March 2020

Found 3 blog entries for March 2020.

West Michigan Real Estate and the Lake Michigan Water Levels  | Andrea Crossman Realty

This week on the Andrea Crossman Group real estate blog, we’re featuring another video with Andrea Crossman herself.

Tune in as Andrea discusses the recent Erosion 2020 presentation sponsored by Coldwell Banker Realty in Holland, MI., as well as the high water levels that were the event’s focus.

The Erosion 2020 forum featured 9 experts on the subject of high Lake Michigan and Lake Huron water levels. Event speakers included John Allis from the Army Corps of Engineers, Grand Valley State Professor Kevin Strychar, Nick Bonstall from the Ottawa County Office of Emergency Management, and Greg Weykamp with waterfront engineering firm, Edgewater Resources,

During the nearly 2 1/2  hour discussion, which also featured answers to questions posed

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Welcome back to the Andrea Crossman Group blog. This week, we would like to discuss a few concerns about the effects of coronavirus, or COVID-19, and the West Michigan housing market.

Although Michigan, like every other state, has now seen a number of coronavirus cases, the housing market along the Lakeshore is still strong for buyers and sellers alike. With interest rates at a low that has not been seen in years, it is still a great time to sell or purchase a home as low-interest rates present buyers with great opportunities.

Spring is also one of the best times of year to sell your home. As the weather warms, buyers are more likely to visit available homes in search of their dream house. Although the market is still strong in South Haven,

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Several factors have made the housing market in West Michigan into one of the hottest in the country. Low interest rates, affordable homes, and a great job market ore just a few of the reasons that it’s a great time to sell your home.

However, Spring is also in the air and that means it’s a great time to find an experienced realtor and get your home on the market. Warm weather brings buyers out to explore open houses and potential purchases, so put away your parka and get your home ready to show.

There are a lot of things to consider before setting a price and listing your home, but one of those items is often overlooked. Or, misunderstood. When considering the sale of your West Michigan home, it’s important to understand the taxable value and

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