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$10,900 :: 7610 PROSPECT, Warren MI, 48091

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3 beds, 1 bath
Home size: 960 sq ft
Lot Size: 4,356 sq ft
Added: 05/24/17, Last Updated: 07/26/17
Property Type: Single Family
MLS Number: 217042962
Community: Warren
Tract: LEO A TEMROWSKI’S SUB
Status: Sold

Investor special. Home is fire damaged and will need repairs.

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$134,900 :: 24608 Audrey, Warren MI, 48091

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4 beds, 2 baths
Home size: 1,253 sq ft
Lot Size: 7,405 sq ft
Added: 05/31/17, Last Updated: 07/25/17
Property Type: Single Family
MLS Number: 31321228
Community: Warren (50023)
Tract: Patrician Sub-Division #1
Status: Sold

Pride of Ownership. Corner Lot. Well-Maintained Ranch Style Home w/2.5-Car Garage. Beautifully landscaped with In-Ground Sprinklers. Home Features Living Room, 4-Bedrms, 1-Bath, 1-Lav, Kitchen w/Eating Area (Plenty of Cabinets), Florida/Sunroom with Doorwall leading to Outdoor Deck & Detached Garage in a Fenced Backyard. Clean Unfinished Basement w/Additional Lav and Utility Room. Move-In Ready!

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$85,000 :: 7027 ORCHARD Avenue, Warren MI, 48091

4 beds, 2 baths
Home size: 1,720 sq ft
Lot Size: 6,098 sq ft
Added: 07/24/17, Last Updated: 07/24/17
Property Type: Single Family
MLS Number: 217064860
Community: Warren
Tract: PIPER’S VAN DYKE # 09
Status: Active

A Diamond In The Rough – Huge home in Warren offers tons of space – Almost 1800 square feet can be used as a 4 bed/2 full bath home or use as two completely separate living units, each with its own full kitchen and bathroom, 2 bedrooms on each floor, with separate access for privacy. Large fenced in backyard with several healthy and productive fruit trees and fertile ground that is ready to be gardened. Updates include new energy efficient tankless water heater in 2016 and central air conditioner 2015, along with updated bathroom and plumbing in 2013. Hardwood floors throughout, cozy natural fireplace in family room, bonus balcony with privacy on 2nd level, with a full sectioned basement for even more storage space. A great investment home to rent or live in – desirable neighborhood with pride of ownership

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$157,000 :: 29472 PALOMINO DR, Warren MI, 48093

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3 beds, 2 baths
Home size: 1,374 sq ft
Lot Size: 9,583 sq ft
Added: 06/08/17, Last Updated: 07/23/17
Property Type: Single Family
MLS Number: 21306192
Community: Warren (50023)
Tract: FRANK PARK
Status: Sold

Great 3 bedroom, 1.5 bath brick ranch located in northern Warren! Large quiet back yard overlooks 18.76 acres of fields. New central air 2014, new furnace 2014 assure years of maintenance free heating/cooling. Partially finished basement is ready for your personal touches and provides a ton of room! New poured concrete patio in back yard is less than 2 years old. Many updates inside including new windows throughout 2016, new bath 2014. Open floor plan allows both family room and living room viewing from kitchen. This is a fantastic all brick ranch in desirable area of Warren, close to schools, shopping, and freeways! Schedule your appointments now, this home will not last!

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$59,000 :: 7069 ORCHARD Avenue, Warren MI, 48091

2 beds, 1 bath
Home size: 984 sq ft
Lot Size: 3,920 sq ft
Added: 07/22/17, Last Updated: 07/22/17
Property Type: Single Family
MLS Number: 217064190
Community: Warren
Tract: PIPER’S VAN DYKE # 09
Status: Active

HOME SWEET HOME! MOVE RIGHT IN AND UNPACK This exceptionally maintained turn key home features new tankless water heater, new upgraded electrical and plumbing systems in 2016, central air, 2 large bedrooms, spacious and sparkling clean kitchen with huge counter space, a gorgeous completely remodeled bathroom with ceramic tile stand-in shower, natural hardwood floors throughout, a fully fenced and private double lot with wood decks on front and backyard, including a detached one car garage – so dry and clean, perfect for storage and work bench. All appliances included. Bright, happy home with lots of light. Safe and friendly well desired neighborhood, with tree lined streets and sidewalks to enjoy strolls to nearby parks. All you have to do is personalize the space to make it yours. Perfect for starter or investment home. Look no further, this deal won’t last long!

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Home Price Change Expectations Flat

Many homeowners have enjoyed a return to positive equity in recent years, with home prices on a consistent upward trend in most markets. How high will values go?

Potentially not much further, according to consumers in the June 2017 Survey of Consumer Expectations by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, who held firm on their expectation of a 3.5 percent change in prices—the same expectation given in May.

Consumers, in addition, anticipate the median inflation rate to be 2.5 percent in one year and 2.8 percent in three years. The likelihood of finding a job, based on their perceptions, grew to 59.2 percent in June, and the likelihood of losing a job shrunk to 13.5 percent. The share of consumers surveyed with improved finances over the last year soared to 34.8 percent—a record.

Source: Federal Reserve Bank of New York

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Water Woes: Tips for Reacting Quickly to Summer Flooding

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Living in areas prone to summer flooding means you must take quick action if and when flooding occurs. Why? Because all that moisture can ruin your home and your belongings. While awaiting a call back from your insurance company and maybe a visit from a professional mold mitigation company, you can get started cleaning up.

Water and summer heat are breeding grounds for mold that can grow in any areas left damp after a flood. So, it’s important to follow a few tips to help ensure your home does not become a petri dish.

Think Safety Always
You should begin cleaning up and drying out your home right away, but don’t let this urgency mean you skimp on safety. Remember, flooding means there could be mold or other bacteria growing in and on items in the home. Keep your children and pets out of the house during the cleanup process to avoid making them sick.

If your HVAC ducts got water in them, do not turn them on until you can have them inspected. They’ll need to be cleaned to remove bacteria from floodwater. Before entering your home, make sure your electricity isn’t on if you believe electrical wiring was affected by water. You should not enter the home until you’re sure there is no risk of electrocution.

You must wear a mask, gloves and some good water-resistant footwear to keep yourself and anyone working with you safe. Depending on the extent of the flooding, you may want to wear hip- or waist-high boots or waders. Don’t touch any items in the home without wearing gloves, and throw out any food that has come into contact with floodwater.

Drying Out the Home
Do you know mold can start growing in as little as 24 hours? It’s important to get in there and launch the drying process. This includes opening doors and windows to let air in and using a wet/dry vacuum to begin sucking water from carpets.

You should also invest in the equipment needed to help dry out the home. Carpeting is hard to dry out and is often an area where mold can grow quickly. Investing in a portable fan that is stackable, lightweight, and easily portable can make drying out a carpet a little quicker and easier, especially if you live in a coastal area that floods often. The key is to get air flowing through the home in order to dry out wet basements, too. You can also place fans around the house to help circulate air.

Get Damaged Items Out
Depending on the amount of water in the home, you may have water damage in the basement—but sometimes the water rises into the first floor of the house, as well. Unfortunately, this means you’ll need to throw out water-soaked belongings. This includes many items in your home, such as:

  • Carpeting and padding
  • Pillows and mattresses
  • Baby toys
  • Stuffed animals
  • Books and other paper products
  • Upholstered furniture
  • Rugs
  • Cosmetics
  • Wall coverings
  • Food items
  • Anything made of foam rubber
  • Insulation and drywall

You can usually salvage clothes — but wash them in hot water—and upholstered furniture may be salvageable if it can be professionally cleaned. Wood furniture may be saved if you quickly take it outside and remove any drawers or shelves to allow it dry out. However, keep in mind that wood does soak up water and can become moldy and unsalvageable.

Always take photos of items damaged by floodwaters for insurance purposes. To decide what to keep and what to save, consider the monetary and sentimental value. If it’s valuable to you, check with mold mitigation specialists to determine if you can properly clean the item.

Disinfect the Home
Once the home is drying out and you’ve removed all the damaged items, you can begin the disinfection process. Clean walls and floors using disinfectant cleaner and warm water. You can also use a solution of one cup of bleach mixed with five gallons of water.

Go over these areas more than once to make sure you’ve removed any bacteria and germs that may have come in with the floodwater. Sometimes floodwaters are contaminated with sewage that can make your family sick.

Prevent Future Damage
Once you’ve been through a flood, you may want to consider what steps you can take to reduce the damage next time, especially if you live in a flood-prone area.

Store your belongings up high. Instead of storing items in your basement, place them in the attic. At the very least, move them up off the floor and keep items in plastic storage bins.

Get rid of any items you no longer use. The less clutter you have, the less you’ll have to clean up should your home flood again.

While there’s not much you can do to stop acts of nature, you can jump in right away and begin cleanup to make your home safe, clean and livable as soon as possible. Have a plan in place and invest in any equipment you might need so it’s on hand and ready to clean up your waterlogged home.

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Home Safety: How to Protect Your Family at Every Stage of Life

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We all want to keep our families as safe as possible, but home safety requirements change as your family grows and evolves. From newborns to pets, a variety of different strategies can ensure your home is as safe and accommodating as possible for your family. Here are some simple tips to help keep your family safe through every stage of life.

Getting Your Home Ready for a New Baby
Babyproofing a home is largely about protecting them from their own curiosity. Once a baby learns to crawl, anything in reach is fair game to be grabbed, touched, or chewed on.

  1. Install baby gates to keep certain rooms off-limits. This is especially important near stairs.
  1. Fill unused electrical outlets with plastic plugs. Outlets are like magnets for babies.
  1. Store breakable items out of reach.
  1. Keep small items out of reach, as well. Small objects that could be put into mouths are a major choking hazard. A good rule of thumb is if it can fit in an empty toilet paper roll, it is small enough for a baby to choke on.

Home Safety for Toddlers and Elementary-Age Children
Toddler-proofing is a little different from babyproofing in that a toddler is usually more resourceful about getting into things they shouldn’t be. Toddlers will climb, open doors and drawers, and generally get themselves into trouble.

  1. Move anything small or breakable up higher now that your child is walking and climbing. You’d be surprised at what they can reach.
  1. If you have a pool, build a fence around it. You’ll want a barrier at least a few feet high to make it harder for your toddler to climb over.
  1. Secure drawers and cabinets with childproof latches.
  1. Place safety locks on windows and doors to prevent them from being opened.
  1. If you don’t have a home security system, install one for added safety. Choosing a system with the right features, like motion sensors and security cameras, can help you know if your curious toddler runs out the door or it can help you keep tabs on things while the babysitter is over.

Safety During the Teenage Years
As your child grows into their teens, the focus moves further from physical safety and more towards online safety and general home security. Online safety is extremely important with teenagers in the house.

  1. Set clear boundaries and expectations with your teen regarding potentially dangerous situations. These could involve simple subjects like safe driving or complex topics like drinking and drugs.
  1. Keep alcohol, firearms, and any prescription or over-the-counter drugs locked up in a safe place.
  1. Educate your teen about safe internet usage. This includes avoiding malware, being smart on social media, and using privacy settings.

Pet-Proofing Your Home
Pets make great additions to the family, but they come with their own safety needs. In many ways, pet-proofing is similar to babyproofing. Pet-proofing involves keeping harmful items out of their reach and making sure that they can’t escape the house or yard and run off.

  1. Keep cleaning products, chemicals, and medications in high places or locked where pets can’t stumble upon them.
  1. If your pet likes to chew on (or eat!) household items, make sure that you don’t leave anything lying around. It can be helpful to do a quick walkthrough of your home a couple times a day, such as when you leave and return from work.
  1. If you have a home security system, make sure the motion sensors are capable of detecting and ignoring your pets.
  1. If you have a fenced yard, check it for weaknesses or small gaps that a pet could squeeze through.

Getting Your Home Ready for Your Parents to Move In
As our parents get older, it’s not uncommon for them to move in with us. This can help ensure their safety and prevent the loneliness that often comes with old age. It can also present some unique challenges when it comes to home safety.

Depending on your parent’s age and their physical and mental well-being, you may need to make small home improvements for their convenience or physical safety. In general, you’ll want to try to minimize the potential for falls and make sure that help is always within reach.

  1. Install grab bars in the bathrooms near the toilet and shower. These bars can help support a person as they move in and out of the shower or tub, both making this task easier and helping prevent falls. Make sure they can support the weight of the person who’ll be using them.
  1. Walk through your home and check for objects that might make tripping hazards. Throw rugs, children’s toys, and pet toys can all be dangerous for people lacking the eyesight or reflexes to maneuver around them easily.
  1. Set up a medical alert system. This is a wearable device that essentially functions as a panic button—if a person falls or has a medical emergency, they can push the button to get instant access to help.
  1. Learn which foods are hazardous for senior health. As your parents age, their immune system weakens, making them more susceptible to food poisoning and health risks. Prepare meals at home that won’t threaten the health of your aging parents.

Your family grows and changes as time goes by, and so should your home safety plans. If you want to keep up with each of your family members, continually assess their needs. These tips should give you a great starting point towards building a safer home for your family.

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$475,000 :: 29250 LONGVIEW AVE, Warren MI , 48093-2485

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0 beds, 8 baths
Home size: 16,368 sq ft
Lot Size: 26,136 sq ft
Added: 04/30/12, Last Updated: 04/13/16
Property Type: Multi Family
MLS Number: 20594443
Community: Warren (50023)
Status: Sold

100% occupied 17 unit brick apartment bldg, 16 2BR, 1BA, 1 3BR, 1BA managers apartment. On site manager been with complex for 17 years, a great asset. Roof, windows, parking lot 9 yrs old. All units updated and maintained Full bsmt with storage and laundry. Great investment. Please call listing agent to make an appointment. We have a professional appraisal dated 4/5/2012 for your review.

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