The Homestead Road Story

Andrey Sokurec and Alex Delendik have a unique real estate vision. They chose to be in the real estate industry so that they can help people with one of their most important assets: their home. They want to be in the business of helping people, not merely in the business of buying and selling residential properties. Hence, in 2007, they founded Homestead Road in Minneapolis.

The name Homestead Road is the result of a brainstorming session about a real estate business that focuses on serving people.

Andrey and Alex wanted a name that perfectly captures their mission of treating every individual and every home with respect. They wanted a name that lets people know that they keep their promises and provide a streamlined process for all clients.

So, the business partners agree on Homestead Road; a name that reflects the journey of home buying and home restoration — a journey to help families settle into a new home, eventually.

Right now, Homestead Road is well-known for its smooth and stress-free “as is” home buying process in Minneapolis. We are a professional house buying company with a team of professionals that care about your family. After all, our mission is to serve people to the best of our abilities.

Our company focuses on serving people. Our services may include home buying and house restoration but, at the end of the day, our focus is on Minneapolis families who are dealing with house sales. Get in touch with us, today, and find out how we can help you.

The Story & Meaning Behind Our Logo

The Homestead Road logo is a watercolor painting of a house at the end of a road. The house pictured in the logo is an actual house that lies at the bottom of a man made reservoir that swallowed up the Western Massachusetts towns of Dana, Enfield, Prescott, and Greenwich.

Over 2,500 people were forced to give up their homes to make way for the reservoir. Deeply affected by the heart-wrenching story, artist Sue Chaffee decided to bring the lost homes back to life in watercolor paintings.

We recognized what she did as a great metaphor for what we do at Homestead Road , which is to find homes that need repair, to buy them “as is,” and to restore them back to life for future families.