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Sen. Pappageorge sponsors property tax town hall forum

LANSING - February 23, 2009 - (RealEstateRama) — To help his constituents understand how property taxes work and when they should appeal their property tax assessment, State Sen. John Pappageorge, R-Troy, is sponsoring a “Property Tax Town Hall Forum” Monday, Feb. 23.

Choosing A Real Estate Agent

There's a common saying in the real estate industry regarding the vast number of agents in the business: “If you don't have any friends...

GMAC Insurance Strives for Diversified Growth in 2008

SOUTHFIELD, Mich., Feb. 7 /PRNewswire/ -- GMAC Insurance today unveiled a new, comprehensive strategy to grow its base of diversified dealers in 2008. A...

ZANA Network Members Gain Access to Personalized Real Estate Services Worldwide Through Quorum Commercial

DETROIT, Nov. 26 /PRNewswire/ -- ZANA Network, LLC, an online sales, marketing and business development resource serving small and medium enterprises (SMEs) worldwide, today...

Home sales rise

Sales of homes and condominiums rose slightly in October for southeast Michigan. In October, 4,452 units were sold, a 0.4% increase over October 2006...

Manatron Announces a $1.8 Million Reassessment Contract with Marion County (Indianapolis), Indiana to Use...

KALAMAZOO, Mich., Oct. 18 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Manatron, Inc. (Nasdaq: MANA) the nation's leading provider of integrated, enterprise-level property tax solutions for state and local...

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New shorelands program helps waterfront homeowners improve shorelines, inland lakes

The Michigan Natural Shoreline Partnership recently launched a program to help lakefront homeowners understand best practices to protect their shoreland and inland lakes. The Michigan Shoreland Stewards Program will recognize inland lake property owners who are using healthy property management practices to protect their inland lake and offer tips to improve the shoreline further.

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Recovery housing, a safe place for homeless youth and a plan...

Eighteen projects across the lower peninsula will improve and grow quality affordable housing options for low- to moderate-income Michiganders. In the latest round of federal Low-Income Housing Tax Credits (LIHTC) awards, MSHDA will allocate $15,017,379 to fund major renovation and construction projects to build or rehabilitate 977 apartment units, Executive Director Earl Poleski announced today