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Entries from April 2009

Sterling Heights foreclosures are selling – but a few surprises also

April 15th, 2009 · 2 Comments · chesterfield township, macomb county mi real estate market, Real estate market reports - Macomb County, sterling heights, tips for home sellers, Uncategorized

I’ve shown many homes in Sterling Heights (Macomb County MI) over the last 2 months and while many of them have been your typical on the market  homes (not a foreclosure or a short sale) I have been surprised to see that it is the foreclosure sales that have overwhelmingly been the homes that have […]

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What is the difference between a foreclosure and a short sale?

April 13th, 2009 · No Comments · macomb county mi real estate market, short sale advice in Macomb County MI, tips for purchasing a foreclosure

For many home buyers in Macomb County there is confusion when it comes to the definition of a foreclosure (bank owned home) and one that is labeled as a short sale. A home that is labeled as a foreclosure (or REO, or bank owned) is one that the bank already has taken possession of through […]

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$300,000 house & the $8000 first time home buyers tax credit?

April 3rd, 2009 · No Comments · first time home buyers, Tax credit for first time home buyers in Macomb County MI, Up to $8000 1st time home buyers tax credit

Thank you Julie for allowing me to answer your question here for the home buyers from Macomb County to read. Julie sent me an email and asked: “If my husband and I buy a home that is in the $300,000 price range, is that too high of a purchase price to take advantage of the […]

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