Top rated Farmington HIlls MI School System

Top-rated Farmington Hills MI School System

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Top-rated Farmington Hills MI School System – Farmington Hills is a diverse community of over 80,000 residents located in Oakland County, the most prosperous county in Michigan. One of the northern suburbs of Detroit, Farmington Hills has earned the reputation of being a desirable place to live, work, and raise a family. It’s a welcoming community that boasts a high satisfaction rate among residents.  The area is known for its historic downtown, and one of Michigan’s top-rated public school systems, For parents with school-age children, the quality of a school district is often one of the primary deciding factors on …

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New Construction Homes in Farmington Hills MI

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Welcome to new construction homes in Farmington Hills MI! Located about 30 miles northeast of downtown Ann Arbor, Farmington Hills is a family-friendly suburban city close to everything that metro Detroit has to offer. Recently named as the “Fifth-Best City in Michigan to Live, ” Farmington Hills is home to approximately 81,235 people and has a median household income of $76,637. The city encompasses approximately 33.3 square miles and boasts many great neighborhoods with parks and children’s playgrounds – perfect for raising a family! Buyers will find an impressive selection of new construction homes in Farmington Hills MI with open floor plans, …

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Farmington Hills MI Condos and Townhomes for Sale

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Farmington Hills is a smaller, wealthy city in Oakland County, MI.  Located about 30 miles northeast of downtown Ann Arbor, Farmington Hills is known for its charming and historic downtown area and award-winning public school system. If you are currently in the market for a condo/townhome in the northwestern suburbs of Metro Detroit, Farmington Hills MI condos and townhomes for sale are worth consideration. Condos/townhomes have many benefits for first-time homebuyers, including more affordable prices, lower renovation costs, lower utility bills, and insurance costs, and low maintenance living and shared amenities. In order to find the perfect condo/townhome ideally suited …

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Why You Should Consider Farmington Hills MI Homes for Sale

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Why You Should Consider Farmington Hills MI Homes for Sale  Buyers who are looking to purchase a home in the metro Detroit area should consider Farmington Hills MI homes for sale. A small, wealthy city in Oakland County, Farmington Hills is part of the northwestern suburbs of Metro Detroit, located about 30 miles northeast of downtown Ann Arbor. Farmington Hills has a charming, historic downtown area, which has recently seen extensive development along with an award-winning public school system. With a population of 81,235 and a median household income of $76,637, Farmington Hills was recently ranked as the fifth-best city …

Recession optimism

Recession Possible-Home Shoppers, Real Estate Experts Are Optimistic

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Most experts predict that following a seven-year period of economic growth the US economy is headed towards a recession (most likely sometime in 2020). But while The Great Recession devastated the housing market, house shoppers remain optimistic about how the market will handle a potential recession in the coming years. Expect A Recession But Remain Optimistic According to a recent survey from Realtor.com, nearly 70 percent of home shoppers said they expect a recession to hit the US economy sometime in the next three years (by 2022). But despite the fact that most believe a downturn is looming, many remain …

10 home selling superstitions

10 Home-Selling Superstitions That Should Seal the Deal

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Once homeowners have arrived at the decision to sell their property, most want the transaction completed as quickly as possible. Sure, you can hire the best agent in town, price your home just right, and then market the heck out of it, but having a little bit of luck on your side and a few selling superstitions never hurt either. When it comes to getting the deal done in a timely manner, sellers and agents have been known to rely on time-tested selling superstitions. Let’s take a look at 10 that are all but guaranteed to get that “Sold” sticker …

Selling A Home-First Timers Check List

Selling A Home-First Timers Check List

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As a homeowner, the selling process can be an overwhelming experience – especially for first timers. Since they’ve never been through the experience of selling a home, many homeowners feel a bit lost as to what they need to do before they can pass their keys over to the next owners. But not to worry! Here’s a checklist that covers all the essentials for homeowners getting ready to sell their first property: Sprucing Things Up Before homeowners list their home, they will want to handle any minor fixes that might keep them from getting top dollar for their property and …

10 Home Decor Trends To Retire In 2019

10 Home Decor Trends To Retire In 2019

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As the new year is here, plenty of homeowners look for ways to refresh their spaces to keep them feeling interesting and updated. If you’re preparing to put a home on the market, keeping up with trends is key because unless your prospective buyers are flippers, stagers, or redecorating fiends, nothing can make would-be buyers turn tail faster than some outdated decor. Check out these once-popular home decor trends that are being shown the door, and find out what’s replacing them in the months ahead. 1. Rose gold Decor loses its luster Sorry, rose gold. You were lovely, but it’s …

Biuying Yoout Farmington Hills Home Money

Buying Your Farmington Hills Home-How Much To Borrow

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The “rule of thumb” regarding loans is that your monthly housing payment such as the taxes, bills, insurance, mortgage, etc., should not be more than 28% of your income that you receive every month. When it comes to FHA loans, the balance of ration might be higher. The question that remains is, “How much do I need to borrow when buying your Farmington Hills Home?” Here’s what you should focus on: it all comes down to “down payment”. The higher the amount you have saved, the easier it will be to get a mortgage loan for your Farmington Hills home. …

Winter Home Buying In Farmington Hills

Winter Home Buying Is Great Timing In Farmington Hills

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Winter in Farmington Hills is the perfect time of year for plenty of things: making snow angels, going ice skating, and drinking hot cocoa by the fire are all things that come to mind. Do you know what else winter is the perfect time of year for winter home buying. There’s no better time to find your dream home than the winter months. Here are five reasons why winter is the perfect time to find a home: 1. There’s less competition for winter buying One of the best reasons to purchase a home during the winter is that there’s typically …