Sunday, February 14, 2010
Michigan Real Estate: Five Figure Territory
In 2009, the average sale price of a home in Michigan slipped below $100,000 for the first time in 15 years, reports UM-Flint professor of economics and finance Mark J. Perry on his Carpe Diem blog.
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Labels: Carpe Diem, home prices, housing crisis, Mark J. Perry, real estate, UM-Flint
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The piece of information that I sent you regarding a cozy get away here in Marquette that is up for sale at this time, kind of exceeds the figures in this article. Thirty stone fireplaces and 6,ooo feet on Lake Superior and seven plus sq. miles of property with fifty rooms in the "house". Asking: 40 Million, negotiable...GordieReplyDelete
Dang, my place only has twenty-seven stone fireplaces...I feel inferior.ReplyDelete