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No new listings this week: Reported solds this week: 488 E. Oregon St, $13,650 / 3 bedrooms / 1 bath / 1,182 sq.ft 260 Fox St, $61,500 / 3 bedrooms / 2.5 baths / 2,176 sq.ft 841 Peppermill Cir, $65,000 / 3 bedrooms / 1.5 baths / Median sales price continues to decline as overall inventory levels increase, and non-foreclosure sales outpace foreclosure sales. New listings on market are up 23.5%, total active listings are at 250, solds year to year are down 11.4%, median sales price is down to $52,000 which (1 comments)
1. Vacant property is at an all time low: builder lots in sub- divisions are 40-50-60% off prices from 2005. 2. Less demand for building materials: lumber is down 36% from 2005, sheetrock down 30% from 2009, and stucco down 15%. 3. Building costs and excavating down: building costs are down as much as $25 per square foot, excavation costs have fallen 20% as well. 4. Construction crews are ready: there is not a lot of new home construction going on right now. (2 comments)
Ferguson Convalescent Home, Lapeer Michigan - 05/21/10 05:23 PM
When my stepfather decided to move my mother back to Michigan, it was time for us to locate a nursing home close to everyone and one that provided the best care for her. Ferguson Convalescent Home was not our first choice. But now that she is a resident there, we are both extremely happy with the decision. This is the story of Anna Lee Ferguson... Harold and Anna Lee Ferguson purchased the original nursing home and took over operations on 03/01/1953. The building had a capacity of 28 beds with 17 residents. The family included daughter Phebe, and Anna Lee's father became the (0 comments)
The Village of Oxford Michigan - 05/15/10 10:38 PM
The Village of Oxford, Oakland County, Michigan 4837105/16/2010 New Realcomp figures for our area (48371) were posted on 05/10/2010. Analysis shows on-market inventories continue to decline in most areas, non-foreclosure sales outpaced foreclosure sales. New listings year to date down 25.4%, total active listings are at 179, solds are up 23.8%, median sales price is up 1% to $137,500.00... 2 new listings this week: 70 Pearl St, 3 bedrooms / 2 baths / 1264 sq.ft / $123,900 571 Bay Pointe Dr, 4 bedrooms / 2.5 baths / 3174 sq.ft / $192,900 1 reported sold: 72 Dennison St, 3 bedrooms / 1 (0 comments)
Birding Festival Kicks Off Annual Event, East Tawas Michigan - 05/12/10 03:58 PM
The Tawas Point Birding Festival is shaping up in its 5th year to be the largest yet. The event recognizes Tawas Point and greater Iosco County as a rich bird watching area with organized field trips for enthusiasts and a seminar and lecture series. Several types of Terns, a Michigan shorebird species, are this year's featured bird. The birds include the Caspian Tern, Black Tern and the Forster's Tern.
references: jason ogden, iosco news (0 comments)
FISH Pantry Under New Management, Oxford Michigan - 05/10/10 04:21 PM
A changing of the guard concerning Oxford / Orion FISH is due to take place at the end of this month. Valarie Cass, who's been the nonprofit group's pantry coordinator for the last 6 years, is stepping down and handing the job over to Sandy Klersy and Kelly Fuller. Although Cass plans to continue doing volunteer work for the group, she decided it was time to pass the torch when it came to managing and operating the food pantry in Thomas, a tiny unincorporated area of Oxford Twp, located north of the village and west of M-24. Klersy's involvement with FISH (0 comments)
New listings this week are: 46 Broadway St, 3 bedrooms & 1 bath / 1267 sq.ft / $84,900 New solds reported this week are: 665 Thornehill Trl, 4 bedrooms & 2.5 baths / $135,500 867 Bay Pointe Dr, 4 bedrooms & 3 baths / $255,000
Median sales price continues to rise as overall inventory levels decline, inventory levels move more in line with overall demand. Through March, solds are down 9.7%, median sales price is up to $173,450 from $136,900 in February. (0 comments)
With the Sunrise Coast recently becoming a featured destination on the Pure Michigan web site, It's important that Arenac County do its part in joining forces with the rest of the northeast Michigan coastline as well as become more united within the county itself. For tourists who are coming up from downstate, or for those who are coming up from other parts of the county, Arenac County is the beginning of their experience of the Sunrise Coast. The weekend traffic is already starting to roll in, gearing up every one for the summer, and we need to (0 comments)
No repairs needed in this well maintained Cape Cod with 3 bedrooms on 2.1 acres in Lapeer County. Great features include full basement, great room with vaulted ceilings, breakfast area and wood floors. Fenced back yard for playful toddlers, deck, large garage and paved road. For a private showing, contact Donald Horne at 800-628-7356 x 8065. (0 comments)
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