Three years ago, I wrote 2/3 of a blog “trilogy” about area residents’ efforts to restore some of the beachfront park land along Traverse City’s westernmost shoreline. Strong community support, coupled with near unanimous city government approval for the project, appeared to bode well for reclamation of this beautiful, but abandoned, beach. More
Tag Archives: real estate
Last time I talked about avoiding the biggest mistake with your biggest asset, how to avoid being known as a “dolt,” the nature of Agency in Michigan and how it operates on the seller’s side of a real estate transaction. More
Looking back at 2013, much of the market data suggest that the Grand Traverse area real estate markets have grown healthier, more stable, and property values are improving in most neighborhoods. In the broader picture, home foreclosure and unemployment figures are both lower, while fewer U.S. households are “underwater” with their home’s equity. More
Looking back at 2013, with all of the disorganized bickering going on in Washington, D.C., who would have thought that it would be such a strong year for Traverse City real estate? In some ways our best year ever, 2013 showed continued growth and improved health in many of our local real estate market segments, and the prospects for 2014 continue to look good. More
Happy New Year Record-Eagle readers,
2012 was the third best year in Traverse City real estate history.
Isn’t that crazy? More