakeMinnetonka. Conrad consistently ranks in the top 5% of Realtors® nationwide and, for six consecutive years, he has been voted Super Agent by Mpls/St. Paul Magazine. He and his family are active in the Excelsior and Tonka Bay community and members of the Westwood Community Church in Chanhassen. Voted SUPER AGENT, 2013-2018, by Mpls.St.Paul Magazine and Twin Cities Business Magazine

Latest Blog Posts

"Best Deals" on Lake Minnetonka & Real Estate Report - Oct 2019

Lake Minnetonka preparing for its winter slumber. Docks and boat lifts are pretty much out and the musky fishermen have the run of the lake. For those of us trying to enjoy the Lake, it’s been

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"Best Deals" on Lake Minnetonka & Lake Report

Spring has finally arrived though today you would be hard pressed to notice ... a bit déjà vu of last April. As you may remember, last year’s ice-out date of May 5 tied for the

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