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Top 10 Reasons to Hire Own It Detroit

Investing in, and managing rental properties, is a very lucrative business. However, finding the right property in the right location at the right price can be a fairly tough challenge. In addition, running a rental property all on your own…

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Detroit Officials reach Agreement on Transit

Regional officials have agreed on a last-second deal to scrape up the remains of a $4.7 billion proposal for a mass transit expansion across the southeast Michigan. Reports were confirmed by Mark Hackel, a Macomb County Executive who was in…

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DTE plan on unveiling Detroit park

DTE Energy is planning on putting forth a new public park in downtown Detroit. This groundbreaking plan is scheduled for Tuesday morning for the park, which is planned for the western edge of Detroit’s central business district. The park, which…

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Detroit housing continue to rise through the summer season

  Metro Detroit’s housing prices continued their steady upward climb this spring, rising 5.7% in April compared  with a year earlier and reaching fall 2007 levels, according to a key nationwide price indicator released this morning. The closely watched Standard & Poor’s/Case-Shiller Home Price…

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Little Caesars Headquarters expansion imminent

First announced in late 2014, the planned new headquarters building will be built immediately to the south of the Fox Theatre along Columbia, which will remain open with retail along both sides. Currently the Ilitch family houses its headquarters for…

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Detroit annual fireworks show drawing attention

The 58th annual Ford Fireworks show will take place on Monday, June 27th alongside the Detroit River, and it brings promise to be more spectacular and roaring as the shows before it. Tony Micheals, president and CEO of The Parade…

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Michigan Legislators roll out $617M DPS plan

  After emotional and passionate debate, the Michigan Legislature narrowly passed  a $617-million package to try and fix the collapsing Detroit Public Schools district. After a string of “sick-outs” led by teachers across the district, the state legislation was forced…

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Detroit pushing for boost in property inspections

Detroit officials are reaching out to landlords, hoping more register their properties with the city so that they can be inspected. Landlords are required to register with the city’s Building, Safety Engineering and Environmental Department and get annual certificates of…

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