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Real estate updates about the greater Lansing real estate market, the real estate industry, buyers, sellers, homes in and around the Lansing Michigan area, including Holt, Dewitt, Grand Ledge, Dimondale, Eaton Rapids, Okemos, East Lansing Haslett and other communities in Ingham and Eaton County.



 Delta Township is kicking off a greener initiativefor individuals of all ages entitled Greener Delta. Several community groups have joined into the event with Delta Township, including Grand Ledge School District, Delta Economic Development Corporation, Consumer Power, Lansing Board of Water and...
I was given the wonderful opportunity today to speak at the Lansing Chapter of Woman's Council of Realtors, luncheon that was held at the Eagle Eye Golf & Banquet Facility. There were about 45 people in attendance, which offered more opportunity to answer questions concerning Internet Blogging, w...
Thinking about purchasing a home of your own? Keep these critical considerations in mind: How long you plan to live in the home.If you purchase a home and get a job transfer or decide to move after only a short time, you may end up paying money in order to sell it. The value of your home may not ...
Lansing Real Estate is getting some humor from the original Pioneers of Coldwell Banker in our new 15 -30 second ads. Mr. Banker and Mr. Coldwell have a great attitude in today's market. That's why you can depend on us to stay focused on business during these challenging times vs. getting caught...
Mike Bowler Sr | Coldwell Banker Hubbell Briarwood | | 517-492-3400 1555 Holbrook, Holt, MI Beautiful custom built, 1396 sq. foot ranch with quality thru out. This lovely home offers 3 bedrooms and 3 full baths, First floor laundry. 3 Bdrm Single Family House offered at $199,...
Today I had to read again in the media about Lansing ranking number 1 as worst median price in the country. I addressed in a former post how these numbers mean very little, since most of the sales are taking place in the suburbs, and the other half is bank owned properties going at bargain prices...

Mike Bowler Sr.

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