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10 Reasons to Buy a Home

Enough with the doom and gloom about homeownership. We have all heard so much from the media that has caused people to freeze in their tracks.  Weigh you circumstances and begin to compare the cost of home ownership verses paying rent.

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SEPTEMBER 16, 2010, 4:33 P.M. ET

House Sales show slight decline in Clarkston, Michigan

First Time Home Buyer sales has slowed in Clarkston, MI since the expiration of the Tax Credit. Supply and Demand tells all.

Absorption Rate Graph are posted for monthly comparison.   

August, 2010

June, 2010

Michigan Real Estate Market near Neutral?

If the banks continue their current strategy of a slow release of foreclosure inventories while focusing on short sales,  we can expect our market to look very much like it does now for the next two years, a Buyer's Market, but hovering close to a neutral market. That means that values in certain price brackets will not fall as fast, or even at all, while little appreciation in home values is expected in the upcoming years.

June Market Report - Michigan

The June market followed what we had expected, slowing from the peak activity levels prior to the tax credit expiration. The good news is that our slowdown has been less than most of the other markets across the nation. Available home (listing) inventories continue to fall which will help to stabilize value declines. The months supply of inventory for the metro area remains at a two year low of under six months (compared to the high in Nov. of 08' of over 14 months), still a Buyer's market, but moving in the right direction.
 

Clarkston Market Report

8663 Fish Lake Road, Holly MI 48442

Rare find for those buyers seeking a home with acreage and ample living spaces, 5 bedrooms and 4 full Baths. This well maintained home is situated on 10 rolling acres with two ponds, a large screened gazebo, shed and pole barn. Just Listed at $275,000    

Pearson Group expands Real Estate Service to Northeastern Michigan

"The Pearson Group" who have serviced sellers throughout Southeastern Michigan for the past 22 years have expanded their geographic territory to include the Northeastern section of the state. When asked their primary objective for helping homeowners throughout Michigan, Kay stated it was recent discussions with her northern neighbors that led her to the decision.

Helping Hardest Hit Homeowners in Michigan

Michigan is the First of Five states to start the process of administering 154.5 Million dollars to Homeowners who quality for relief under the new program, " Hardest Hit Fund".    The program plans to help 17,000 households in Michigan.  Many homeowners ended their day with much frustration as the phone system in Lansing was reported &q

Pearson Group acquires "CDPE" Certification

A Certified Distressed Property Expert® is a real estate professional with specific understanding of the complex issues confronting the real estate industry, and the foreclosure avoidance options available to homeowners. Through comprehensive training and experience, CDPEs are able to provide solutions for homeowners facing hardships in today’s market, specifically short sales.

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