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The Lake House Muskegon | Andrea Crossman Group

Four Great Waterfront Eateries in West Michigan

West Michigan and the Lakeshore are home to a diverse group of cultures and the great restaurants founded by each. Whether your tastes buds long for Mexican, Dutch, or classic American, you’ll find some wonderful choices in the small towns that dot the Lake Michigan coast.

Spring will be just around the corner, it’s a good time to plan a few summer road trips and weekend getaways. There are lots of new places to try in every destination, but when the sun’s out, eating outside with a beautiful view makes any meal more enjoyable.

This week, to let a little sunshine through the winter clouds, we’re going to feature four of the best waterfront eateries in West Michigan. Although Michigan restaurants

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Winter Weather Can’t Cool the Hot West Michigan Housing Market | Andrea Crossman Group

Although the temperature is dropping and there’s a chill in the air, there is no evidence the housing market in West Michigan will cool off any time soon.

Throughout the year, real estate companies often release reports highlighting statistics and trends that can help buyers and sellers alike. These reports can provide valuable insight into the housing market and help with planning and decisions.

A recent quarterly report for West Michigan’s housing market shines a light on Lakeshore real estate and the details that clients and agents can expect for the near future.

Here are some of those numbers.

2458 – The number of reported homes on the market in West Michigan. Although this number rises and falls over time, the current figure shows a

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Predictions for West Michigan Real Estate Trends

The real estate market in West Michigan and the Lakeshore has been one of the hottest in the country. For several years, Grand Rapids has held a place in the Top Ten housing markets in the entire United States. 

Several considerations have been credited for the strength in the market. Low-cost housing, low-interest rates, a strong job market, and more have had a big impact on real estate, often leading to a lack of available homes for sale in many West Michigan townships. 

In 2019, a dramatic rise in Great Lakes water levels also contributed to changes in the real estate market in many waterfront areas. In some areas, the high water has led to substantial beach erosion, or to substantial

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