Commerce Township Real Estate News
Real Estate news for Commerce Township, MI continually updated from thousands of sources.
20 hrs ago | via C & G Newspapers
Plans for the original development came to a screeching halt years ago due to a decline in the economy, and the property has sat deserted since 2008. The complex - which is located on the east side of Telegraph Road, north of Square Lake Road - straddles the border of Bloomfield Township and Pontiac. Comment?
Yesterday | via ClickOnDetroit
POLICE ARE LOOKING FOR AN OLDER BLUE OR GRAY CHEVY ASTRO VAN. AND TONIGHT MYSTERY SOLVED. Comment?
Tuesday Sep 30 | via MLive.com
The Federal Housing Finance Agency's Home Affordable Refinance Program has refinanced over 3.2 million underwater mortgages since it was created in 2009, and there are still 58,989 Michigan home loans still eligible for the help, including 11,932 in Wayne County, 6,727 in Oakland County and 6,230 in Macomb County. The Federal Housing Finance Agency's Home Affordable Refinance Program has refinanced over 3.2 million underwater mortgages since it was created in 2009, and there are still 58,989 Michigan home loans still eligible for the help, including 11,932 in Wayne County, 6,727 in Oakland County and 6,230 in Macomb County. Comment?
Sep 17, 2014 | via Rebuilding Place in the Urban Space
While I focus on urban or center city revitalization, the reality is that the characteristics of successful community improvement are universal, even if community characteristics and opportunities for improvement vary from place to place. People often make the mistake of thinking "universally" or "globally" when the reality is that community improvement works at the scale of a district. Comment?
Sep 16, 2014 | via Patch.com
A program backed by the Troubled Asset Relief Act has helped more than 550 Oakland County residents remain in their homes. A program that helps Oakland County homeowners pay off delinquent property taxes, interest and fees just received its five-millionth dollar, according to a news release. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Michigan Radio
Daren Bloomquist of Realty Trac says Michigan, like the rest of the nation, has seen steady improvement in home values since the end of the recession. "Although it's still a problem for the housing market, because you're still talking about one in every four homeowners who really can't participate in the housing recovery," says Bloomquist. Comment?
20 hrs ago | via The Washington Post
This ad from Bobby McKenzie, the Democratic congressional candidate in Michigan's 11th district, calls his Republican opponent, David Trott, a "foreclosure king". Underdog Democrat Bobby McKenzie knows he needs to shake up his race against Republican David Trott to stand a chance of an upset win in Michigan's 11th district. Comment?
Friday Oct 17 | via MLive.com
The state is coordinating free workshops across Michigan on Monday, Oct. 20 aimed at providing personal financial checkups to Michigan residents 50 years and older. The workshops, called Reinventing Mi Retirement: achieving financial security to last a lifetime, are sponsored by the Michigan Department of Insurance and Financial Services and its partners which include professional organizations, banks and credit unions. Comment?
Wednesday Oct 15 | via MLive.com
A new study of home mortgage activity concludes that West Michigan is the nation's most "racially uneven" housing market when it comes to helping African Americans and Hispanics recover from the housing bust. The Urban Institute's national study of 100 million mortgages from 2001 to 2013 concluded that while mortgage loans are down sharply for all homeowners from the heyday in the mid-2000s, the decline has been much sharper for African Americans and Hispanics. Comment?
Tuesday Oct 14 | via MLive.com
In September, median selling prices of residential real estate in Metro Detroit climbed 14.6 percent on an annual basis to $149,000, marking the 19th straight month of growth, according to figures released this week by Realcomp. Realcomp, the Farmington Hills-based Multiple Listing Service for southeast Michigan, defines Metro Detroit as Wayne, Oakland, Macomb and Livingston Counties. Comment?
2 hrs ago | via Mortgage News Daily
Bottom Right Default State Name: State Name underscore: State Name dash: State Name lower underscore: State Name lower dash: State Name lower: State Abbreviation: State Abbreviation Lower: It is a continuously updated stream of news from around the web Visit throughout the day for the latest breaking news. U.S. Home Prices Rose 0.5% in August, FHFA Says Bloomberg U.S. home prices rose more than economists estimated in August as employment growth fueled demand for housing. Comment?
11 min ago | via The New Zealand Herald
Average U.S. long-term mortgage rates continued to slide this week, raising prospects of a wave of consumers refinancing their loans. The 30-year mortgage fell further below 4 percent. Comment?
28 min ago | via Mississippi Business Journal
Expect to see more of the growth in economic activity that is occurring in Central and South Mississippi, says a new Federal Reserve Beige Book that periodically assesses the economic health of the Atlanta Fed district and the 11 other districts. Comment?
33 min ago | via Indianapolis Business News
U.S. home prices rose more than economists estimated in August as employment growth fueled demand for housing. Comment?
35 min ago | via The Daily Townsman
Alan MacBean, seeking a seat on Cranbrook City Council in the upcoming Nov. 15 election, wants to thank everyone who is running for office locally. "We are fortunate to live in such an enthusiastic democracy," said MacBean, who recently moved to Cranbrook - "the best place in B.C." A decade after moving back to his childhood home on Pender Island, some house prices on Pender had increased fourfold in eight years, MacBean said. Comment?
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