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Apr
05

Hot new home listing in Dearborn MI

Hot New Home Listing

7727 Orchard Street, Dearborn

Price: $59,900

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If you are planing to sell your Dearborn or Dearborn Heights Michigan area home or if you are in the market to Buy a home or real estate in Dearborn, Dearborn Heights, Garden City, Westland, Redford, Livonia, Plymouth, Canton, Northville, Novi, Farmington, Allen Park, Taylor or any one of the other Detroit Michigan west side suburb, Contact Steve Hatfield today.

For more information about this home visit my web site at: www.HomeMoves.com There you will also find complete and in-depth information about Buying or Selling real estate in the Dearborn Michigan area or any one of the other Detroit Michigan west side suburbs.

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Jul
02

Dearborn MI Area Real Estate Update For July 2012

Below you will find a brief summary of the current Dearborn and Dearborn Heights Michigan real estate market as of July 1, 2012.

If you would like a more in-depth and detailed report on the local Dearborn area real estate market please contact me by using the “Contact” Steve Hatfield link below or visit my web site at: DearbornHomes.com

 

Dearborn Real Estate Market Update

Active Real Estate Listings – Currently on the market and for sale

  • 222- Single Family Homes
  • 39 – Condominiums / Town Homes
  • 25 – Multi-Family Homes

Pending Real Estate Sales – Sold but not yet closed

  • 267 – Single Family Homes
  • 7 – Condominiums / Town Homes
  • 18 – Multi-Family Homes

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May
01

Dearborn MI Area Real Estate Update May 2012

Below you will find a brief summary of the current Dearborn and Dearborn Heights Michigan real estate market as of May 1, 2012.

If you would like a more in-depth and detailed report on the local Dearborn area real estate market please contact me by using the “Contact” Steve Hatfield link below or visit my web site at: DearbornHomes.com

 

Dearborn Real Estate Market Update

Active Real Estate Listings – Currently on the market and for sale

  • 201- Single Family Homes
  • 11 – Condominiums / Town Homes
  • 26 – Multi-Family Homes

Pending Real Estate Sales – Sold but not yet closed

  • 272 – Single Family Homes
  • 11 – Condominiums / Town Homes
  • 18 – Multi-Family Homes

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Mar
08

I really love this house but I want to keep looking!

As strange as the title of this column may appear, it is a familiar refrain these days. Buyers are shown a house that is just perfect for them, and after seeing it, they ask their Realtor® to show them more homes. This is a recent phenomenon. In the past, when the buyers found the right house for them, they sat down and made an offer. From my conversations with other local Dearborn area Realtors, I have concluded that home buyers are acting this way for one of two reasons:

A BETTER BUY MAYBE JUST AROUND THE CORNER:
Some buyers today feel that they should continue looking at other properties because there may be a better deal around and they don’t want to miss it. Although this is a possibility, this philosophy could be taken to an extreme. Theoretically, the best decision is not to buy at all. This would allow you to always be available to look at more homes. While continuing your search, it is possible that someone else could purchase the home that was right for you.

IT’S HARD TO MAKE A DECISION:
The decision to buy a certain home is a big one. Sometimes, wanting to see more homes is a way to avoid making a decision. It is possible to feel confident when buying. Here are some of the steps that can improve confidence:

1. Be sure that this property has the basic features that you need.

2. Ask your Realtor to provide examples of similar Dearborn area homes that have recently sold and their selling prices.

3. Make an offer on the property conditional on a satisfactory home inspection by a qualified home inspector.

4. After taking the logical steps listed above, buy with your heart.

If you are going to invest your hard-earned money on this house, it should be a place that you want to come home to.

ADVICE: When you find the right property, you will feel it. Listen to your instincts. You know yourself and your tastes better than anyone else.

If you are planing to sell your Dearborn Michigan area home or if you are in the market to Buy a home or real estate in Dearborn MI, Dearborn Heights, Garden City, Westland, Redford, Livonia, Plymouth, Canton, Northville, Novi, Farmington, Allen Park, Taylor or any one of the other Detroit Michigan west side suburb, Contact Steve Hatfield today.

Visit my web site at: www.DearbornHomes.com for complete and in-depth information about Buying or Selling a home or real estate in the Dearborn Michigan area or any one of the other Detroit Michigan west side suburbs.Visit www.DearbornHomes.com

Original article written by: Tom Ervin
Image by: Vichie81

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Feb
02

Dearborn MI Area Real Estate Update February 2012

 

Below you will find a brief summary of the current Dearborn and Dearborn Heights Michigan area real estate market as of February 1, 2012.

If you would like a more in-depth and detailed report on the local Dearborn area real estate market please contact me by using the “Contact” Steve Hatfield link below or visit my web site at: DearbornHomes.com

 

Dearborn Real Estate Market Update

Active Real Estate Listings – Currently on the market and listed for sale

  • 238 – Single Family Homes
  • 25 – Condominiums / Town Homes
  • 24 – Multi-Family Homes

Pending Real Estate Sales – Sold but not yet closed

  • 268 – Single Family Homes
  • 9 – Condominiums / Town Homes
  • 16 – Multi-Family Homes

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Jan
24

Is it time to reduce the asking price of your Dearborn home

 

Everyone who sells a Dearborn area home wants the highest possible price. Sometimes, the only way to get the highest price is to reduce your present asking price. Most Dearborn area homeowners who have placed their homes on the market are hesitant to reduce the asking price prior to receiving an offer. This is understandable. There are, however, certain circumstances that dictate a price reduction may be necessary to get the house sold. Let’s look at some of the important considerations:

 

THE ORIGINAL PRICE: Was the original asking price for your home correct? Who set the original asking price? If you, the owner, set the price, were you realistic in your expectations? If the Realtor® set the price, was it based on a careful study of comparable properties? It has been my experience that the homeowner usually plays a major role in setting the price. Once the asking price is set,

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Is it time to reduce your asking price?

the owner may become very rigid when asked to consider a price reduction in order to make the home more competitive with surrounding homes. In order to sell your home at the highest possible price, it may be necessary for you to reevaluate your asking price from time to time.

SHOWINGS: If there are not many showings on your home, pricing may be the problem. When buyers are considering which homes to see, they may feel that your home does not offer enough features when compared with other homes in your price range. If there are many showings but no offers, price may be the problem. Your home may include the features and location that attract showings, but, upon closer inspection, buyers may feel the price is not justified.

MARKETPLACE: Perhaps the local Dearborn Michigan market has changed since your home was first put on the market. Although the original asking price may have been correct at the time of listing, it may no longer be adequate to attract buyers away from competing homes that have been priced to reflect the currant market. Real estate values do fluctuate. They respond to changes in the economy, interest rates, local taxing and zoning decisions etc.

ADVICE: Consider your Realtor’s advice regarding a possible price reduction.

 

If you are in the market to Buy a home or if you are in the market to Sell a home or real estate in Dearborn Michigan, Dearborn Heights, Garden City, Westland, Redford, Livonia, Plymouth, Canton, Northville, Novi, Farmington, Allen Park, Taylor or any one of the other Detroit Michigan west side suburbs, Contact Steve Hatfield today.

For complete and in-depth information about Buying or Selling a home or real estate in the Dearborn Michigan area or any one of the other Detroit Michigan west side suburbs, visit my web site at: www.DearbornHomes.com

 

Original article written by: Tom Ervin
Image by: ddpavumba

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