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December 2012 | Plymouth Home Stats
Plymouth Housing Stats | December 2012 by Average Sales Price: $235,137 November saw a 10% decrease in average sales price, compared to November’s sales price of $261,361. The median sales price for December was $241,000. This represents an over 1.5% decrease in median sales price, compared to November. The median sales price shows us the […]
2013 Fallen & Wounded Soldiers Fund 8th Annual Dinner & Auction
The Fallen & Wounded Soldiers Fund 8th Annual Dinner and Auction is scheduled for Saturday, March 9th. This year’s keynote speaker is Don Mann, a former member of Seal Team Six. Recently, Don trained the Seal Team Six warriors that conducted the raid on Osama bin Laden’s compound in May 2011. Held at the Suburban […]
2012 in Review
2012 will go down as a year of substantial rebound in the real estate market around Plymouth, Michigan. Comparing December 2011 through November 2012 with the same time period the prior year, there are some good signs for the Plymouth MI Homes market. Perhaps you have heard that, nationally, the market appears to have bottomed and begun […]
November 2012 | Plymouth Home Stats
Looking for an executive summary of these stats? Check out this Nudge. If you would like an email update like that, drop your information under “Non-Intrusive Email Updates” to the right. Plymouth Housing Stats | November 2012 Average Sales Price: $261,361 November saw a nearly 3.4% increase in average sales price, compared to October’s sales price […]
October 2012 | Plymouth Home Stats
Looking for an executive summary? Check out this Nudge. If you would like an email update like that, drop your information under “Non-Intrusive Email Updates” to the right. Plymouth MI Housing Stats | October 2012 Average Sales Price: $252,777 October saw a nearly 9.5% decline in average sales price, compared to September’s sales price of […]
The “Average” Transaction?
I’m not sure there is such a thing as “The Average Transaction.” That’s not to say that I don’t see repeated patterns or similarities from transaction to transaction. I just have trouble “shoehorning” my clients into a label that makes them less than what they are: extraordinary people. But I get ahead of myself… Two […]
2012: Year of the Appraisal

2012: Year of the Appraisal

With a few months left in 2012, it has become painfully clear that the word “appraisal” has all but become a four letter word in real estate. According to the National Association of Realtors® (NAR), over one third of all REALTORS® experienced appraisal issues in the last three months, period ending September 2012. While I haveContinue Reading