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Agree Realty Corporation Announces Florida Development Project

FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich., Oct. 11 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Agree Realty Corporation (NYSE: ADC) today announced that it would develop, for retail use, a property located...

Home Prices Weakest in Decade

Some Markets Remain Stubbornly Overvalued WALTHAM, Mass. -- Global Insight, the world's leading company for economic and financial analysis and forecasting, released the 2007 second-quarter...

NW Michigan real estate: price reductions should spur market

As news of a rapidly-deteriorating national housing market continues to sweep across the country, northwest Michigan real estate agents remain hopeful and say our...

SDE Business Partnering to Provide MRO Services for Loreto Bay Sustainable Development Project

Development Project Employs Sustainability Principles to Protect and Enhance the Natural Environment DETROIT, Sept. 25 /PRNewswire/ -- SDE Business Partnering (SDE), a Detroit-based minority-owned provider...

Skanska Completing $245 Million of School Construction Projects

SOUTHFIELD, Mich., Sept. 17 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Skanska USA Building Inc. announced today it has more than $245 million in K-12 construction projects coming to...

Taubman Centers To Present at the Merrill Lynch Global Real Estate Conference

BLOOMFIELD HILLS, Mich., Sept. 17 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Taubman Centers, Inc. (NYSE: TCO) today announced that Robert S. Taubman, chairman, president and chief executive officer,...

MiRealSource MLS Offers Appointment Call Center Concierge Service to Agents and Brokers

TROY, Mich., Sept. 13 /PRNewswire/ -- MiRealSource -- Michigan's most innovative and oldest MLS -- is launching a new real estate appointment center call...

Relocate-America.com Announces America’s Top 25 Places to Live to Go to School

HOWELL, Mich., Sept. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- Relocate-America.com, a website that provides relocating consumers access to resources for their upcoming relocation has released its 2007...

2007 RE/MAX Housing Study: Home Owners Continue to Invest in Their Homes Despite Economy

Nearly two-thirds of area homeowners made improvements in homes over past two years SOUTHFIELD, Mich., Sept. 4 /PRNewswire/ -- Metro Detroit homeowners remain vigilant in...

Mid-Michigan housing market still in decline

Some realtors have double the numbers of homes over last year. One realtor said she has about double the homes for sale now than...

Builder out of ‘pink hotel’ project

Brighton builder Stan Schafer is out of the picture when it comes to redeveloping the historical "pink hotel" property.Someone else has apparently offered more...

Vehicle interaction test center to open

A nonprofit research center and a trade group will open a center in Ann Arbor next month to test new technology that will allow...

Proposed rental ordinance may be revised

 After a contentious public hearing, letters of concern and objections from city commissioners, Battle Creek city officials are set to ask the commission on...

Wal-Mart Super Center set to open in Three Rivers

THREE RIVERS -- The Three Rivers Super Center is undergoing finishing touches in advance of opening its doors at 8 a.m. Aug. 8. It...

County property owners struggling to pay taxes and mortgages

Home foreclosures are rising dramatically in Oakland County either due to people choosing not to pay or not being able to pay their mortgages,...

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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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State Waives Well Water Testing Fee for Isabella and Midland County...

The State of Michigan encourages all residents with a private drinking water well that has been covered by flood water to have their well cleaned and tested to ensure the water is safe to consume. Lt. Gov. Brian Calley declared a “state of disaster” for Isabella and Midland counties Friday after severe weather and intense rain struck the counties, resulting in widespread flood damage.