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Detroit Blight Authority Anticipates Pontiac To Be Blight Free In 2017

As Detroit makes its’ way past the bankruptcy issues that plagued the city until recently, the efforts on blight have started to show true progress. The Detroit Blight Authority has set sights on Oakland County in just the past few months. The city of Pontiac has seen significant improvement from blight efforts, with over 300…

Use Tax Loopholes In Detroit Real Estate

As a real estate professional in Detroit, MI, money is often on your mind. What can I do to keep as much money as possible? How do I work around my taxes? Are there other options outside of placing it in a Swiss bank? Let’s go over a few ways you can properly and safely…

Crowdfunding Comes To Detroit

Michigan small-businesses have another reason to celebrate; Michigan Funders, a crowdfunding company, has been placed into effect as of this week and will allow small company owners to continue thriving. As a crowdfunding platform for Michigan businesses only, this new venture is taking hold of the recent laws signed by Governor Rick Snyder. These new…

Tiny Homes Have Hit Detroit

Engineers and innovators have started becoming creative when attempting to tackle Detroit’s housing crisis. Their latest idea: converting old shipping containers. At the GM Assembly Plant in Hamtramck, new work has been started on renovating and repurposing old shipping containers into livable, retail, or workspaces for Detroit. Outside of working on cars, the engineers and…

Looking To Save Money On Your Next Mortgage?

The real estate market trends for 2015 in Detroit are showing promise. As the numbers begin to rise, it may leave you eager to jump into your next downtown investment. However, the process of shopping around for a mortgage is still a hassle, and a task real estate professional’s never look forward to. We’ve put…

Why You Should Stop Investing Outside Of Detroit

Many people across the globe are putting their money and faith into the city of Detroit. As Detroit becomes a technological hub and revitalizes the automobile industry, it’s a wonder why anyone who was locally oriented would look anywhere else. We have put together a definitive argument of why you should stop putting your money…

The David Whitney Building Opens In Detroit And Is Quickly Booked Solid

On December 19th, the David Whitney Building in downtown Detroit was officially renovated and re-opened for business. The old and historic building has been repurposed to hold over 100 apartments and 136 hotel rooms. We hope you weren’t planning on getting a peak inside anytime soon, because word of the opening spread quickly, and the…

Tiger Stadium Renovations Start Now!

The site of Tiger Stadium holds an iconic presence for Detroit natives. With news of the area receiving renovation and uplifting efforts, many are left wondering what will happen to the legacy of the old grounds. Will future generations stand in awe of what was once Tiger Stadium? Recently, we found out that the answer…

New Years Eve In Campus Martius: Competing With NYC

2015 is right around the corner and the residents across Metro Detroit couldn’t be more thrilled for this year’s downtown festivities. The latest event to hit Detroit on December 31st will be known as “The Drop.” Starting at 4pm, Campus Martius will be taken over by music, dancing, activities, food, and as much end of…