Members of President Barack Obama’s cabinet made a whirlwind visit to Detroit Friday, bringing promises of $300 million in federal funds. But top officials from Washington come here all the time, and
Labor Day is as good a time as any to remember that looking for a home and looking for a job often go hand-in-hand. The top reason why people move to another state is for a new job or job transfer. In
There are several great communities,in the city of Detroit, as well as outside of the city. If you would like to view a select set of properties, based on your specific criteria sent to you, I would be more than happy to do so.
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Lovers of Detroit architecture, mark Thursday on your calendars. That's the day when members of Whitney Partners LLC, accompanied by Gov. Rick Snyder, will kick off the reconstruction of the city's historic
Detroit is the largest most growing city in the US State of Michigan. There are despite popular belief, Wonderful Investments here. The Key to making a sound decision is research. Don't give away thousands
You should get it touch with the Detroit Police department. They will be able to give you updated info.
I know they just opened a 48 million dollar school. I'm sure it is state of the art.
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The other day we went on one of our favorite road trips, to Detroit! We have several places that we enjoy visiting while there, but on this trip we were on a mission. We were going to preview a piece
The Federal Fair Housing Act enacted an amendment in 1988 that bars discrimination based on handicap of the renter or of a buyer. The landlord must allow the tenants to make reasonable modifications of existing premises at the tenant's expense and in SOME cases the changes must be returned back to their original state also at the tenants expense. Some modifications may remain in place. There are also some other rules listed under that amendment for the handicap. The law is enforced by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).
I would suggest going to HUD's website for more information and to find out what all of his rights are under that law. He is very lucky to have parents like you and his dad that are still there for him.
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November 2009- My First Michigan Home is pleased to announce their recent team up with Volunteers of America Michigan to serve meals to 100+ people in need at Williams Chapel Missionary Baptist
I've fired a few clients recently for the same thought process...
I'm not willing to compromise my time nor my sanity at the drop of a hat for anyone that can't afford me a simple convenience.
My favorite part is how I don't think I ask too much -- just give me 24 hour notice to set up a showing to make arrangements, call the listing, move other clients around, etc. Then, heaven forbid I can't show a house on 15 minute notice, I'm a bad guy and they'll call the listing agent to view it. Then, the listing agent in many cases tries to solicit their business away from me, even when they're under contract...argh.
I still find that some people aren't quite "getting it" when it comes to pricing a listing. They'll bounce between 3-4 agents. They'll blame the agent for the lack of showings, when in reality, consumers have any given number of outlets to research prices, other listings, etc. If you, as a seller AREN'T getting showings -- you're overpriced. Simply put.
I think that in addition to all that, clients think all agents are the same. Many don't understand that having the listing agent show a home isn't always a good thing. Or, that we don't get paid until the deal closes...so showing 30-50 homes which may be no big deal to someone is a huge deal to us IF we don't close.
Other than that, I love this job. I've found that sitting down and talking with people and a few minute education to our job goes a long, long way.... more