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Monthly Archives: May 2022

    GT County Road Construction & Roundabouts 

    By BJ Brick | May 31, 2022

    There is no place more beautiful than our slice of Northern Michigan in the spring and summer months, but with warmer temps and time on the beach comes something else: road construction. If you’ve been out and about in Grand Traverse County recently it’s virtually impossible to avoid road construction, or the various roundabouts that... Read More

    3 Big Traverse City Takeaways from Zillow’s Latest Market Report

    By Bob Brick | May 24, 2022

    The cherry blossoms are on the trees, the Bayshore Marathon route has been marked; it is officially spring in Traverse City. With the change of season usually comes a ramping up of the real estate market. Will that be the case this year? Yes, but likely not in the same way you’d expect. As our... Read More

    Your House Could Be Closer to List-Ready Than You Think

    By Tommy Corbett | May 17, 2022

    One of the biggest concerns for a homeowner looking to sell is the time they’ll have to put in before listing their house. If that’s the case for you, you should know – your home might be closer to list-ready than you think in today’s housing market. A survey of recent sellers from finds that many were able to... Read More

    Today’s Home Price Appreciation Is Great News for Existing Homeowners

    By BJ Brick | May 10, 2022

    If you’re planning to sell your home this season, rising prices are great news for you. But it’s important to understand why prices are rising to begin with. One major factor is supply and demand. In any industry, when there are more buyers for an item than there are of that item available, prices naturally... Read More

    What You Can Expect From The Spring Housing Market

    By Bob Brick | May 3, 2022

      As the spring housing market kicks off, you likely want to know what you can expect this season when it comes to buying or selling a house. While there are multiple factors causing some uncertainty, including the conflict overseas, rising inflation, and the first rate increase from the Federal Reserve in over three years... Read More