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Multiple offers, deadlines, and “submit your highest and best” aren’t just for bank owned homes in Macomb County lately

May 7th, 2012 · 1 Comment · Buyers agency, macomb county mi real estate market, tips for home buyers

Have you been house hunting lately in Macomb County MI?   If you have, you’ve likely heard your buyers agent say “If you like it, don’t want too long to think about it.”     I’ve always hated saying this to my clients, but I would be negligent in my duties as a buyers agent if I didn’t […]

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“Is blogging just talking to yourself?” One of those Ah-Ha moments!

October 16th, 2010 · No Comments · first time home buyers, macomb county mi real estate market, tips for home buyers

A couple of weeks ago I had a co-worker ask me about this blog, as she had found it doing a search for information about condo sales with the new HUD guidelines.  She noticed that there weren’t many comments on the blog and asked “Do you ever feel like you are just talking to yourself?” […]

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Homestead exemption – deadline to file is this Friday

April 28th, 2010 · No Comments · tips for home buyers, tips for home sellers

For those of you who recently purchased a home please double check and make sure that you turned in your Principle Residence Exemption (if it applies to you) on or before this coming Friday, April 30th. If you need a form, or are unsure if this is something you should be filing, please don’t hesitate […]

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Average sales price in Macomb County MI was $92,626 – what does that buy?

January 20th, 2010 · No Comments · first time home buyers, macomb county mi real estate market, tips for home sellers

Last week I wrote about the average sales price during the 4th quarter of 2009 for residential sales in Macomb County MI. I thought it would be interesting for those who are perhaps looking for a home to purchase in Macomb County, or those who are considering putting their homes on the market to get […]

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2 townships in Macomb County MI showed sales price increases for their residential homes this past October.

November 3rd, 2009 · No Comments · chesterfield township, Macomb County MI real estate market report, shelby township mi

While I was analyzing the Macomb County MI sales data for the month of October I noticed that 2 townships – Shelby Township and Chesterfield Township – had home sales prices increase this past month in comparison to the previous October: Shelby Township had 53 homes sold in October 2009, and the average sales price […]

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Macomb County MI real estate market snapshot for September

October 5th, 2009 · No Comments · Macomb County MI real estate market report, tips for home sellers

Our Macomb County MI area has been in the midst of this real estate downturn for several years now, and I thought it would be interesting to see how this past September home sales compared to the previous Septembers (2007 and 2008). While we aren’t seeing home prices stabilizing as of yet, we are seeing […]

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A condo in Sterling Heights MI sold that wasn’t a foreclosure? You bet!

February 18th, 2009 · No Comments · macomb county mi real estate market, sterling heights, tips for home sellers

There is so much misconception out here in Macomb County about how next to impossible it is to sella condo, especially one that isn’t a foreclosure or a short sale.  Today I’d like to talk about a condo in Sterling Heights that sold yesterday that wasn’t a foreclosure (or a short sale) but was lovingly […]

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An update on short sales in Macomb County

December 18th, 2008 · No Comments · keller williams realty lakeside market center, macomb county mi real estate market, Saving your home from foreclosure, tips for home buyers

About a year ago I wrote an article called “Short Sale Skinny”. I think it’s time I updated that article as things are changing in the short sale process for homeowners and buyers alike in Michigan: The process is actually taking much less time AND the banks (mortgage holders) are being much more realistic. Talking […]

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