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111 N. Normal, Ypsilanti, MI 6 unit Income Property Coming Soon

by Tom Stachler,ABR,CDPE - Group One Realty Team

111 N. Normal, Ypsilanti, MI 6 unit Income Property Coming Soon

We have a Historic 6 unit Home coming soon near Eastern Michigan University and Downtown Ypsilanti.  The property has refinished hardwood flooring, natural woodwork, and many other upgrades like fireplace mantels, balconies and plenty of old world charm.  

Easy access to EMU and plenty of parking, this unit is not yet in the MLS so please contact us today to get on the first to show list.  Click here for more information and photos.  

111 N. Normal, Ypsilanti, MI Income Property from Tom Stachler on Vimeo.

 

Tom Stachler is a licensed Broker & Builder plus marketing expert for commercial, condo and homes in the Ann Arbor Michigan community and surrounding areas such as Dexter, Saline, Chelsea, Milan Ypsilanti and Pinckney real estate markets.  Note the Search Properties link above to view a complete Inventory of homes and condos for sale.  Also click on the resources tab above for other helpful information Links, contractor discounts and sources.   Have questions want sell your home or get a price ?  Go to  www.MyPrice.guru to get started and see comparable home sales.  Or maybe you want to search for property and view an updated MLS inventory report created for those Buying properties .  Hit the contact me link to the right or call us with any questions because we would love to hear from you.  We also have a Contractor Discount page here on our website or many helpful Links in the tab above for more resources.  

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Difference of Opinion Widens Between Appraisers and Homeowners

by Tom Stachler,ABR,CDPE - Group One Realty Team

Appraisers and homeowners are less eye-to-eye on Home value for the first time in six months, with the gap between their opinions widening in December to 1.33 percent, according to Quicken Loans’ National Home Price Perception Index (HPPI). The difference in opinion, says Quicken Loans Chief Economist Bob Walters, helps to impart understanding for homeowners, who often hold their homes at higher value than appraisers.

“It’s our hope that homeowners use the HPPI’s unique data as an insight into their local housing market,” says Quicken Loans Chief Economist Bob Walters. “When consumers have a better grasp of their local market conditions, it can help influence their expectations and ultimately lead to a smoother mortgage or home sales process.”

The latest Quicken Loans National Home Value Index (HVI), at the same time, declined 1.19 percent.

A summary of the HVI:A summary of the HPPI:
Americans’ expectation of their home’s value was an average of 1.33 percent lower than appraisers who valued their home, according to the National HPPI. The gap between actual appraised value and opinions had been narrowing since June, but December’s perception difference of 1.33 percent erases all improvement made in the last few months. Despite the drop in the composite value, significant variations in value continue in various regions of the country, highlighting the regional nature of the real estate market. (For instance, estimates from Philadelphia homeowners were 2.94 percent higher than appraised values; on the other end of the spectrum, appraisals are outpacing expectations of Denver homeowners by 3.04 percent.)

As snow began to fall in much of the country, nationally, so did home values. The average appraisal value dropped 1.19 percent from November to December, according to the National HVI. Despite the dip from the previous month, home values continued to climb higher year-over-year by 3.85 percent nationally; however, this growth is a slower pace than the 5.28 percent annual increase in November. Appraised values showed strongest annual growth in the West, while the Midwest had the slowest gains.

“Home value growth has been mostly driven by enthusiastic buyers vying for a smaller than usual inventory of properties,” says Walters. “Appraised values have dipped along with the seasonal decline in sales around the winter months. It’s yet to be seen if value growth will build as sales rise in the spring, or as construction increases.”

 

Tom Stachler is a licensed Broker & Builder plus marketing expert for commercial, condo and homes in the Ann Arbor Michigan community and surrounding areas such as Dexter, Saline, Chelsea, Milan Ypsilanti and Pinckney real estate markets.  Note the Search Properties link above to view a complete Inventory of homes and condos for sale.  Also click on the resources tab above for other helpful information Links, contractor discounts and sources.   Have questions want sell your home or get a price ?  Go to  www.MyPrice.guru to get started and see comparable home sales.  Or maybe you want to search for property and view an updated MLS inventory report created for those Buying properties .  Hit the contact me link to the right or call us with any questions because we would love to hear from you.  We also have a Contractor Discount page here on our website or many helpful Links in the tab above for more resources.  

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Bob Hope’s UFO Home Sells for $13 Million

by Tom Stachler,ABR,CDPE - Group One Realty Team

Bob Hope’s house in Palm Springs sold for $13 million. Having gone through a couple of price cuts over the last three years, the most recent cut lowered the ask to $25 million. But with no comps available, how does one actually price a concrete spaceship? Seems that when $25 million was thrown at the wall, $13 million stuck.

The Palm Springs spaceship/volcano house, designed for Bob and Dolores Hope by John Lautner in 1973, needed a buyer with deep pockets who would appreciate its futuristic leanings, have appreciation for architects who think outside the box, and young enough at heart to enjoy a bit of whimsy.

At 23,000 square feet under a dramatic and soaring undulating roof, the unique house has open spaces in the walls and ceiling, allowing daylight or stars to shine through, casting shapely shadows into the interior. These curved openings also allow for stunning views across the landscape and mountains, while appearing to be nestled comfortably into its well-designed desert landscaping and outdoor living areas. The house also has a spa with greenhouse wall, six bedrooms, 13 bathrooms, indoor and outdoor pools, a pond, putting greens and a tennis court.

Tom Stachler is a licensed Broker & Builder plus marketing expert for commercial, condo and homes in the Ann Arbor Michigan community and surrounding areas such as Dexter, Saline, Chelsea, Milan Ypsilanti and Pinckney real estate markets.  Note the Search Properties link above to view a complete Inventory of homes and condos for sale.  Also click on the resources tab above for other helpful information Links, contractor discounts and sources.   Have questions want sell your home or get a price ?  Go to  www.MyPrice.guru to get started and see comparable home sales.  Or maybe you want to search for property and view an updated MLS inventory report created for those Buying properties .  Hit the contact me link to the right or call us with any questions because we would love to hear from you.  We also have a Contractor Discount page here on our website or many helpful Links in the tab above for more resources.  

Ann Arbor Real Estate for Sale, Saline Real estate for sale, whatever the need in the surrounding areas, we have it using the navigation tabs above.

Storage Unit Options in Ann Arbor and Saline Michigan Areas

by Tom Stachler,ABR,CDPE - Group One Realty Team

When Packing a Storage Unit, Strategy is King

 

self storageStorage Unit Options in Ann Arbor and Saline Michigan Areas : Whether you’re in the process of downsizing or simply looking to open up your Home a bit (without saying goodbye to your belongings for good), self-storage units offer a practical solution to the issue surrounding the lack of space homeowners are faced with on a day-to-day basis.

While factors such as security, cleanliness, temperature control, customer service and price will likely play a large role in determining which self-storage unit best fits your needs, the process doesn’t end there. In fact, much like packing to move from one house to another, maximizing the space within your self-storage unit begins with having a plan in place.

  1. Be Prepared. Once you’ve made the decision to Rent a storage unit, even if it’s a short-term solution, it’s important to come up with a plan before you begin haphazardly shoving items into the space. While this may save time on the front end, it will undoubtedly work against you when it comes time to clear the unit out.
  1. Use the Space Wisely. If you’re storing bigger items—or anything that’s awkwardly shaped—take the time to break them down (if possible) in order to get the most use out of the space. This means disassembling tables, workout equipment, kitchen carts, etc.
  1. Take Inventory. Good memory or not, you’re bound to forget every last item stored in the unit. Even if it only makes an appearance once every few years, you’ll want to remember where your fine china from Great Aunt Gertrude is when she comes calling.
  1. Label Everything. If you plan to fill your storage unit up with boxes, be sure to label them so that you can quickly and easily identify what’s inside. It’s also important to make sure all labels are facing the same way.
  1. Map It Out. In addition to making note of everything that’s stored in your storage unit, it’s a good idea to map out where everything is located. This way you can easily grab something when needed.
  1. Place Items Strategically. Keeping like items together (or packing things according to which room or family member they belong to) is a simple way to add a level of organization to the process.
  1. Leave a Walkway. For those renting a large self-storage unit, don’t forget to leave a walkway down the middle when filling the space with your belongings. Not only will this make it easy to grab things when you need them, it will keep you from having to climb over boxes and other items when you need to grab something from the back of the unit.

Storage Unit Options in Ann Arbor and Saline Michigan Areas

Extra Space Storage
3500 Carpenter Rd.
Ypsilanti, MI 48197
855-892-4514
 
Public Storage
2500 S. Industrial Hwy
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
734-619-0308
 
Devon Self Storage
4750 S. State Rd.
Ann Arbor, MI 48108
734-926-5776
 
Stop 'n Lock Self Storage
3570 E. Ellsworth Rd.
Ann Arbor, MI 48108
734-973-1858
 
Simply Self Storage
1400 E. Michigan Ave.
Saline, MI 48176
 
Milan Self Storage
201 Squires Dr.
Milan, MI 48160
734-439-4514 

 

Thank you for visiting and let us know if we can help further.  

Tom Stachler is a licensed Broker & Builder plus marketing expert for commercial, condo and homes in the Ann Arbor Michigan community and surrounding areas such as Dexter, Saline, Chelsea, Milan Ypsilanti and Pinckney real estate markets.  Note the Search Properties link above to view a complete Inventory of homes and condos for sale.  Also click on the resources tab above for other helpful information Links, contractor discounts and sources.   Have questions want sell your home or get a price ?  Go to  www.MyPrice.guru to get started and see comparable home sales.  Or maybe you want to search for property and view an updated MLS inventory report created for those Buying properties .  Hit the contact me link to the right or call us with any questions because we would love to hear from you.  We also have a Contractor Discount page here on our website or many helpful Links in the tab above for more resources.  

Ann Arbor Real Estate for Sale, Saline Real estate for sale, whatever the need in the surrounding areas, we have it using the navigation tabs above.

Temporary Rental Housing Options in Ann Arbor and Saline Michigan

by Tom Stachler,ABR,CDPE - Group One Realty Team

Temporary Rental Housing Options in Ann Arbor and Saline Michigan 

Please check with us early with your short term rental housing needs and assistance on our Real Estate One Corp Group rate or discount etc before contacting some of these vendors or giving them your name.  

Sublets and Temporary Housing

 

Extended Stay Lodging 
(we have group rates at both locations on Briarwood and Boardwalk)

 

Short-Term Apartments
Please mention that we referred you and you would like the Realtor discount. 

 

Temporary Housing in Ann Arbor

 

Also McKinley Properties has rental housing options at Glencoe Hills and their Meadowbrook communities too that vary from vacant apartments to furnished units.  Contact the manager at these communities for more information.  

When checking for rates, usually a three month rate is less than a monthly rate.  Also, especially in the case of the extended or hotel stays, you always want to ask for a min on month rate which will avoid the (less than one month) rates that have the Visitor and Conference taxes etc that are assessed on weekly or nightly rates.  

Of course for terms longer than a few months, please visit www.Saline.rentals for rental condo and housing options that are listed in the Board of Realtors MLS system.  

Thank you for visiting and let us know if we can help further.  

Tom Stachler is a licensed Broker & Builder plus marketing expert for commercial, condo and homes in the Ann Arbor Michigan community and surrounding areas such as Dexter, Saline, Chelsea, Milan Ypsilanti and Pinckney real estate markets.  Note the Search Properties link above to view a complete Inventory of homes and condos for sale.  Also click on the resources tab above for other helpful information Links, contractor discounts and sources.   Have questions want sell your home or get a price ?  Go to  www.MyPrice.guru to get started and see comparable Home sales.  Or maybe you want to search for property and view an updated MLS inventory report created for those Buying properties .  Hit the contact me link to the right or call us with any questions because we would love to hear from you.  We also have a Contractor Discount page here on our website or many helpful Links in the tab above for more resources.  

Ann Arbor Real Estate for Sale, Saline Real estate for sale, whatever the need in the surrounding areas, we have it using the navigation tabs above. Temporary Rental Housing furnished and unfurnished for short term rental stays or requests. 

 

Obamas' New House in Washington DC

by Tom Stachler,ABR,CDPE - Group One Realty Team

See Even More New Photos of the Obamas' New house

 

It's not quite the White House, but with eight bedrooms and 8,200 square feet, it still has plenty of space to stretch out after the president's eight years in office.

 

In late the Obama family is moving to an 8,200-square-foot house they'll be renting in the exclusive Kalorama neighborhood of Washington, D.C. after they leave the White House.

And now we can give you a tour of the inside. Keep in mind that these photos are from before the house sold in 2014, so it will probably look quite different when the Obamas move in early next year. Scroll down for a peek inside.

The Front Hall

 


The Staircase

 

The Living Room

 

Will the Obamas change the decor?
 

The Living Room Fireplace

 

The Backyard

 

The property has plenty of outdoor space for entertaining and room for a pool.

 

The Kitchen

 

Can't you imagine Barack, Michelle, and Sasha sitting down for breakfast here?
 

The Six-Burner Stove

 

 

The Dining Room

 
 

A Powder Room

 


A Bedroom

 

This is one of eight.
 

A Dressing Room

 

One of the Nine-and-a-Half Bathrooms

 

 


The Pantry
 


The Den

 

A Wet Bar in the Den

 

 

 

Will the Obamas keep the multi-face vase on the table?

 


Another View of the Living Room

 

A Sitting Room

 

 

 

Another View of the Kitchen

 


There's a two-car garage and outdoor parking for 10 vehicles.

 

Tom Stachler is a licensed Broker and Builder marketing expert for commercial, condo and homes in the Ann Arbor Michigan community and surrounding areas such as Dexter, Saline, Chelsea, Milan Ypsilanti and Pinckney real estate markets.  Note the Search Properties link above to view a complete Inventory of homes and condos for sale.  Also click on the resources tab above for other helpful information Linkscontractor discounts and sources.   Have questions want sell your home or get a price ?  Go to  www.MyPrice.guru to get started and see comparable Home sales.  Or maybe you want to search for property and view an updated MLS inventory report created for those Buying properties .  Hit the contact me link to the right or call us with any questions because we would love to hear from you.  We also have a Contractor Discount page here on our website or many helpful Links in the tab above for more resources.  

Ann Arbor Real Estate for Sale, Saline Real estate for sale, whatever the need in the surrounding areas, we have it using the navigation tabs above.

See Inside Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner's New House in Washington, D.C.

by Tom Stachler,ABR,CDPE - Group One Realty Team

See Inside Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner's New house in Washington, D.C.

 

The future first daughter and her husband are moving to the Kalorama neighborhood in the nation's capital

 

The Home address as 2449 Tracy Place NW, in Kalorama (above). That means they will be literally around the corner (only a three-minute walk!) from the Obamas, who are moving into an 8,200-square-foot house at 2446 Belmont Road NW after they leave the White House.

 

Well it would seem that the Trump/Kushner clan will get more for their money in DC in D.C. than in New York, where they currently live in a $10.2 million apartment. Plus, Terrazas said, "neighborhoods like Kalorama and Georgetown have a historic charm that's maybe lacking in Manhattan."

While the six-bedroom, 6,7870-square-foot house sold for $5.5 million—$100,000 less than the asking price—on December 22, the identity of the buyer has not been disclosed, so Trump and Kushner might be renting it from the buyer if they're not the buyers themselves.

The 1923 house, designed by architect Waddy Wood, previously sold for $3.5 million in 2013. Below, check out the house's interior, which includes five wood-burning fireplaces and a master suite with walk-in closets, a soaking tub, and a deck that overlooks the garden.

 

THE LIVING ROOM

 

 

THE FOYER

 

 

THE SUN ROOM

 

 

THE DINING ROOM

 

 

THE KITCHEN

 

 

A BEDROOM

 

 

A PATIO

 

 

Tom Stachler is a licensed Broker and Builder marketing expert for commercial, condo and homes in the Ann Arbor Michigan community and surrounding areas such as Dexter, Saline, Chelsea, Milan Ypsilanti and Pinckney real estate markets.  Note the Search Properties link above to view a complete Inventory of homes and condos for sale.  Also click on the resources tab above for other helpful information Links, contractor discounts and sources.   Have questions want sell your home or get a price ?  Go to  www.MyPrice.guru to get started and see comparable home sales.  Or maybe you want to search for property and view an updated MLS inventory report created for those Buying properties .  Hit the contact me link to the right or call us with any questions because we would love to hear from you.  We also have a Contractor Discount page here on our website or many helpful Links in the tab above for more resources.  

Ann Arbor Real Estate for Sale, Saline Real estate for sale, whatever the need in the surrounding areas, we have it using the navigation tabs above.

 

What to Do Before You Get Settled into Your New Home

by Tom Stachler,ABR,CDPE - Group One Realty Team

What to Do Before You Get Settled into Your New HomeScreen Shot 2016-12-21 at 3.40.15 PM

Buying a new house in the Saline and Ann Arbor Michigan area is an exciting adventure to embark on. Whether you are a newlywed just beginning your life with your significant other or a retiree looking to downsize, purchasing a new home is a time of new beginnings. Despite all of the anticipation of owning a new home, there are some housekeeping items that should be taken care of prior to settling in.

Committing to a Final Walk Through

As eager as you may be to finally move in after weeks of paperwork and waiting, completing a final walk-through with your REALTOR® and/or inspectors is beneficial. This is the time to make sure all of the requested updates and repairs have been corrected prior to signing the final binding paperwork. Have your broker or inspector ready to make any last minute notes or perform any additional tests to confirm the state of the home. Investing just a few minutes in this process can save you thousands in expensive repairs later on.

Make Sure You Have Adequate Homeowner's Insurance

Prior to closing on your new home, it is often required to provide proof of homeowner's insurance. As a new homeowner, it is your responsibility to do your due diligence in researching insurance companies and selecting the best fit for our needs. Be sure to consider different coverage and research terms, such as "replacement cost," "actual cash value," and "depreciation" to help you better understand what you are paying for. Examine your policy thoroughly, select appropriate deductibles, and make changes as necessary.  Your best insurance quote will generally be for a package that also includes your automobile coverage as well.

Consider Different Contracts

While homeowner's insurance covers many catastrophic events, what happens if your furnace goes out or you have a power surge off-premises that kills your refrigerator? This type of coverage steps in at times like these to help cover losses that are not otherwise covered by homeowner's insurance. A home warranty can be a lifesaver when it comes to issues that are not detected at the time of purchase or during the walk-through. Home warranties are often serviced by different entities than insurance providers, so homeowners may be out the cost of two policies. However, many think that being safe rather than sorry is worth the cost.

Complete Renovations Prior to Moving in

Do you really despise that carpet in the family room? Would you prefer to paint the walls in the bedroom? If so, it is best to complete any renovations or household changes prior to moving in. The work will go faster when  you don't have to deal with furniture etc and who wants to live in a dust bowl anyway, right?  It becomes much more difficult to make these changes when there are people, furniture and belongings in the way. Deciding on what changes you wish to make and establishing a timeline for completing these changes prior to moving in allows your family to plan accordingly.

Switch the Utilities to Your Name

If your new home had previous residents, it would be beneficial to consider changing the utilities over into your name immediately to start on your move-in date.  Have your agent coordinate this coverage timing with the sellers or their agent. Some utility companies require a security deposit that will be refunded later after making payments on time. Other companies charge additional fees if services are turned off by the previous owners and then must be turned back on.

Change Your Mailing Address

One of the most simple, yet overlooked tasks in new home ownership is the process of contacting the post office to have all mail forwarded to your new address. It can take four to six weeks to get this process fully instated. You can also set up online payments for essential bills or contact companies directly to make sure no important paperwork is overlooked during the transition.  For more information, check out our helpful Links / resources page in the top right side of this web page.  

Moving into your new home can be very hectic and exciting at the same time. By making a checklist of items to complete prior to settling into your new home you can rest easy in knowing that you are prepared for this new journey.   Make a list so it won't be missed.  

Tom Stachler is a licensed Broker and Builder marketing expert for commercial, condo and homes in the Ann Arbor Michigan community and surrounding areas such as Dexter, Saline, Chelsea, Milan Ypsilanti and Pinckney real estate markets.  Note the Search Properties link above to view a complete Inventory of homes and condos for sale.  Also click on the resources tab above for other helpful information links, contractor discounts and sources.   Have questions want sell your home or get a price ?  Go to  www.MyPrice.guru to get started and see comparable home sales.  Or maybe you want to search for property and view an updated MLS inventory report created for those Buying properties .  Hit the contact me link to the right or call us with any questions because we would love to hear from you.  We also have a Contractor Discount page here on our website or many helpful Links in the tab above for more resources.  

Ann Arbor Real Estate for Sale, Saline Real estate for sale, whatever the need in the surrounding areas, we have it using the navigation tabs above.

Suggested Bird Seed and Feeders for Local Wild Birds

by Tom Stachler,ABR,CDPE - Group One Realty Team

After redoing our 10-year-old yard with new plants and patio, we added the icing on the cake: bird feeders for our feathered friends.

After planting eastern red cedars, hollies and other bird-attracting plants in the natural area outback, we visited several birding stores to select a feeding system.

In the past, we built our own systems. Our favorite was a 10-foot-long 4-by-4 cemented in the ground, and outfitted with squirrel- and raccoon-deterrent baffle and four 12-inch, vinyl-coated hooks. Caged feeders fend off squirrels and nuisance birds.

Feeder Poles 101 This time, we purchased an advanced feeder pole system and feeders from Wild Birds Unlimited in Virginia Beach, Va., part of a national franchise of stores.

I have had feeder poles before and disliked them because they twisted, turned and leaned in soft wet soil. It’s mainly why we did the 4-by-4 post and cement—nothing short of an earthquake was going to move that contraption.

The advanced pole system, however, looks sturdy, thanks to a stabilizer that slips onto the pole and into the ground. Installation is simple and straightforward: twist the 48-inch base pole 16 inches into the ground and then slide the stabilizer onto the 48-inch section. Several months later, the pole still stands straight, despite gusty winds and drenching rains.

Nuisance-Proof Feeders Snap-on, snap-off extensions give you a pole as tall or as short as you want. A double-crook arm provides hangers for two feeders; add a second arm for four feeders. Accessories such as a decorative finial, side-dish feeder, decorative branch perch and suet cage with bracket attach easily. Because the pole is located in the middle of the lawn, close to a window where I can watch birds as they feed, I placed a Yard Tuff mulch tree ring on the ground around the pole; the ring makes it easy for the mower and trimmer to go around the feeder system.

I am a long-time, diehard fan of caged bird feeders because they, along with a baffle, keep out squirrels, raccoons and unwanted birds like grackles and common blackbirds. Successful caged feeders have a wide, wide space between the feeding tube and the outside cage so paws and beaks can’t reach through and sneak a snack.

Easy-clean feeders are another good way to go. Some brands like Duncraft feature a pull-and-slide feature that frees all the feeding ports so you can scrub and rinse them, then reassemble the feeder without much effort. Other brands have bottoms that release and feeding ports that snap out for easy access, too. These feeders will cost you more than one-piece units but the price is worth it.

Here’s what birds like best, according to National Bird-Feeding Society, Cornell Lab of Ornithology and Cole’s Wild Bird Feed:Seeds Birds Like
February is National Bird-Feeding Month, a time to put out seed and suet that will bring birds to your backyard feeders, where you can watch them intently.  Suggested Bird Seed and Feeders for Local Wild Birds

  • Blackbirds – Suet, sunflower
  • Bluebirds – Mealworms, suet, sunflower meats
  • Cardinals – Safflower, suet, sunflower
  • Chickadees – Safflower, suet, sunflower
  • Doves – Suet, white millet
  • Finches – Suet, thistle
  • Grosbeaks – Suet, sunflower
  • Indigo Bunting – Suet, white millet
  • Jays – Corn, suet, sunflower
  • Juncos – Suet, white millet
  • Nuthatches – Suet, sunflower
  • Robins – Suet, sunflower meats
  • Sparrows – Suet, sunflower, white millet
  • Titmice – Safflower, suet, sunflower
  • Towhees – Suet, white millet
  • Warblers – Suet, sunflower meats
  • Woodpeckers – Suet, sunflower meats

Tom Stachler is a licensed Broker and Builder marketing expert for commercial, condo and homes in the Ann Arbor Michigan community and surrounding areas such as Dexter, Saline, Chelsea, Milan Ypsilanti and Pinckney real estate markets.  Note the Search Properties link above to view a complete Inventory of homes and condos for sale.  Also click on the resources tab above for other helpful information Links, contractor discounts and sources.   Have questions want sell your home or get a price ?  Go to  www.MyPrice.guru to get started and see comparable Home sales.  Or maybe you want to search for property and view an updated MLS inventory report created for those Buying properties .  Hit the contact me link to the right or call us with any questions because we would love to hear from you.  We also have a Contractor Discount page here on our website or many helpful Links in the tab above for more resources.  

Ann Arbor Real Estate for Sale, Saline Real estate for sale, whatever the need in the surrounding areas, we have it using the navigation tabs above.

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