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Hazelbank property goes on market for $18.9 million

If you've ever been to Holland in the southwest corner of Michigan, you were probably struck by the beauty of the area and its old-world feel.  If you ventured into the history of the area you would have learned that if it hadn't been for the Holland Furnace Co., once the city's largest employer, the town may not have survived the Great Depression.

Heads up investors! Real estate goes IPO

Nearly everyone in the state of Michigan has been watching the state of the economy for the past several years. When it dipped into the worst of the recession, many people wondered if it would ever recuperate to its former glory and many became concerned about whether the stock market would ever be the same again.

How rising building costs could affect new home buyers

When it comes to buying your first home, many Michigan families worry most about the headaches generally associated with first homes. Whether it's the expense of remodeling or replacing the entire roof after the first week of moving in, most people would rather forego these headaches and buy a new home instead.

2013 the predicted year for a seller's market

It's been a long time coming but the real estate market may finally put a smile on the faces of people trying to sell their homes in Michigan. Many residents across the state anxiously looked on as home prices plummeted to all time lows during the recession and there was a real fear that the prices would never rebound. But as the country rang in the New Year, the spark in the economy breathed life into the struggling real estate market once more.

What to expect from the housing market in 2013

Our blog readers know how closely we've been following the housing market since the recession ended. Would it rebound as quickly as we hoped it would? Would prices ever reach acceptable levels again? How would both the personal and commercial real estate markets change in the New Year?

Dip in home sales in December no reason for concern says experts

Even though the National Association of Realtors announced this month that it has noticed a 1.0 percent drop in existing home sales last month, many real estate experts say that this probably won't affect the overall growth the housing market has witnessed in the past few months.

Congress helps struggling homeowners by extending tax provisions

In a December post, readers of our blog received a brief-albeit it uncertain-answer to the question: can you avoid falling over the fiscal cliff with a short sale? The answer to this question hinged on whether Congress could come to a consensus on what to do with many of the tax laws that were set to expire at the end of 2012.

Can you avoid falling over the fiscal cliff with a short sale?

If there is one thing that has the entire nation on edge it's the uncertainty of the fiscal cliff. With the federal budget still in limbo, homeowners who are still paying on mortgages they may not be able to afford fear that soon, the coming of the New Year could mean an increase in their taxable income.

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