Ann Arbor Real Estate News
Real Estate news for Ann Arbor, MI continually updated from thousands of sources.
Monday Aug 24 | via MLive.com
July was once again a strong month for the real estate market in Washtenaw County as single family homes moved more quickly and for more money than last year. According to a report from the Ann Arbor Area Board of Realtors, total residential sales in the county were up almost 15 percent in July compared to last July. Comment?
Wednesday Aug 12 | via MLive.com
Commercial real estate agents were informed the chain want to enter the market during the Michigan Idea Exchange & Alliance Program held last month in Novi. The event was sponsored by a local branch of the International Council of Shopping Centers. Comment?
Jul 30, 2015 | via MLive.com
And all the perks of being on Main Street, a short walk to the Ann Arbor Farmers Market, restaurants, shops, and everything else downtown has to offer. Those are just some of the selling points of Myra Wetzel's two-bedroom, 1,434-square-foot condo in the Kerrytown district. Comment?
Jul 24, 2015 | via MLive.com
An undeveloped housing community and a former beer facility are among the key items up for auction this year at the Washtenaw County Tax Auction. Once the home to Frog Island Beer, the 93-year-old building located at 2 W. Forest St. in Ypsilanti has been placed on the city's dangerous buildings list and may need to be torn down. Comment?
Jul 19, 2015 | via Michigan Radio
You can snap up a home for just a few thousand dollars in Detroit these days. But just because a property is cheap, that doesn't necessarily make it a good investment. Comment?
Yesterday | via National Mortgage News
The wider the net you cast when searching for financing, the better. It only makes sense to look beyond your local bank or mortgage company, and one place you may not have thought about is your friendly neighborhood credit union. Comment?
Wednesday Aug 26 | via C & G Newspapers
Those looking for a bit of inspiration might find it at an upcoming event where a national speaker will talk about surviving and thriving in today's changing world. The "success seminar" is free, with speaker Will Weaver fronting the cost himself. Comment?
Thursday Aug 13 | via MLive.com
Most Michigan middle class families are poorer than their parents, when their incomes are adjusted for inflation. The impact can be seen at Macomb Community College, which operates two food banks for its students. 1 comment
Wednesday Aug 12 | via State of Michigan
LANSING, MICH. Michigan native Dean Franchi was a step behind in 2012 and at risk of losing the only home his five children had ever known when he discovered Michigan State Housing Development Authority's Step Forward Program. Comment?
Monday Aug 10 | via ClickOnDetroit
One newly exonerated inmate walks free every couple of months in Michigan, which has released more innocent prisoners than all but four states. Julie Baumer was one of them, missing four years of family life and career advancement due to a child abuse conviction after her nephew's head injuries were mistakenly blamed on shaken-baby trauma. Comment?
6 min ago | via Iol.co.za
It's delicious. UBS, a controversial bank that has had a great deal of trouble with managing its money, has hired Annie Leibovitz, a sometimes controversial celebrity photographer who well you can guess the next bit. Comment?
6 min ago | via Boston.com
The number of foreclosure filings in Massachusetts rose 49 percent from July 2014 to July 2015 as lenders continue to clear a foreclosure backlog caused by regulatory changes, according to a Boston real estate tracker. The Warren Group said Wednesday that lenders filed foreclosure documents on 1,044 homes in Massachusetts in July, compared to 702 filed the same month in 2014. Comment?
7 min ago | via Thetelegraphand Argus
Raise the subject with young people and they are likely to give you a Catherine Tate "Am I bovvered?" retort. With rising worries about the diminishing value of the already fairly meagre state pension and suggestions that government funding pressures could see it disappear altogether, preparing for retirement is more crucial than ever - and the younger you start, the more secure your old age will be. Comment?
7 min ago | via Connecticut Post
Building and Land Technology completed the sale of more than 4,200 rental homes in Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Missouri and Tennessee to Cerberus Capital Management, exiting the single-family rental market after acquiring the portfolio starting in 2012. BLT created the Harbor Point neighborhood in Stamford where it has its main office, featuring a mix of new residential high rises, office buildings and retail space. Comment?
13 min ago | via 24dash
Demand by banks for high profit margins and landbanking by developers have been revealed by a council as reasons for a shortfall in house building. A heavily critical report by Doncaster Council warned economic growth and wellbeing of its residents was being held back by the lack of both market and affordable housing. Comment?
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