April 2019

Found 20 blog entries for April 2019.

9102 Parkland Dr, Ypsilanti, MI 48197


3 bd     3Ba     2,181 sqft

Creekside Village East 2 Story on Corner Lot! This 3 bedroom, 3 bath home features over 2,000 sqft of open living space which includes; hardwood floors throughout the entry level, formal living room/dining room or office with double doors, kitchen with granite counters and large island, dine-in area, carpeted living room, and entry-level half bath. Upstairs you have a spacious loft area, full bath, 3 bedrooms including a large master suite with attached full bath and walk-in closet. Outside you have a nice brick paver patio for entertaining outdoors this summer, full basement, and two-car attached garage. JOIN US THIS WEEKEND FOR AN OPEN HOUSE; SATURDAY 5/4 12PM-2PM

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6139 Creekside Cir, Ypsilanti, MI 48197


3 bd    3ba    1,447 sqft

Paint Creek Farms 2 Story. This 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath home features a hardwood entry that leads to carpeted family room with vaulted ceilings and gas fireplace, kitchen with large island, tiled backsplash, dine in area, designated laundry room with access to the garage, and entry-level half bath. Upstairs you have 3 spacious bedroom with ceiling fans, including a master suite with attached bath and walk-in closet. Enjoy your summer evenings on the beautiful deck in the spacious backyard with privacy fencing. Attached 2 car garage and full basement for additional storage. This community is located near pine view golf course, minutes from the HWY for easy commuter

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 822 N River St, Ypsilanti, MI 48198


3 bd     1ba     818 sqft

Does a front yard filled with native plants, birds and bugs make you smile?

Do you love the charm of an older home, with a beautiful, fully-updated interior?

Are you up for the adventure of growing your own fruits and veggies?


A Bungalow with a Backyard to Boast! This 3 bedroom, 1 full bath home is located just steps from Depot Town with almost a 1/2 acre lot. The cozy interior instantly makes you feel at home with modern updates including new flooring, update kitchen with oak cabinets, butcher block countertop, stainless steel appliances and new backsplash. There is an area for dining space which leads to

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As Realtors we all understand the difficulties of selling vacant land.  In my market, vacant land can sit on the market for years without any activity at all.  Answering questions about surveys, soil tests and replacing damaged signs can become tiresome and time-consuming.

As agents, we have to show consumers that vacant land can be so much more exciting than just something to build a home on or digging shallow graves.  Vacant land can be fun!

Here are my essential tips for staging vacant land.

1. Warm their hearts with a romantic picnic spot.  Who doesn’t love a little Hollywood romance? Strawberry wine, blankets, and picnic baskets are a great place to start.



 2. Take your tree game to the next level!  Let’s face it, trees have

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1427 Willard Dr, Canton, MI 48187


3 bd     2ba     1,254 sqft

Updated Brentwood Estates Two Story with Finished Basement! Join us this weekend for an OPEN HOUSE on Saturday 5/4 @ 12pm-2pm & Sunday 5/5 @ 12pm-2pm to tour this beautiful home! Features include; hardwood floors throughout the main level, formal dining area, kitchen with stainless steel appliances, 3 carpeted bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, ceiling fans, and a full finished basement with additional rec space/living area. Owners updated the furnace in 2016, new windows and gutters 2018, new sump pump 2016, added recessed lighting and fenced in yard.


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Before discussing a leaking faucet, the listing agent would like to verbally dictate the entire resume. ************************** “I’ve been selling real estate since before you were born,” Fred Lewis, local real estate Broker, boasted.  “My first sale was up over there, the little red house on 7th street.  You know the one?” Trying to move the subject toward the leaking faucet in the inspection report, he interjects. “I was Realtor of the year in 1975, Board President from 77 to 82 and I’ve sold probably 25,000 homes." There’s no way this blow hard sold that many homes it’s physically impossible, you think to yourself. “Purchased my first brokerage while interest rates were over ten percent and we still set sales…
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As tech firms and disrupters battle for market share in a crowded industry, true innovation continues to come from those on the front lines.

“It’s been an idea I’ve been toying with for quite some time,” said Dan Vail inventor of Open Housies, a diaper he created strictly for Realtors.  

“I’m wearing one right now,” he pointed to his belt line and bulging slacks as he welcomed another visitor into a bustling open house on Ann Arbor’s west side.

Vail explained that buyers expectations have changed over the past few years and there simply isn’t enough time to stop and take care of some of life’s most routine experiences.  

“Never having to stop and use the bathroom has added seven minutes to my day,” he exclaimed while setting up a showing

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Tired of your neighbors' barking dog? 
Does light pollution make it hard to sleep? 
Have you always wanted room to do more gardening, or maybe even raise your own chickens?


This gorgeous ranch home with over 4.5 Acres of Beautiful Landscape is the best of every world!

Come check it out for yourself!
15406 W Austin Rd Manchester, MI 48158

3 Bedrooms
3 Bathroom
Attached Garage
1.5 acres are fenced in for live stock
Beautiful Pole Barn

Does this sound like your dream home?
Sunday 4/28 @ Noon-2:00PM

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When I started out as an agent, I was broke.  Not Walmart broke, we’re talking Dollar Tree broke.   My son learned to survive on delicious cereals like Frosted Fakes and Corporal Crunch.  I bought everything from the dollar store. I mean everything. Even condoms. They were off brand too, I believe they were called Trobans.  I turned the box over and they had a coupon for fifty cents off Pampers.

So when it came to my postcard budget there was virtually nothing.   I was still working weekends as a stand-up comedian and using proceeds to fuel my legitimate career.   Not to mention my wife was expecting our second child, possibly related to the Trobans, but not sure.

I realized, my postcards needed to reflect my brand and make an immediate impact.

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