$420,000 6909 POPPLETON Canton Twp, Michigan 48187 248-330-5475, ask for Susan More photos here: https://goo.gl/PMqMca Location!! North canton popular royal point west sub.fabulous turn key ranch,open floor plan. 3 bedrooms,3.5 baths.many recent quality updates/improvements by present owners.new ’11 chefs delight gourmet kitchen w/lrg island, back splash, hooded vent fan over dacor gas range, granite counters,furniture finished cabinets, major appliances. open to spacious family w/cathedral ceiling & cozy fp. oversized master ensuite w/tray ceiling,california closet system, double sinks, jetted tub, separate shower. 1st floor laundry w/cabinets, washer, dryer. added living space in professionally finished ll w/ full kitchen, separate wet bar w/refrigerator for entertaining, library/office, & spaciousRead More →

779 Upper Scotsborough Way Bloomfield Twp, Michigan 48304-3827 $540,000 1pm – 4pm 248-330-5475 Take a virtual tour -> Part of the exclusive Heathers Private Golf Club community this stunning end unit sports 3,000 square feet living space on a gorgeous and spacious landscape. Many updates including beautifully remodeled kitchen, flooring, paint, interior doors, light fixtures, etc. & newer furnace & appliances. Open floor space provides abundance of light. Includes a sunroom retreat and an elevated deck. Finished lower level with additional living space, including a walkout with full kitchen, additional laundry area, storage and exercise room, fireplace and secluded patio area. Perfect for visiting familyRead More →

$560,000 5425 WHITE HALL Circle N West Bloomfield TWP, Michigan 48323 Open House today, Sunday September 10, 2017 from 1 pm to 4 pm. More information: 248-330-5475 Turn-key ready. 5,568 square feet of space waiting for a new owner to simply move in. Spacious, 6 bedroom contemporary colonial on Evans Pond. Fresh neutral decor and hardwood floors in the hall ways. Large breakfast room and carpet in the living room, formal dining room, family room and library/den. The large open kitchen with custom oak cabinets, granite counter tops,two dishwashers, custom cabinets in breakfast room, walk in pantry make this house a great place to entertain.Read More →

Visit this house today from 1pm – 4pm for its gorgeous outside and inside look. $479,900 8830 PINE TRAIL Court Plymouth, Michigan 48170 Open floor, custom built, West facing country living-located on half acre plus lot with oversize great room with fireplace & French doors overlooking raised covered patio Formal dining room has butler pantry. Kitchen w/loads of cabs, counters & media area open to breakfast area with French doors to multi-tiered deck. Spacious bedrooms with walk in closets. Master bedroom with on-suite including his & her counters with sinks, spa tub & separate shower… Finished basement with new carpet in July 2017. Great placeRead More →

Home supply, particularly of starter homes, has been low for many years making it difficult for Millennials to buy a house. On top of the large cohort of Millennials, however, another substantially large cohort of buyers is poised to join house hunting making it very likely that home prices should drastically increase. — Latest data on existing home sales for July showed another monthly drop, second one in row, however, the level of existing home sales – at 5,440,000 for July – is less than what was at the beginning of the year in January. The fact that more houses are sold during peak winterRead More →

Why some homes cannot sell even in the seller’s market? There are lot of things that can potentially go wrong when selling a house but one of the worst ones is to have the home lay on the market for months with no offers, no visitors, no interest. Selling a home that attracts only silence is not a pleasant experience and good Realtors can spot the reason(s) very fast. The trouble for the seller starts when the seller, for whatever reason, refuses to accept the advice of the Realtor and lets the situation fester. I call this situation the “Ominous triple-O” because it is oftenRead More →

How is it that the new housing starts keep breaking new records yet we Realtors keep noting how there is a huge lack of inventory in the real estate market? The answer maybe in not in how much are builders building but instead what they are building. Take the most recent data from the Census Quarterly Starts and Completions by Purpose and Design and NAHB. It shows that new home builders are shifting their mix towards lower square footage homes. According to the report, since the cycle low around 2009, the average square footage rose by 10% while median size is up 13%. This skewRead More →

Why some homes cannot sell but one next to it gets sold quick? Being a homeowner in a sellers’ market sounds like a great thing, but there are homes, even in such market, that go on for months, even years, without ever getting sold. Few lookers may stop by, but politely pass on, often for the house just down the street. These unsold homes are often used by buyers compare against and validate that the comparable they are considering of buying is, indeed, the great deal. Why is that? Why do some decent homes stay on the market for so long and never fetch aRead More →

Getting to the finish line but never be able to cross it is an enormous emotional letdown. In real estate, that means getting to the point where the buyer has found his dream home only to see it get sold before being able to make a bid on it. In today’s seller’s market, this happens often and is a major emotional event. Take the recent experience my buyer had. That Sunday afternoon, the family decided on the house they want and we agreed to put a bid early Monday morning. Earnest money deposit was made, and that evening I spoke with the listing agent aboutRead More →