Farmington Hills MI Homes for Sale

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 …

Homes For Sale In Farmington Hills-Hire A Real Estate Agent

You are probably wondering that if a person can buy a house on their own, then why can’t they sell one on their own as a For Sale By Owner (FBSO) . Homes for sale in Farmington Hills, Michigan deserve a great Real Estate agent to market, stage, arrange appointments and screen buyers to assure they are pre-qualified and able to purchase your home and get you the best price possible.  Houses that have the sign stating “FSBO” (for sale by owner) do not make much profit. According to the National Association of Realtors, in 2017, 89% of the sellers sold …

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Dream, Martin Luther King, Jr & Real Estate

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Fill in the blank…“I have a _________…”I’m about 100% sure I can guess what word you chose. Was it dream? Good chance it was. We all know this line from Martin Luther King, Jr.’s famous speech. So when we hear those first three words, it sort of naturally comes to mind. But what many people aren’t aware of is how much he affected the lives of real estate agents, buyers, and sellers. It was his death that gave Congress the last push needed to pass the Fair Housing Act, back in 1968. It’s pretty involved, so I won’t get into …