With its small town atmosphere, excellent schools, superb healthcare services, and inexpensive, quality housing, Murray County is a great place to call home.

RENT: You will find apartments here.

BUY: To find out which homes are currently for sale, contact one of our local real estate agencies.

FIX-UP: 0% home repair funds are available for income-eligible residents of Chandler, Currie, and Iona.

BUILD: We have “lots” of lots!

Lots in Fulda near beautiful Fulda Second Lake
The City of Fulda has lots for sale in its Wood Duck Addition near Fulda Second Lake. The lots are .41 to .88 acres and range in price from $25,000 – $30,000. Reduced lot prices ranging from $10,000 to $15,000 are available to qualified buyers. In order to qualify for reduced lot prices, the initial occupants of the house must meet the following income guidelines:

Family of one or two people: Gross household income of $67,700 or less.
Family of three or more people: Gross household income of $77,740 or less.

Income guidelines apply only to those wanting to buy lots at reduced pricing. The development is NOT income-restricted.

For more information, call Fulda City Hall at 507-425-2504.

The Prairie Addition in Lake Wilson
Country living in town! For more information, call the Lake Wilson City Clerk at 507-879-3130.
Lime Lake in Avoca
Lots on the north and south side of the Lake. Contact Kathy Engler for details.
Lighthouse Lane at Lake Shetek
Choice lots with infrastructure and great views of Lake Shetek! Contact Murrayland Agency for information: 507-763-3599
Oak Shore Estates
Escape to Lake Sarah! Contact Creative Three, Inc. for information: 507-836-8503
Sarah Shores
Lake shore and back lots on Lake Sarah.  Contact Murrayland Agency for information: 507-763-3599
Lake Lots in Hadley

  • Build your home by beautiful Summit Lake! Wildflower Point on Summit Lake is a “Conservation/Environmental/Recreational Lake Lot Development”. The area consists of 9 residential building lots, lake and adjacent ponds, and two outlots… one of which has shared ownership by all of the lot owners. The development has a serene, slow paced setting with great views of the lake, ponds, Buffalo Ridge and the windmill farms, Chanarambie Valley…and wonderful sunset views. There is shared shoreline ownership with all lot owners, as well as private lake access. Covenants also are included to safeguard the quality and the value of the development. Residential building lots are all of different size, ranging from 28,500 square feel to 41,169 square feet, and have their own unique views. There is public sewer and water hookups to the curb on each lot. This development is lake, country, city, and wide open spaces all in one unique development. If you love sunsets, wildlife, water, and nature at its finest…this is a great place to consider for your home.  For details, contact Mike Zinnel, 612-810-3709.
  • A 1.8 acre lakefront lot with 215 feet of shoreline is available in the Summit Acres Development. $53,000 for a buildable lot with well access, city sewer, etc. Email stephanie@summitlakegetaway.com for more information.

Planning for the Future

2007 Housing Study
To aid the county’s communities in their planning, the Murray County Economic Development Authority (EDA) hired Community Partners Research, Inc. to conduct a study of the housing needs and conditions in the cities of our county. The Murray County Comprehensive Housing Study was completed in December 2007. Its individual sections are presented here in PDF format.Technical assistance from the Southwest Minnesota Housing Partnership and funding from the Minnesota Housing Partnership, Murray County and the Cities of Currie, Fulda, Lake Wilson and Slayton made this project possible.
(1) Cover Sheet (9) City of Hadley
(2) Introduction (10) City of Iona
(3) Executive Summary (11) Lakes Area
(4) City of Avoca (12) City of Lake Wilson
(5) City of Chandler (13) City of Slayton
(6) City of Currie (14) Employment & Local Economic Trends
(7) City of Dovray (15) Agencies & Resources
(8) City of Fulda (16) Glossary of Terms

We Do Business in Accordance with the Federal Fair Housing Law


FAIR HOUSING: It’s not an option, it’s the law.