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Our experience in the relocation business will help make your transition to West Michigan an easy one. We know the area, schools and local attractions to narrow in on your true desires.
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We dive deep into getting your needs and dive even deeper to find out your wants. Everyone should be able to have their cake and eat it too.

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Helping you find your place means that writing an offer should be easy. Our office’s technology will help expedite your home buying process.

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Rise in Home Sales Signifies Strengthening Market: Economists

DS News.com original story   The long-awaited housing recovery is beginning to blossom, according to industry experts taking a look at recent existing-home sales.   While admitting home sales “are still very low,” Paul Dales, chief economist at Capital Economics, says “it is clear that housing recovery is now well underway.” The evidence: home sales have been on the rise for the past three months, posting a 5 percent increase in December. Lawrence Yun, chief economist for the National Association of Realtors (NAR), concurs with Dales’ assessment, saying “The pattern of home sales in recent months demonstrates a market in recovery.” Yun suggests consumers are gaining confidence from “record low mortgage interest rates, job growth and bargain home prices.” In addition to the 5 percent increase in December, NARreported a 1.7 percent annual increase in existing-home sales in 2011, a total of 4.26 million homes for the year. Distressed homes made up 32 percent of sales in December, according to NAR’s existing home sales report for the month. Foreclosed home sales closed at about 22 percent below market rate in December, a discount 2 percent higher than that recorded a year earlier. Investor demand remains steady with 21 percent of homes sold in December going to investors after this category of buyers took 19 percent of purchases in November and 20 percent one year ago. Cash sales – commonly linked to investors – made up 31 percent of December’s existing-home sales. This rate was 28 percent in November and 29 percent a year ago. Purchases by first-time home buyers declined in December – both from the previous month and the previous year. First-time home... read more

It’s Time to Buy That House

According to the Wall Street Journal, U.S. house prices have plunged by nearly a third since 2006, and homeownership rates are falling at the fastest pace since the Great Depression. The good news? Two key measures now suggest it’s an excellent time to buy a house, either to live in for the long term or for investment income (but not for a quick flip). First, the nation’s ratio of house prices to yearly rents is nearly restored to its prebubble average. Second, when mortgage rates are taken into consideration, houses are the most affordable they have been in... read more

10 Best Places To Live In The U.S.

Grand Rapids, Mich., made RelocateAmerica’s Top 10 list for its solid schools and strong economy, especially when compared with the rest of the state. “It’s got the best of everything in a smaller large city,” said Steve Nickerson, president of... read more

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