May 2020

Found 2 blog entries for May 2020.

Lake Michigan Waters |Andrea Crossman Group

West Michigan has seen quite a bit of rain so far this year, with late April downpours breaking local records up and down the Michigan Lakeshore. However, the record precipitation along with the affects of Covid-19 on the West Michigan housing market, have done little to dampen homebuyer’s spirits.

With the rise of virtual open houses and 3D home tours, waterfront real estate buyers are still showing a great deal of interest in offerings from South Haven to Manistee and beyond.

The heavy rains have brought some flooding concerns, and with the flooding, attention has returned to the high Lake Michigan water levels. Water levels in the big lakes set record levels in 2019 and are expected to do so again.

Although Lake Michigan and Lake Huron,

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Big Red - Lake Macatawa Lighthouse 

There are quite a few ports around the Michigan coastline, each with it’s own distinct personality. Some are more industrialized, others provide a central hub around which small, waterfront towns thrive and vacationing families go to relax on the beach.

Located on the West Michigan shore, Lake Macatawa gives Holland, Michigan more than 1700 acres of watery back yard. At 6 miles long and 1.2 miles across at it’s widest point, Lake Macatawa is not the largest port in Western Michigan. However, it is one of the most picturesque, with an active boating community, stunning sunsets, access to the Big Lake, and beautiful waterfront homes.

Lake Macatawa is surrounded on all sides by the town of Holland, with the north side ending on the Holland State

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