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Top 3 myths about today’s real estate market

Top 3 myths about today’s real estate market

There are many conflicting headlines when it comes to describing today’s real estate market. Some are making comparisons to the market we experienced 10 years ago and are starting to believe that we may be doomed to repeat ourselves. Others are just plain wrong when it comes to what it takes to qualify for a…

Under contract in 2 days! 1965 Raymond Ave. Dearborn, MI 48124

Under contract in 2 days! 1965 Raymond Ave. Dearborn, MI 48124

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 built in the 1950s. Through the years, these homes have raised a lot of families. Oakwood and Beaumont hospitals are both nearby as well as major arteries like the Southfield…

Waterhilll property preview

Waterhilll property preview

I try to preview as many possible available properties as possible each week. This three-bedroom split level in Ann Arbor’s Waterhill area stood out today. DISCLAIMER: This is not my listing. Take a look at the video and the photos below and if you are interested in your own private showing, please let me know.…

Bernie and Wes bought a home! A video testimonial

Bernie and Wes bought a home! A video testimonial

Where we love is home–home that our feet may leave but not our hearts. — Oliver Wendell Holmes Sr. Bernadene Jayasundera and Wes Stoody came to me via a lender associate, Susan Edwards, from Huntington Bank. We met in the winter at the Starbucks at Main and Liberty streets in downtown Ann Arbor. I liked…

or how I learned to love the Ann Arbor area in just five short years….

or how I learned to love the Ann Arbor area in just five short years….

“Communities work better (students perform better, crime rates are lower, kids are safer, people live longer) when neighbors know one another better. Knowing your neighbor on a first-name basis…is a surprisingly effective first step.” – Robert Putnam, Harvard Public Policy Professor and author of Bowling Alone The subheadline above is a little tongue in cheek,…


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