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$70,300 :: 23162 HILL AVE, Warren MI, 48091

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3 beds, 2 baths
Home size: 1,639 sq ft
Lot Size: 12,632 sq ft
Added: 03/26/17, Last Updated: 09/22/17
Property Type: Single Family
MLS Number: 21275825
Community: Warren (50023)
Tract: S/P SIMONDS GARDENS HOMESITES
The price of this listing was last reduced on 4/13/2017 by 19%
Status: Sold

POSSIBLE SEWER LINE AND WATER INFILTRATION PROBLEMS. 3 BEDROOMS, 1.5 BATHS. RANCH. HUD HOME.

Listed with Keller Williams Realty-Great Lakes


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$205,000 :: 32144 HEAVENLY CRT, Warren MI, 48092

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3 beds, 4 baths
Home size: 1,600 sq ft
Lot Size: 0 sq ft
Added: 09/21/17, Last Updated: 09/21/17
Property Type: Condo/Townhouse/Co-Op
MLS Number: 21371063
Community: Warren (50023)
Tract: RYAN RD ESTATES NO. 2 CONDO #9
Status: Active

This 3 bedroom/4 full bath condominium home is perfection inside and out! When you drive up to this pristine condo home, notice the details of the brick paver lined driveway and immaculate landscaping. As you walk in, you will enjoy a large open flow to the living space which boasts stunning bamboo floors throughout the first floor. The vaulted ceilings and neutral fresh paint invite you to make this home your own. The designer kitchen checks all the boxes with stainless steel appliances, stylish back-splash and granite countertops. Master bedroom with en-suite bath on the entry level along with an additional bedroom and full bath. Upstairs is a third bedroom and full bath. Truly unique is the fully finished basement with a 2nd full modern kitchen, recreation room, additional room that can be used as an office and an amazing 4th luxury bathroom with jetted tub, separate spa shower and full surround custom tile. BATVAI

Listed with In House Realty LLC


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Revealed: 100 Best Places to Live in America

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Ever wondered who is living the good life, and where? A new study done by MONEY with the help of realtor.com® runs down the top 100 best places to live in the U.S.

But how does one quantify “best,” a term that feels quite subjective? The study’s methodology focuses on towns with a population of 10,000 to 100,000, to avoid the big cities and spotlight smaller suburbs and towns that often get overlooked as folks gush about Portland, Ore. and Austin, Texas.

The variables MONEY focused on with these smaller places included job availability, school systems, crime rates, convenience, home values and community/cultural outlets. Realtor.com stepped in to assist with the real estate aspect, and together the two sources unveiled 100 great places to live across the country, from North Dakota to New Jersey and back again.

So what are the top 10 spots? Some may surprise you:

  1. Fishers, Ind.
  2. Allen, Texas
  3. Monterey Park, Calif.
  4. Franklin, Tenn.
  5. Olive Branch, Miss.
  6. Dickinson, N.D.
  7. Lone Tree, Colo.
  8. North Arlington, N.J.
  9. Schaumburg, Ill.
  10. Bozeman, Mont.

For more details, check out MONEY’s post here, and to see how realtor.com broke down what is occurring in the “Best Places” housing markets, click here.

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What You Need to Earn to Live in the Cheapest and Priciest Metros

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Ever wonder how much bacon you need to bring in to live comfortably in some of our country’s largest metros? HSH.com recently revealed the salaries needed to live in a median-priced home in 50 of the hottest areas of the U.S., and the numbers may surprise you. While the national average of median home prices cost $255,600, requiring a salary of just over $56,000, the salary difference between the least expensive and the most expensive is nearly $200,000 (!!).

5 Least Expensive Metros

  • Pittsburgh: $35,329.29
  • Cleveland: $36,553.26
  • Indianapolis: $37,429.34
  • Oklahoma City: $37,854.04
  • Memphis: $37,964.05

5 Most Expensive Metros

  • San Jose: $221,363.63
  • San Francisco: $181,341.49
  • San Diego: $116,875.11
  • Los Angeles: $101,531.66
  • New York City: $99,136.79

It’s no real surprise that four of the five priciest metros are all in the state of California. Get the full results from HSH.com and see how realtor.com broke down what is occuring in the “Best Places” housing markets.

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4 Real Estate Deal-Breakers and How to Fix Them Efficiently

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The real estate sales process can be stressful and seemingly complicated. Even a relatively smooth process can take ample negotiations and may require weeks to pass before you can close on the transaction. Some deals are increasingly complicated, and major roadblocks may develop that threaten the entire project. These are a few of the more significant factors that buyers and sellers may run into during the real estate sales process that could potentially prevent the deal from going through as planned.

Unpleasant Decor
Unpleasant decor is something that buyers notice immediately, and some will only make an offer on the home contingent to some decorative updates being completed before closing. For example, some buyers may detest bold paint colors on the walls or may feel that the decor in the kitchens and bathrooms is too outdated; however, sellers may believe that the home is priced appropriately for the as-is condition and that they should not make concessions because of decor. Both real estate agents need to review sales comps in the area to determine if other homes selling in this price range have similar decor or if they have recently been upgraded. The agents should make the buyer and seller aware of realistic expectations based on market conditions, and one or both parties may need to make concessions based on a sales price and property condition that is justified by the market.

Major Repair Issues
Home repair issues may be known by both parties before a property inspection is complete, but the inspection report can potentially reveal more issues that have not been discussed. Many buyers may try to negotiate to have repair work completed before closing. You may consider taking a course on renovations (like Rules of Renovation) and other significant home improvement projects before you agree to take on any huge projects as a buyer or a seller. These courses can help you to better estimate the cost and time it will take to complete the work that is needed.

A Low Appraised Value
Many buyers will apply for a home loan to pay for their purchase. Mortgage lenders typically offer a loan amount that is a percentage of the sales price or appraised value, and they will take the lesser of these two figures into consideration. This means that an appraised value that comes in lower than the sales price could reduce the loan amount to an uncomfortable amount for the buyer. More than that, the buyer may not want to pay more money for a house than it is worth. The feasible options are for the seller to lower the sales price or to work with the appraiser to increase the appraised value.

Title Issues
It is customary to review the title history on a property before finalizing a purchase, and this is a required step for anyone who is applying for a mortgage loan. This process essentially determines if the seller clearly holds title to the property or what obstacles need to be cleared before the seller can convey title to the buyer at closing. Some issues are minor and can easily be dealt with prior to closing by the title company and the seller. In some cases, however, a real estate lawyer needs to be contacted to resolve the matter.

Many real estate deals will close without a hitch, but many others will develop one or several of these issues. Many issues can be overcome when the buyer and seller work together and when enough time and patience is given to resolve the issues. You may also have to use third-party services, such as a title company or real estate lawyer, to address the issue properly.

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$135,000 :: 14134 JOYCE Drive, Warren MI, 48088

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3 beds, 1.1 baths
Home size: 1,163 sq ft
Lot Size: 8,276 sq ft
Added: 09/17/17, Last Updated: 09/17/17
Property Type: Single Family
MLS Number: 217084171
Community: Warren
Tract: WARREN HIGHLANDS
Status: Active

This 3 BEDROOM, 1.1 BATH BRICK RANCH offers it all: BRAND NEW CENTRAL A/C, FINISHED BASEMENT, NEW CARPET, NEWER APPLIANCES, FRESHLY PAINTED, NEW FLOORING IN THE KITCHEN, NEW FLOORING IN THE BATHROOM, ATTACHED OVERSIZED 2 CAR GARAGE, FAMILY ROOM on addition to the living room, Dining space w/ the kitchen and much more!!! Nicely Finished Basement has a wet bar setup with a half bathroom. Family room has a fireplace and a glass sliding door leading to the nicely landscaped backyard patio. GREAT SCHOOL DISTRICT! Close to Macomb Community College, Schools, Shops and Expressways!! Rush before it’s gone!

Listed with Amin Realty


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