Home Property, Rentals, Transactions
Southfield, MI: The Greater Metropolitan Association of REALTORS® (GMAR), the top local association of REALTORS® in the state of Michigan, held its second annual “Gives Thanks” party on November 18 at Punch Bowl Social Detroit. The party celebrated and honored service men and women and veterans, as well as the entire GMAR membership. This was the second fundraiser of the year to raise enough money to train a medical service dog to assist a Michigan military veteran through Guardian Angels Medical Service Dogs.
Deborah A. Wiley has been awarded a National Title Professional (NTP) designation from the American Land Title Association (ALTA), the national trade association of the land title insurance industry. Wiley is the third NTP designee from Michigan and joins 66 other industry leaders from around the United States who have earned the professional designation.
Consumers Energy is adding jobs in Michigan, hiring qualified workers to increase its workforce that responds to emergencies, enhances system reliability and restores electric service following storms.
Private landowners interested in helping to maintain or improve Upper Peninsula deer wintering habitat can learn more about the subject and cost-share programs available to aid in those efforts at an upcoming meeting the Michigan Department of Natural Resources has scheduled for July 20
The Michigan Gaming Control Board today granted necessary approvals for MGM Resorts International (MGM), the parent of MGM Grand Detroit, LLC, to move forward with its proposal to reorganize and move certain real property into a Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT).
Residents in search of walkable and affordable downtown living in Ishpeming will find new options on the upper floors of the former Mather Inn. Twelve affordable rental units will be created using a Community Development Block Grant awarded to Marquette County by the Michigan State Housing Development Authority.
More than 600 properties, in five Lower Michigan counties, three Northern Michigan and four Upper Peninsula counties, will be auctioned off during State of Michigan Tax-Foreclosed, Real Property Auctions on August 12th and 13th. Registration for interested bidders will begin at 9:00 a.m., each day, with auctions scheduled to begin at 10:00 a.m.
Two Chippewa County homebuyers will receive help to purchase and rehabilitate their new homes through a MSHDA HOME grant awarded to the Chippewa-Luce-Mackinac Community Action Agency Human Resource Authority, Inc
When Walter Towns enlisted in the Marine Corps as an 18-year-old fresh out of high school, he dreamt of someday having a family, a home, a car and a job. He served in Korea for only six months – from March to September 1951 – but twice, those dreams were put in jeopardy when Towns was wounded by the enemy
U.S. Senator Debbie Stabenow (D-MI), a senior member of the Senate Finance Committee, today praised the Committee's extension of a provision that will ensure that homeowners working with their banks to reduce their mortgage payments will not be hit with a huge tax bill. In addition, the Committee passed her amendment to provide additional certainty to homeowners who might be eligible for this tax relief. This measure, based on Senator Stabenow's Mortgage Forgiveness Tax Relief Act introduced earlier this year, was included in the Committee's tax extenders package.
The cabin, with a scenic view of 410-acre Lake Ovid, sleeps five people. The lighting is solar-powered and a propane wall heater provides warmth during cold months. Drinking water is available near the cabin, as well as a vault-style toilet. The bedroom includes a full-size bed with a single bunk above, and a full-size futon located in the adjoining room
Landowners looking to make the most of their land can support local hunting traditions and economy, improve their land, and get paid to do it through the Department of Natural Resources’ Hunting Access Program. The DNR encourages landowners to consider enrolling their lands in the program, which provides private-land hunting opportunities in southern Michigan and the eastern Upper Peninsula. Landowners with at least 40 acres are eligible to enroll
The state-of-the-art, 4,000-seat ballpark, located on the Clinton River, will used for Little League, high school, college and minor league baseball, as well as for community activities like ice skating, concerts, and family and senior events. The city anticipates the new facility will create more than 100 new full-time and part-time jobs
Brennan Investment Group, LLC, a private real estate investment firm that acquires, develops, and operates industrial facilities, announced its acquisition of two buildings at 13700 Oakland Avenue and 350 Victor Avenue in Highland Park, Michigan.
The 578,059 square foot industrial complex includes the company's warehouse and call center, and serves as its corporate headquarters.
Governor Rick Snyder today issued a proclamation declaring May as Building Safety Month to highlight the importance of building permits, inspections and code compliance in Michigan’s built environment. “Resilient Communities Start with Building Codes” is this year’s theme, with the first week emphasizing, “Don’t Get Burned, Build to Code.”