West Michigan Real Estate and the Lake Michigan Water Levels

Posted by Andrea Crossman on Monday, March 30th, 2020 at 6:58pm.

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 over the internet and by phone, the group addresses some of the pressing questions on many Michigan homeowner’s minds.

Topics included the projected water levels for the coming summer, the Army Corps' ability to control the outflow from Lake Superior, and solutions for homeowners who could be affected by beachfront erosion along with many other subjects.

Click Here or on the image above to hear Andrea Crossman discuss the Erosion 2020 forum and some of the take-aways from the panel of experts. To watch the YouTube video of the Erosion 2020 forum, please click on the video link below.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i0sVfvvqKjQ

Although the Lake Michigan water levels are on many people’s minds, the current West Michigan real estate and housing market outlook is still one of the hottest in the country. Recent interest rate cuts have also helped.

For more information about any of our listings or to discuss buying or selling a home, please contact the Andrea Crossman Group today by visiting our website’s Contact page or by calling 616-312-2237 today.

 

 

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