I’ve been hearing from colleagues and sources in the industry of a slow-down in real estate.
The comments run the spectrum from a hint of … Read more
Being a mailcarrier may have the rare, exciting occasion. For the most part, though, walking the same old route and seeing the same old mailboxes … Read more
Preview of this beautifully redone MCM Split level in Forestbrooke
Open Sunday Aug. 26, 2pm – 4pm
This mid-century split level has been wonderfully … Read more
True or false…
When you’re selling a house, you should bake cookies before a showing or an open house.
I guess you could say the answer is a hard and fast “true” because, after all, it can’t hurt. Who doesn’t like the smell of freshly baked cookies?
Let’s be clear on one thing: by nature, real estate agents are not fragile beings. We’ve heard it all. And for the most part, we … Read more
“I think a lot of people get lost. They start following iconic figures and get drowned in the pool of celebrity. Our society, as we know it, is definitely changing. With social media and cell phones, you freak out when you don’t know what’s going on.” — Israel Broussard
I was burnt out after 20 or more years off and on in the running footwear and apparel industry. I disliked the travel, a necessary evil for working for a top tier or startup running shoe firm, as it took me away from my family and threw me off kilter.
Raymond Avenue in Dearborn is a quintessential suburban Detroit street in a neighborhood known as Carlysle Gardens. The homes here are mostly bungalows and ranches … Read more