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Low Inventory Leads to a Seller’s Market

The biggest real estate story throughout Washtenaw County and all of Southeast Michigan is that we have begun 2017 with extremely low inventory.
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Year-to-Date Closed Sales Up

Despite limited and picked over inventories, closed sales activity for both single-family homes and condos is up and ahead of last year’s pace by 7% and 5% respectively. Considering the extremely low inventory levels, buyer activity and demand remains strong.

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Sale Prices Up Slightly for Single Family, but Level for Condos

Closed average sale price for single-family homes is up by 5% for single family homes, but about even for condos. Considering the limited inventory, this is good. Assuming buyer options will open up as spring inventory levels rise, values should rise.

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Early Market Opportunities for Sellers

With early inventory levels so low, there are significant opportunities for sellers who get their properties on the market early. There is a large pool of buyers waiting in most price ranges for homes and condos that have been well maintained and are move-in ready. With inventories low and demand strong, those sellers who may be waiting to put their homes on the market should enter the market now.

If you are ready to learn more about selling your home, please contact us. We’d be happy to learn about your goals and how we can help you start living the life you desire. 

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Immaculate Move-in Ready Home in Salem Township

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This week we are featuring Tracey Roy’s listing – 8379 Beacon Lane, Northville, MI 48168

8379 Beacon- FrontQ. Can you describe the architectural style of the home?
2 Story Contemporary

8379 Beacon- DenQ. What distinctive features set this home apart?
This home is beautifully updated with a gourmet kitchen, vaulted ceilings with a stone fireplace wall, and sits on 2 acres of mature wooded land with gorgeous landscaping and gardens.

8379 Beacon- KitchenQ. What are the advantages of the location & neighborhood?
Conveniently located between Ann Arbor, Plymouth, Northville and South Lyon with Salem Township taxes.

8379 Beacon- MasterQ. Have there been any recent renovations or upgrades?
Updated kitchen with quartz countertops, Bosch stainless steel appliances, tile backsplash, large island and built-ins. Powder room and 1st-floor master bath have been completely remodeled. New Jeld Wen front door, Kinetico water softener, and electronic air cleaner.

8379 Beacon- Lower LevelQ. Does the community have any amenities we should know about?
The houses are built on at least an acre if not more and the neighborhood is filled with mature trees and nature.

8379 Beacon- 3 Season RoomQ. What amazing views will the new homeowner be able to enjoy?
Two acres of lush landscaping with beautiful flowers, woods and all that nature has to offer. 8379 Beacon- BackyardQ. Can you tell us a fun fact about the home?
It is a great home to entertain with a 3 season porch. The walkout lower level opens to a large deck with built in benches and a big yard to play in. In addition, there is a cute potting shed.8379 Beacon- Backyard 2Q. Is there anything else you’d like to tell us about the home?
It has a little bit of country but a great location to schools, shopping, and access to expressways.

For more information about 8379 Beacon Lane, Northville, MI or if you are interested in scheduling a showing, please contact Tracey Roy at  734-417-5827.

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Pristine Custom Home for Sale in Saline

Today we are featuring Debbie Leutheuser’s listing – 343 Crestway Court, Saline, MI 48176343 Crestway - Saline, MIQ. Can you describe the architectural style of the home?
Custom built 1 ½ story home features a first-floor master suite.

343 Crestway - FireplaceQ. What distinctive features set this home apart?
This move-in ready home has a gourmet kitchen with double ovens, granite counter tops, stainless steel appliances and an abundance of custom cabinets.

343 Crestway - KitchenQ. What are the advantages of the location & neighborhood?
Prestigious Brookview Highlands Subdivision is located north of downtown Saline at the southwest corner of Textile and Maple. Beautiful one-acre lot with Lodi Township Taxes. Saline Schools.

343 Crestway - BedroomQ. Have there been any recent renovations or upgrades?
This home has had a complete renovation with upgrades to baths, new carpet, and
refinished hardwood floors. The roof was replaced in 2012. A new radon mitigation system was installed in 2016.

343 Crestway - Lower LevelQ. What amazing views will the new homeowner be able to enjoy?
Spacious one-acre lot located in quiet cul-de- sac.

DeckQ. Can you tell us a fun fact about the home?
Nice hot tub located on the patio for some summertime fun or just relaxing after a long day. New owners will enjoy the backyard barbecue on the spacious deck.

343 Crestway - BackyardQ. Is there anything else you’d like to tell us about the home?
Walk-out basement partially finished with second study or sewing room, full bath and recreation room and loads of clean unfinished storage.

If you would like more information about 343 Crestway Court, Saline, MI or if you are interested in scheduling a showing, please contact Debbie Leutheuser at 734-323-7067.

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14 Magnificent May Events

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Ypsilanti Meals on Heels FundraiserMay 4

Ypsilanti Meals on Wheels (YMOW) invites you to support their upcoming fundraiser Meals on Heels. Guests will enjoy a fun and fashionable cocktail party while supporting their mission to feed the homebound elderly and medically fragile of our local community.

Catering by Bona Sera and other great Taste of Ypsilanti favorites.  Listen to the house band playing all your favorite shoe inspired tunes, take part in a quirky shoe competition for prizes, and show off stylish stilettos to snazzy sneakers on the shoe red carpet.


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11th Annual Spelling BeeMay 5

The Family Learning Institute, which provides free tutoring to approximately 150 young local students each year, will hold its 11th Annual Spelling Bee on Friday, May 5, 2017, at the Eastern Michigan Convocation Center, 799 North Hewitt Road, Ypsilanti. Local businesses sponsor three-person teams who compete in an old-fashioned spelling bee.

A silent auction begins at 6:00 PM; the Spelling Bee begins at 7:00 PM. Tickets are $50, and the funds raised will enable FLI to expand its tutoring, outreach, and summer enrichment programs. Sponsorship opportunities for interested businesses are still available.


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Chelsea Area Garden Club 19th Annual Plant SaleMay 6

The Chelsea Area Garden Club plant sale is a terrific way to kick off the gardening season. Scheduled the Saturday before Mother’s Day, the event is an opportunity to stock up on high quality locally grown perennials, ornamental grasses, daylilies, vegetables, and herbs. Proceeds from the plant sale are used for civic beautification, scholarships and grants for horticulture-related community projects. The event runs from 8:00 am – 12:00 pm on Saturday, May 6.


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39th Annual Burns Park RunMay 7

Winding through beautiful Burns Park near the University of Michigan campus, this tree-lined, loop course has been a favorite of beginner and world-class runners alike. The Burns Park Run is a long-standing and successful fundraiser, organized and staffed by volunteers, that supports Burns Park Elementary PTO programs and other local schools via the Run for Schools program. Known for its family-friendly atmosphere, the Burns Park Run 5K and 10K races annually draw 1,300 to 1,500 runners, aged 5 to 90 years, with over 200 elementary school kids running the 5K.

 


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Show & Shine Car ShowMay 7

This is the 38th year for “Show & Shine” sponsored by the Ypsilanti Area Street Rods. The show invites an eclectic mix of unrestored, restored, and modified cars and trucks. A $15 pre-registration fee ends April 15. The day of show car registration is $20. Gates open at 9 AM with a $2 donation for spectators.


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Taste of SalineMay 10

The Taste of Saline is a celebration of the many talented people who live and work in the Saline area. This ticketed event provides a unique opportunity to sample culinary treats and hear and see talented musicians, artists, and performers all from the greater Saline area.  Wander inside fabulous participating downtown establishments and be entertained as you experience all that Saline has to offer! Honor students from Saline High School will greet you at each location and share a little bit of history about the building, thanks to the Saline Area Historical Society.

 


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Go West, Young Man!May 11

The final concert of the regular season brings music from the West to Southeastern Michigan. Featuring music from John Wayne’s final film The Cowboys, Aaron Copland’s Hoe-Down, and a good old fashioned sing-a-long, the program is sure to inspire the cowboy in all of us.


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Butterfly FestivalMay 13

Explore the beautiful and fascinating world of butterflies. See live butterflies and learn about the life cycle and lifestyles of butterflies at this enjoyable spring event. Help with planting in the U-M Museum of Natural History Butterfly and Pollinator Garden, and make your very own butterfly wings to take home.

 


Spring Invitational33rd Annual Ann Arbor Springtime InvitationalMay 18

The Ice Cube hosts an annual U.S. and Skate Canada Figure Skating event right here in Ann Arbor!  This competition has been selected for the 2017 National Solo Dance Competition Series. Come see some great skating.


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Ladies NightMay 19

Join the fun in downtown Ann Arbor on Friday, May 19th from 5 to 9 p.m.  Retailers stay open late and roll out the red carpet with special offers, discounts, snacks, photos, goody bags, raffles and more.  Restaurants join the festivities by offering Ladies Night food and drink specials.


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Tech TwilightMay 19

Discover top tech innovations from local companies, global organizations, and student scientists at the 9th annual TechTwilight. Proceeds and event sponsorships support the Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum’s mission of inspiring young people to embrace science, technology, engineering, art and math.


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Finders Keepers Vintage Market At Chelsea County FairgroundsMay 21

Bringing to you a group of creative and talented vendors, where you are sure to find something you can’t live without. From everything vintage, handmade, upcycled and re-loved, you will absolutely find that perfect one-of-a-kind piece of furniture, a piece of jewelry you have been missing in your life, or something whimsical for your garden. Our commitment is to bring you quality curators who inspire and challenge you to see beyond what was forgotten and re-loved into something to treasure.

On market day you will find upscale DIY projects, vintage decor, re-loved antiques, fresh flowers, homemade consumables, rustic inspired items, industrial creations, shabby chic and farmhouse one-of-a -kind style furniture pieces, great food from local vendors, vintage & antique finds from old barns, repurposed windows, gorgeous hand-made wooden signs, vintage style clothes, beautiful jewelry, furniture and much more.


Volvik Ann ArborThe LPGA Volvik ChampionshipMay 22-28

The LPGA Volvik Championship was developed from the desire to create a professional sports event that would benefit the local community, support charity, and grow the economy. The second annual event will be held in Ann Arbor at Travis Pointe Country Club from May 22-28, 2017. Over 30,000 spectators are anticipated to attend the second annual LPGA Volvik Championship.


Memorial DayMemorial DayMay 29

Washtenaw County residents will honor military veterans and active personnel throughout the Memorial Day weekend. Planned events range from solemn shows of patriotism to concerts and parades. Check www.visitannarbor.org for more information.


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Advantages of Downsizing Your Home

A recent study by Edelman Berland reveals that 33% of homeowners who are contemplating selling their houses in the near future are planning to scale down. There are many reasons why this might make sense for many homeowners. In this post, we will explore some of the reasons to downsize and how to make the move easier.

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Most people tend to put off tedious chores such as weeding, dusting, vacuuming, and cleaning toilets. The good news is with less space, you spend less time and energy on cleaning. Not to mention, if you own less, there is less to clean around. With less time cleaning think how much more time you will have to pursue your passions.

 

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Those who have lived in a large home know one of the downsides is high energy costs. Whether it is heating and cooling or water savings in your bathrooms and kitchens, you use a lot of energy maintaining a large home. Smaller homes will give you the benefit of reducing your family’s carbon footprint while you enjoy a lower energy bill in the warmer and cooler months. This reduction in you energy usage will also downsize your utility bills. When you have less space to heat, cool and light, your utility bills will naturally be lower. You’ll also save money on maintenance, taxes, insurance and repairs.


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Boost Your Retirement Fund
Once you’re debt free with a fully funded emergency fund, it’s time to build wealth for the future.  Experts recommend investing 15% of your household income into Roth IRAs and pre-tax retirement plans.

If you’re still working your way up to 15%, that extra $500 could be the push you need to get there.  An extra $500 over 30 years, could give you an additional $1–1.6 million in the bank to get you through your golden years. You can do a lot of living with that nest egg.

Preparing for Your New Home
Putting your home on the market is a process that takes time. Before you downsize your home, you will need to scale down your other belongings too. Look at this as your opportunity to do something new and live life with a lighter load. Start by going through your belongings and determining what you really need.

 

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Whether you love to shop or just think you might need that outfit in the back of the closet someday, most of us tend to hold onto more clothing than we need. Begin by taking all your clothing out of your closet. Examine what you do and don’t wear. Remember that you didn’t build up an oversize wardrobe overnight, so give yourself time to go through and purge enough pieces so that everything will fit. Get rid of unwanted clothing at yard sales or online, or by donating items to charity.

 

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According to the Self Storage Association, there are about 50,000 self-storage facilities in the U.S. That’s more than five times the number of Starbucks. Vow to eliminate storage fees by getting rid of enough stuff so that all your possessions fit in your own home.

 

Treadmill in room on brick wall backgroundExercise Equipment
If there is an exercise bike, treadmill or stair climber sitting in your attic or bedroom that has morphed into a permanent clothes rack, now is the time to donate it to a local thrift store or sell it online.


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Kitchen Appliances and Gadgets
Do you really need all of your kitchen appliances? If you are someone with a juicer, food processor, blender, hand mixer, waffle maker and more considering asking yourself: “When was the last time I plugged that in?” If it’s been more than six months since you’ve used the convection oven or bread maker, it’s probably time to find that appliance a new home. While you’re in the kitchen, eliminate unused culinary gadgets and nonmatching tableware.

 

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If your kids or other family members don’t want keepsakes from their own childhood (or yours) now, they’re not going to want them when you’re gone. Hold on to a few precious, symbolic mementos — those that truly spark memories and joy — and digitize images of the other things.

 

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When you went to college or got your first apartment you probably filled it with new furniture. Over time, as you got a larger space the tendency is to fill or overfilling your home with furniture.  When moving to a smaller space too much furniture will make rooms seem smaller. Start by measuring the new space and doorway and seeing what pieces will actually fit. If that couch is not going to fit through the front door there is no point in hauling it across town or the country.


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Books, Magazines, DVDs
Unless a book has sentimental value or you’re going to read it again, put it back into circulation via a yard sale or thrift store so that others can enjoy it. Don’t want to sell it? Consider donating it to your local library, where you can always get free access to books, CDs and DVDs. You can store countless e-books (many are available for free) on an e-reader that’s smaller than a single print volume, and you can easily digitize your music and movie collections.

 

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Consumer Reports advises organizing your important files into four categories: “papers that you need to keep for the calendar year or less; ones that can be destroyed when you no longer own the items they cover; tax records, which you should save for seven years; and papers to keep indefinitely.” Many of the records you need to access indefinitely are now available through online accounts. Consider storing digitized documents on a web-based storage service or an external drive.

Finding the right home for your family is a personal decision. If you or your friends are ready for your next real estate action step, don’t hesitate. For sound advice and help creating your personal real estate plan, contact us today.

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Immaculate Move-in Ready Home in Saline

FeaturedFriListing_2016Today we are featuring Cassiana Ebert’s listing – 311 Castlebury Drive, Saline, MI 48176

311 Castlebury Drive - Front Q. Can you describe the architectural style of the home?
Colonial

311 Castlebury Drive - EntryQ. What distinctive features set this home apart?
This move-in ready home has a lovely master retreat with a walk-in closet and a spacious master bath.

311 Castlebury Drive - KitchenQ. What are the advantages of the location & neighborhood?
Torwood Subdivision in Saline has lots of mature trees and a wonderful wooded walking trail.

311 Castlebury Drive - FireplaceQ. Have there been any recent renovations or upgrades?
Brand new stainless steel appliances, granite counter tops and the basement is newly finished.

311 Castlebury Drive - MasterQ. Does the community have any amenities we should know about?
Torwood is located only 2 minutes from downtown Saline, Mill Pond and Curtiss parks.

Master bathQ. What amazing views will the new homeowner be able to enjoy?
The ample sized backyard features a large deck ready for a barbecue.

311 Castlebury Drive - DeckQ. Is there anything else you’d like to tell us about the home?
An added bonus is the finished basement which is ready for entertaining.

If you would like more information about 311 Castlebury Drive, Saline, MI or if you are interested in scheduling a showing, please contact Cassiana Ebert at 734-707-6931.

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Benefits of Investing in a Smart Home

smart-home-640While neutral walls and good curb appeal are still necessary, smart home technology is the latest way to increase the speed of your home sale. Studies have found that consumers want the addition of technology in their home to increase safety, comfort and efficiency.

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Safety is the number one reason people want smart home features. Consider adding mobile device-operated or computer-controlled home systems such as a doorbell camera, keyless entry, garage door opener, or indoor and outdoor surveillance cameras. These features allow users to monitor their home from anywhere in the world.

According to the National Fire Protection Association from 2007 to 2011, almost a quarter of home fire-related deaths in the US occurred in home with non-working smoke alarms. Smart devices can help prevent or detect a fire in your home. For example, a smart smoke detector will send an alarm to your smart phone when smoke is detected. Some smart smoke and carbon monoxide detectors, like the Nest Protect, offer the ability to flash smart bulbs to alert you and light your way when the alarm goes off. Additionally, they have the ability to shut off your HVAC unit in an emergency. Additionally, these devices won’t beep when the battery is low; instead they send an alert to your smart phone.

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Imagine waking up in the morning and turning on your espresso machine from your bed via your smartphone. Click another app on your phone and your blinds open. You get up go to the bathroom and look in your smart HiMirror. The smart device analyzes and assesses your skin conditions, and then recommends customized skincare routes to help improve those blemishes. From work, you can turn off the lights you accidentally left on. Envision being able to see what is in your in fridge from the convenience of work and providing the most up-to-date grocery list.

This type of comfort and convenience was unimaginable in the past, but with the new wave of smart home devices, these devices could be yours. While it is not cost prohibitive to invest in every smart home appliance, smart lighting, thermostats and built in speakers are worth looking into and considered a solid investment by many real estate professionals.
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A study conducted through the company Under One found that 68% of respondents cited energy efficiency as a driving factor enticing them to add technology to their home. According to the Department of Energy, heating and cooling accounts for about 48% of the energy use in a typical U.S. house. Smart thermostats typically save 10% – 12% on heating and around 15% on cooling.

Just like other smart home appliances, the thermostat can be controlled through an app. This means if you are returning from vacation, you can tell your home to heat up or cool down from the airport. Research by the International Energy Agency (IEA), 19% of global electricity generation is used for lighting. Smart bulbs use less energy and last a lot longer than traditional bulbs. Smart bulbs can be put on a schedule or controlled remotely, which is great if you forgot to turn off the lights when leaving the house. Some bulbs even pair with other systems, like Amazon’s Alexa, enabling you to turn them on or off with your voice.

Now you can see how smart homes enhance quality of life. However, there are also security concerns that need to be addressed. As with any new technology security protocols are important. To help keep your smart home safe, you should: use multifactor authentication, perform security updates and install malware protection. And, don’t use public Wi-Fi.

In the past, home automation systems were high-tech curiosities that were not affordable or accessible to the majority of homeowners. Now just about anyone can take advantage of home automation to simplify their lives and increase their home’s market value.

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9 Intriguing April Events

Delight in the sunlight this April by attending any or all of these nine Ann Arbor area events.


 

Eastern Michigan University Jazz ConcertApril 2

Bop your head along with the music as Eastern Michigan University students showcase their musical talent. This free event takes place at the Pease Auditorium and is open to the public.


FoolMoon and FestiFoolsApril 7 & April 9

Get foolish this April at FoolMoon and Festifool. In the heart of downtown Ann Arbor, everyone and anyone is invited to gather in the streets to shake off the cold, gray winter at FoolMoon. The skyline will be filled with luminaries, interactive installations, laser shows, a beer tent sponsored by Grizzly Peak, DJs raised into the air, live dance performances, and oh so many more de-LIGHT-fool surprises. If you have never been to FoolMoon before, you won’t want to miss this event which runs from dusk until Midnight on April 7.
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FestiFools is one of Ann Arbor’s cultural treasures. It is a humongous public art spectacular, created by members of the community and U of M students. Magnificent, colorful, bizarre, human-powered papier-mâché puppets join thousands of Foolish friends frolicking about downtown for one fun-filled hour. This event takes place April 9 from 4:00 – 5:00 pm.


First Fridays YpsilantiApril 7

First Fridays Ypsilanti is a self-guided monthly art and culture walk hosted throughout downtown Ypsilanti at multiple venues. Each month on the first Friday participating venues offer free art activities involving local artists, musicians, and/or tastings. The goal of the First Fridays Ypsilanti is to invite community members into the downtown area to support local talent and businesses while having a fun time!

 


Spring EggstravaganzaApril 15

The Spring Eggstravaganza started in 1998 has grown to the point where we have several hundred children and their parents participating in a morning of egg hunts, face painting, balloon twisters, a petting zoon, photo opportunities with the bunny and Easter egg coloring. The Spring Eggstravaganza is on April 15th at Lillie Park in Pittsfield Township from 11 am – 1 pm.

 


2017 EggstravaganzaApril 15

The 2017 Eggstravaganza is taking place April 15. Kids start at Busch’s, 565 E. Michigan Ave., Saline, and hop on over to participating businesses to pick up your egg. After you visit the businesses drop your stamped list off at Mickey’s Dairy Twist to enter a drawing to win one of 4 baskets filled with items donated from area businesses. Call 734 429-4494 for more info.


2017 Nations’ Cup Theatre On IceApril 20 – 23

The 2017 Nations’ Cup Interclub Theatre On Ice competition will feature the top teams from six countries competing in the newest—and most creative—discipline of figure skating. Theatre On Ice (TOI) is a form of competitive figure skating that combines the grace of figure skating with the excitement of theater and dance.

 


Rock the DistrictApril 22

Join State Street District and Ann Arbor’s 107one for the 2nd annual Rock the District. This free music festival will take place Saturday, April 22, from 5:00 pm – 10:00 pm and will be open to all ages. The main stage will be on the corner of Maynard Street and East William. The lineup includes: Theo Katzman, The Go Rounds, Chris DuPont, Misty Lyn & The Big Beautiful, Girls Who Care and many more.


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Annual Ann Arbor Earth Day FestivalApril 23

The Ann Arbor Earth Day Festival Planning Committee invites all to celebrate our natural world at the annual Earth Day Festival on Sunday, April 23 from noon to 4 p.m. at Leslie Science & Nature Center, 1831 Traver Road in Ann Arbor. This free, family-friendly event features displays from over 30 local environmental, non-profit and governmental organizations; live animal demonstrations; learning presentations around sustainable living; hands-on activities; live entertainment; crafts; green building and commuting solutions; energy topics; water awareness; recycling topics; sustainable agriculture; and much more. The Earth Day Festival will be full of entertainment and engaging activities for visitors of all ages.

 


Ypsilanti Community Choir Spring ConcertApril 27

Under the direction of Ariel Toews-Ricotta, the Ypsilanti Community Choir will present a variety of musical pieces, ranging from sacred to show tunes, from jazz to family favorites, from golden oldies to contemporary hits. We are happy to provide an enjoyable, family-friendly musical experience that can be enjoyed by all ages.


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Pleasant and Private Home For Sale in Ann Arbor

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Today we are featuring Nate Foerg’s listing – 5243 Red Fox Run, Ann Arbor, MI, 48105
5243 Red Fox Run - Ann ArborQ. Can you describe the architectural style of the home?
This home features a modern open floor plan. If fewer stairs are something you desire, this ranch/contemporary style home has a first-floor master suite, and minimal stairs when compared to a conventional two story home.

5243 Red Fox Run - EntryQ. What distinctive features set this home apart?
This beautiful and bright home in Matthaei Farms features floor to ceiling windows which provide spectacular views of nature and wildlife in the wooded backyard. Luxury finishes include multiple gas fireplaces, a granite-topped kitchen island, and custom built-in shelving.

5243 Red Fox Run - Great RoomQ. Does the community have any amenities we should know about?
Matthaei Farms offers unmatched privacy. This property, in particular, is situated at the end of Red Fox Run and sees almost no traffic. However, it takes only a few minutes to drive to both area hospitals and the University of Michigan. The community also includes a private events facility.

5243 Red Fox Run - KitchenQ. Can you tell us a fun fact about the home?
The home has an incredible office space with built-in cherry shelving and skylights. The fully appointed lower family room with walk out makes this home exceptionally livable.

5243 Red Fox Run - Master SuiteQ. Is there anything else you’d like to tell us about the home?
This home may be seen on short notice and is ready for immediate occupancy! There is a three-car garage off of the horseshoe driveway. The back deck spans the entire width of the home and includes a screened-in area off of the kitchen.

5243 Red Fox Run - Lower LevelIf you would like more information about 5243 Red Fox Run, Ann Arbor, MI or if you are interested in scheduling a showing, please contact Nate Foerg at 734-834-1981.

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Congratulations to the 2016 Charles Reinhart Award Recipients

Reinhart held their Annual Awards Luncheon on Thursday, February 16th at Barton Hills County Club, celebrating the accomplishments of 230 agents and six office managers.

The Charles Reinhart Award, the most prestigious award the company presents, recognizes the highest earning agents of 2016.

Agents receiving the honor were:

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