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Agents Can Help Both Buyers And Sellers - 01/31/11 08:15 AM
Individuals can expect a real estate agent to help them navigate a process that can prove intimidating. Buying a Home1. Schedule a consultation to discuss what features and amenities you are looking for in a home.2. The agent may suggest you speak with a mortgage consultant to figure out your buying power and obtain a mortgage pre-approval letter.3. The agent will then look up home listings in a particular price range and help you to view the homes.4. When you find a home you want to purchase, the real estate agent will help you come up with a fair market price and (0 comments)
Survive Buying Your First Home - 01/30/11 08:49 AM
The lowest home prices in years are driving many people to purchase their first home. Few things are simultaneously as exciting and nerve wracking as becoming a homeowner. Preparation can make sure individuals are covering all of the bases. First time home buyers easily can be overwhelmed by the process of buying a home. In addition to the legal hurdles associated with purchasing a home, the stress of committing such a substantial amount of money can lead to some sleepless nights. But first time home buyers in the market for a home can prepare themselves for the process ahead of time. (0 comments)
Oxford Lakes, Oxford Michigan, Waterfront Community - 01/29/11 08:02 AM
Oxford Lakes, Year Round Lake Community LivingOxford Village, Michigan 48371 "Enchanted Forest", 2 acre park, activity paradise with lots of playground equipment, sit and enjoy lunch on one of the picnic tables in the pavilion or just relax on a bench. Custom homes on the market:* 735 Lakes Edge Dr, $134,900 - 2518 sq.ft - 4 bedrooms* 254 Oxford Lake Dr, $148,000 - 1939 sq.ft - 4 bedrooms Sold homes in Oxford Lakes:* 730 Woodleigh Way, (not posted) - 2026 sq.ft * 939 Abingdon St, $123,500 - 2188 sq.ft - 3 bedrooms* 670 Lakes Edge Dr, $275,000 - 3050 sq.ft - 3 bedrooms * (0 comments)
Oxford Michigan, Real Estate Market, Homes For Sale In Oxford - 01/28/11 09:46 AM
Oxford, Oakland County, Michigan 48371statistics, real estate trends, reports01/28/2011 Buyers:* as of 01/23/11 there is about 176 total properties on the market, which is down 2% from 01/16/11* the average property has been on the market for about 201 days, that's up 1% from last week Sellers:* sold properties this week is 18, with an average sell price of $113,016, down 29%* the median list price for a single family home is $213,962, which is down 1% from 01/16/11* price per square foot for homes in Oxford is about $95, that's no change from last week With interest rates (0 comments)
40 Acres, Vacant, Zoned Multiple, Macomb Twp, Michigan 48042 - 01/27/11 03:40 PM
19550 25 Mile Rd.Macomb Twp, Michigan 48042 $599,958.00 40 acres - Paved road - Utilities Looking to develop home sites? Retail strip mall? Showcase of restaurants? Some type of service business? Then I have the property for you! 40 acres with natural gas, water and sewers at the street. The value is in the land. Close to parks, ice arena and golf. What's your idea? Don't wait to have the affordable property of your dreams. Contact me direct at 800-628-7356 x 8065 or email@example.com for your private showing TODAY! (1 comments)
Taking A Deep Breath Of Radioactive Decay - 01/26/11 06:09 PM
This post, "taking a deep breath of radioactive decay", by Jason Channell, really gets technical but is worth the time spent reading. Note the charts, interesting. Via Jason Channell, The House Sleuth (Diadem Property Inspections - Serving Southeast Michigan): Taking A Deep Breath Of Radioactivity We all have heard about radon gas. It is colorless, tasteless and odorless, and produced courtesy of the decay of uranium and radium in the ground. But what exactly makes radon gas so dangerous? Radioactivity.
What does "radioactive" mean, anyway. Let's take a look at the element hydrogen. At the left, we have an electron (0 comments)
Lake Ridge of Waterstone, Oxford, Michigan 48371 - 01/26/11 05:54 PM
100 Ridge Field Ct.Oxford, MI 48371 $239,958.00 Lake Ridge of Waterstone2,342 sq.ft I was going to tell you how absolutely perfect this 4 bedroom colonial home is...but I sold it the 2nd day on the market, for 98% of the asking price. Don't wait to have the affordable home of your dreams, contact me at 248-969-8065 or firstname.lastname@example.org TODAY! Buyer services Seller services
Lapeer Michigan Real Estate Market - 01/25/11 11:11 PM
City of Lapeer, Lapeer County, Michiganprice trends, statistics, market conditions01/25/2011 History will repeat itself. In any marketplace, there are cycles. Periods of rapid real estate appreciation are followed by stagnant periods where values stabilize or even decrease. By acquiring marketplace knowledge, you can foresee trends for your own benefit. (dirk zeller)
Sellers:* Realcomp reports month to date, 10 reported home sales with an average sell price of $57,523.00* Average days on the market for homes, 80 days, all properties is 219 days* Price per sq.ft for all properties is $79.00, no change from 01/09/2011 Buyers:* Month to date, active listings on the (0 comments)
East Tawas Michigan, 3 State Dock Improvement Alternatives - 01/24/11 08:37 AM
Second study offers 3 state dock improvement alternatives A $142,000 improvement to the East Tawas Dock is recommended in a separate study aimed toward bring cruise ships to East Tawas. Dated 10/28/2010, the 102 page study is the final report of the East Tawas State Harbor for mooring Great Lakes cruise ships at the East Tawas State Dock. The report was prepared for the City of East Tawas by Rowe Professional Services and United Associates. The report offers 3 alternatives to moor cruise ships at the state dock - $142,187 to moor cruise ships at the outer pier head, $517,187 to (0 comments)
Lapeer Twp, Michigan, 1.5 Acres With Ranch Style Home - 01/23/11 04:54 PM
1256 Sharon Dr.Lapeer, MI 48446Lapeer County NEW LISTING! $149,458.00 Very clean, move in ready 3 bedroom ranch on 1.5 acres with storage barn and lawn tractor. Brick / aluminum exterior, attached garage, full finished basement, updated roof-hot water tank-furnace. Newer interior paint, some new carpet, all appliances stay, fireplace in family room. Close to downtown Lapeer for shopping-dining-schools-hospital-family activities. Don't wait to have the affordable home of your dreams. Call me TODAY to schedule your private showing. Buyer Services Seller Services (0 comments)
Green Kitchen Countertops, Eco-Friendly Choices - 01/23/11 08:27 AM
Save money over granite and be kind to your home planet. How? Pick a green kitchen countertop material when you remodel your kitchen. If you're replacing your kitchen countertops, it's smart to go green whether you're on a tight budget or can afford something luxe. These days, sustainable materials are just as good looking as traditional countertops like granite or quartz, so making a green choice won't ding your home's resale value. What's green? Green kitchen countertops feature recycled or sustainable content, low toxicity binders, eco-friendly manufacturing processes or a combination. Local production is good, too, if you can arrange it, (0 comments)
What's So Bad About Lead Anyway? - 01/22/11 08:38 AM
Found another article from Jason on the hazards of lead in our homes. "What's so bad about lead anyway" talks about health effects, not all lead comes from paint. Via Jason Channell, The House Sleuth (Diadem Property Inspections - Serving Southeast Michigan): What's So Bad About Lead Anyway?
We've all heard that dust or chips from lead paint are incredibly dangerous, especially to children. But what really happens when someone (adult or child) ingests lead? Why is lead so dangerous?
Step One: Entering The Blood Stream Once lead is absorbed from the gastrointestinal tract (from eating paint chips) or the lungs (0 comments)
Study: East Tawas Michigan, Cruise Ship Activity Is Feasible - 01/22/11 08:11 AM
Cruise ship activity in the Tawas Bay area is feasible and would be an attractive addition to the area's economy. That's the executive summary of the 100 page document titled, "Economic Feasibility of Tawas Bay as a Cruise Ship Port of Call and Port City Guide". The study, dated December 2010, was on Tuesday's East Tawas City Council agenda and was prepared by a Port of Call committee comprised of volunteers, Develop Iosco and the City of East Tawas. The study examines 4 areas of concentration, the cruise ship industry, East Tawas as an attractive port of call, economic impact and (1 comments)
Insurance For Your Home Business - 01/21/11 08:49 AM
If you work out of your house, you need to think about insurance for your home-based business. A homeowners policy probably doesn't offer much protection against loss of business equipment, not to mention liability if a client gets hurt or compensation if your business is disrupted by a fire, flood, or other disaster. Many people think homeowners insurance will cover a home-based business in a catastrophe. Policies vary, but in reality most typically top out at a few hundred dollars for business property lost to a fire, burglary, or natural disaster. The most economical way to insure your home-based business is (1 comments)
Oxford Michigan, Real Estate Market, Homes For Sale In Oxford - 01/20/11 08:55 AM
Oxford, Oakland County, Michigan 48371market reports, statistics, real estate trends01/20/2011 Real Estate Market Today:* the median price per square foot for homes is about $95 - that's down 2% from 01/09/2011 * there are about 179 properties on the market as of 01/16/2011 - down 2% or 3 homes* the median single family home price is $214,919 - that's down 1% from last week* with a market action index at 17.27, Oxford is currently a buyer's market* the average property has been on the market for about 200 days - no change from 01/09/2011 0 Solds Reported This Week: 5 New (0 comments)
Drinking Water And Lead Contamination In Michigan - 01/19/11 08:28 AM
This post on "Drinking Water And Lead Contamination" will make you get the water filters out. Details about plumbing, what you can and cannot do, tips for cleaner water. Via Jason Channell, The House Sleuth (Diadem Property Inspections - Serving Southeast Michigan): Drinking Water And Lead Contamination In Michigan
Bad news: Michigan is a high-risk state for lead hazards. At least, according to the Centers For Disease Control (CDC). While the greatest danger of exposure comes from dust (for adults) or paint chips (for children), lead is also often present in drinking water, not so much from water sources, but from the (0 comments)
Wood Fireplace, Tips on Safety And Efficiency - 01/19/11 08:15 AM
Ready for the colder months? You will be if you follow these simple guidelines to keep your wood fireplace burning brightly - and safely. 1. Only burn dry, cured wood. 2. Burn firewood and only firewood. 3. Close the damper when not using your wood fireplace. 4. Keep bi-fold glass doors open when burning a fire to allow heat to get into the room. 5. Have a chimney cap installed to prevent objects, rain and snow from falling into your chimney and to reduce downdrafts. 6. Replace a poorly sealing damper to prevent heat loss. 7. Install carbon monoxide detectors (1 comments)
Tax Credits For Adding or Replacing Insulation - 01/18/11 08:05 AM
The 2010 energy tax credit for adding insulation is gone, but a smaller one in 2011 is better than nothing. Whether it's summer heat or winter cold, insulation makes your house a lot more livable. From 2009 to 2010, the government helped out, letting you take $1500 in tax credits for adding insulation. If you took full advantage of this credit, congratulations. Be sure to file IRS Form 5695 in 2011. Relax, because you've taken all the energy credits you've got coming. If you didn't, and your kicking yourself as you shiver in the cold, you still have options. At the (1 comments)
Housing Prices versus Mortgage Rates - 01/16/11 09:13 AM
I found this interesting post from Drew, on how rising interest rates could effect the housing market. Bottom line, rising rates should not have that much effect on the housing market. Via Drew Sygit (The Lending Edge) Real Estate Financing Expert (Purchases, First Time Buyers, Pre-Approvals, Refinance): Interest rates for mortgages have been on the rise for several weeks. What does this mean for the Housing Market? Well, it was nice while it lasted - the record low interest rates that is. Who would have ever thought back in the 1980's, when rates were pushing 20%, that rates would be almost 4% for (1 comments)
Lapeer Michigan Real Estate Market - 01/16/11 08:52 AM
City of Lapeer, Lapeer County, Michigan 48446market conditions, price trends, statistics01/16/2011 Real estate market for Lapeer as of 01/09/2011:* there are about 233 properties on the market - down 1% from last week* median single family home price is at $118,975 - that's down 1%* with a market action index at 16.39, Lapeer is currently a buyer's market* average property has been on the market for about 220 days - up 1% from 01/02/2011* median price per square foot for homes is about $79 - down 2% from last week Solds this week:* 1431 Indian Rd, $550 (lease) - 900 (0 comments)
Cleaning Your Indoor Air - 01/14/11 08:41 AM
This post from Jason on "cleaning your indoor air" details air quality, filters and their ratings. Seems like an easy fix to improve your indoor air quality. Via Jason Channell, The House Sleuth (Diadem Property Inspections - Serving Southeast Michigan): leaning Your Indoor Air If you have a forced air system, it sends heated air through the supply ducts and return the air back to the furnace through the return ducts. And during the warm months, the same ductwork handles the distribution of cool air. So, if you have the forced air system, you regularly change your filters, right?
Forced air systems (3 comments)
Golf Highlands of Waterstone, Oxford Michigan - 01/13/11 05:47 PM
1581 Glass Lake Cir.Oxford, Michigan 48371 $329,958.00 Golf Highlands in Oxford! Beautiful brick split level on Glass Lake Cir. 4 bedrooms and 3.5 baths, 2819 sq.ft with master on 1st floor, den/office, wood-ceramic-carpet flooring, 1st floor laundry and wet bar. Full basement, 3 car garage, large lot (143 x 195), patio and pond. Close to downtown Oxford for dining, shopping, family activities and city events...Don't wait to have the affordable home of your dreams, call me TODAY at 248-969-8065 or email@example.com to schedule your private showing. Buyer Services Seller Services (0 comments)
Humidity And Your Home - 01/12/11 10:10 PM
This article on humidity covers relative humidity, indoor air quality, recommended rh ranges and sources of humidity. Getting it right helps the building products and your health. Via Jason Channell, The House Sleuth (Diadem Property Inspections - Serving Southeast Michigan): Humidity And Your Home Humidity in a house affects both your health and the health of your house. We've all experienced personal discomfort when the atmosphere is too humid... but the building products inside your home are affected too. And then, there is that nasty four letter word... mold. If the humidity is too high, mold can grow and buidling products can warp (1 comments)
Michigan's Household Allergens - 01/12/11 09:05 AM
This post from Jason on "Michigan's Household Allergens" deals with what's in the house that makes your allergies flare up and what you can do to control it. Via Jason Channell, The House Sleuth (Diadem Property Inspections - Serving Southeast Michigan): Michigan's Household Allergens
Many of you know that awful feeling... the sneezing, the runny nose, the watery eyes, the... well, you get the idea. Allergies are a common disorder here in the United States. In fact, around 50 million Americans suffer from either seasonal or chronic allergies, including about 2.5 million people right here in Michigan. Nationwide, they cost the health (0 comments)
Sorting Your Needs From Wants, Chapter 8 - 01/12/11 08:24 AM
Deciding on a serious change in life style such as finding and purchasing a new home, a new environment to surround your family within, you must first decide what your looking for and the reason for the change. Is this search for new neighbors going to consist of moving around the corner, to a new town, changing counties or possibly to a new state? In many cases, the move is due to an addition to the family, or the separation of the family. It can be the result of a new job or simply a desire to upgrade or down size (1 comments)
Oxford Michigan, Real Estate Market - 01/11/11 08:14 AM
Oxford, Oakland County, Michigan 48371real estate trends, market reports, statistics01/11/2011 New listings this week:* 233 Oxford Lake Dr, $1,300 (lease) - private owned* 77 N. Washington St, $45,000 (lease commercial)* 43 Mill St, $55,000 - short sale* 63 E. Burdick St, $124,900 - private owned* 233 Oxford Lake Dr, $134,500 - private owned* 27 N. Washington St, $450,000 - commercial* 90 S. Washington St, $1,200,000 - commercial Real estate market today, 01/09/2011:* about 181 properties are on the market in Oxford - that's down 4% from 12/26/2010* median single family home price is $215,688 - down 1% or $420* Market action (0 comments)
AuGres Michigan, Art & Wine Show This Summer - 01/10/11 08:00 AM
The city of AuGres may become a little more sophisticated this summer. At their monthly meeting, the AuGres city commissioners agreed to host an art and wine show sometime during the summer. A date for a show is not yet planned, but the show will be held sometime between June and August in Kinder Platz Park in downtown AuGres. The idea to start a art and wine show comes from examples set by other communities. In September, Kinder Platz Park hosted the AuGres Bridal Show. The show was such a success that one of the event organizers suggested the city host (0 comments)
Preventing (Or Dealing With) Ice Dams On Michigan Roofs - 01/09/11 08:28 AM
This is like a part #2 of a previous post, "causes of ice dams", this part deals with preventing ice dams. Also take notice of the paragraph on "fungi". Via Jason Channell, The House Sleuth (Diadem Property Inspections - Serving Southeast Michigan): Preventing (Or Dealing With) Ice Dams On Michigan Roofs Most ice dams form at the edge of the roof, where it is colder. Approaching the top of the roof, the temperatures rise, heated by the warm air rising through the house, into the attic. In a house, heat moves through the ceiling and insulation by conduction (heat energy going through a (0 comments)
Lapeer Michigan, Real Estate Market - 01/09/11 08:19 AM
City of Lapeer, Lapeer County, Michigan 48446statistics, market conditions, price trends01/09/2011 3 new listings this week:* 805 N. Calhoun St, $19,900 / 1650 sq.ft / bank owned* 704 Lincoln St, $32,900 / 1100 sq.ft / bank owned* 746 N. Main St, $90,000 / 2914 sq.ft / bank owned Real estate market today:* price per square foot for homes is about $80 in Lapeer* about 234 properties are on the market as of 01/02/2011 - that's down 2% from 12/26/2010* the median single family home price is $120,083 - down 2% or $2,167* a market action index of 16.30 makes Lapeer a (1 comments)
What Causes Ice Dams On Michigan Roofs? - 01/08/11 09:15 AM
This post from Jason Channell about what causes ice dams on Michigan roofs is interesting. Every ones heard the term, but might not understand how it actually works. Via Jason Channell, The House Sleuth (Diadem Property Inspections - Serving Southeast Michigan): What Causes Ice Dams On Michigan Roofs?
Every year I see Michigan homes damaged by ice dams. A lot of people have heard the term "ice dam," but don't really understand what it is, what it does, or how to prevent it. An ice dam is, essentially, a ridge of ice that forms at the edge of a roof. It prevents (1 comments)
Local Retailers Are Upbeat - 01/08/11 09:05 AM
Local retailers are upbeat about recovering economy Santa brought more than just presents to Iosco County this Christmas season - he delivered some optimism to local businesses that have been struggling through the nation's horrific economic downturn. Almost all of the retailers agreed that November and December sales were definitely, although mostly modestly, up from 2009. Similarly, almost everyone agreed that they were cautiously optimistic about the economy, and local spending, to be making a comeback during the coming year. The owner of Ben Franklin in East Tawas, says that overall, this past year was much better than he expected.references: iosco (0 comments)
Efflorescence... It Isn't Mold, But It Could Indicate A Problem - 01/07/11 11:30 PM
Efflorescence, I didn't know what it was until I read this article. Jason goes into how it forms, prevention and removal. Worth reading and understanding. Via Jason Channell, The House Sleuth (Diadem Property Inspections - Serving Southeast Michigan): Efflorescence... It Isn't Mold, But It Could Indicate A Problem Do you see some white chalky stuff around the outside of the house? Worried it is mold? Chances are, it is efflorescence, an accumulation of minerals and salts on brick and cement. We can see it on bricks and blocks, inside and outside, on old and new houses around Michigan. While it is unsightly, efflorescence (0 comments)
Metamora Michigan, Real Estate Market - 01/07/11 11:01 PM
Metamora, Lapeer County, Michigan 48455real estate market today, 01/07/2011 If your looking for the history of Metamora, homes for sale or lease in Metamora, trends in the real estate market...... Sales and demand trends: average property in Metamora has been on the market for about 282 days - that's down about 4% or 9 days Price per square foot: median price per square foot for homes is about $115 - down 4% Homes for sale: about 101 properties on the market as of 01/02/2011, down 6% from 11/07/2010 Price trends: median single family home price is about $259,813 - down 6% (0 comments)
Colonial, Oxford Michigan, Waterstone Subdivision - 01/06/11 01:21 PM
NEW LISTING! 550 Boulder Lake Dr.Oxford, MI 48371 5 bedrooms and 3.5 baths, 3668 sq.ft, large lot (70 x 210) with views of the ponds to die for. Fireplace, full finished walkout basement, large custom deck, I could go on and on about this magnificent home... Move in ready, looks brand new, award winning Oxford schools, close to downtown Oxford for shopping, dining, family activities and city events. For a private showing, please contact me at 800-628-7356 x 8065 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Lake Orion, Michigan, Real Estate Market - 01/06/11 09:09 AM
Lake Orion, Oakland County, Michigan 48360market reports, statistics, real estate trends01/06/2011 If your looking for the history of Lake Orion, homes for sale or lease in Lake Orion, trends in the real estate market, you found the right place... Market Conditions: with a market action index at 16.90, Lake Orion is currently a buyer's market Sales Trends: the average property has been on the market for about 192 days, that's up 4% or 7 days from 11/07/2010 Price Per Square Foot: the median price per square foot for homes as of 01/02/2011 is about $88, down 5% from last month Homes For Sale: (0 comments)
The Bare Bones, At-The-Very-Minimum Homeowner Toolkit - 01/04/11 11:02 PM
Here's a story, right to the point , of what tools you should have in your homeowner toolkit. Agree or disagree, these are the minimum tools you should have in your box. Via Jason Channell, The House Sleuth (Diadem Property Inspections): The Bare Bones, At-The-Very-Minimum, Absolutely Basic Homeowner Toolkit
I love inspecting houses. I get to meeta lot of great people (and only rarely a not-so-nice person), and find "the story" behind many different homes. But I particularly enjoy inspections for first-timers. And most of the time, I am asked this question: What kind of tools do I need, at a minimum, (2 comments)
Understanding Water Filtration Options - 01/02/11 05:52 PM
Found this post from Jason Channell on "Understanding Water Filtration Options". Living in Lapeer County, most everyone gets water from a well system. Good information on types of filters and when to change them. Via Jason Channell, The House Sleuth (Diadem Property Inspections): Understanding Water Filtration Options Are you interested in improving the flavor and quality of your tap water? You may want to consider purchasing a carbon water filtration system. These systems are easy to install, relatively inexpensive, and cover the basic functions of filtration. Water filter charcoal medium carbon is derived from coconut husk, and it is extremely absorbent of (0 comments)
East Tawas, Project Will Monitor Fish Movement - 01/02/11 05:39 PM
USGS project will monitor Lake Huron fish movement A federal fisheries project will monitor the movement of walleye and lake trout in Lake Huron. The project is through the U.S. Geological Surveys Hammond Bay Biological Station and is funded by the Great Lakes Fisheries Commission and Great Lakes Restoration Initiative. The field station supervisor at Hammond Bay, said the effort will look at the importance of walleye spawning in the Tittabawassee River to Saginaw and Tawas bays and the amount of interchange of walleye between Lake Huron and western Lake Erie. The concept allows them to get involved with fish telemetry.references: (0 comments)
Oxford Michigan, Real Estate 01/02/2011 - 01/02/11 12:24 AM
Oxford, Oakland County, Michigan 48371statistics, trends, market reports Being a holiday week, the solds and listings were very slim... 0 Solds Reported 1 New Listing This Week:* 42 Mechanic St, $89,900 (short sale) 4 bedrooms & 2 baths Real Estate Market As Of 12/26/2010:* The median single family home price is $216,108 - that's up 1% from last week* With a market action index at 17.42, Oxford is currently a buyer's market* The average property has been on the market for about 196 days - up 2% from last week* Median price per square foot for homes is about (0 comments)
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