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Jackie Hawley

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Lapeer County Home Sales Data


Year Units Average SP Median SP Volume % Distressed % Non-Distressed
2004 1159 $179,505 $162,500 $207,866,292    
2005 1162 $186,764 $162,000 $217,020,187    
2006 743 $173,506 $157,000 $128,914,642    
2007 653 $153,471 $138,000 $100,216,262    
2008 750 $125,351 $109,950 $94,013,295    
2009 1012 $91,990 $74,650 $93,094,282    
2010 988 $101,171 $83,250 $99,956,979    
2011 925 $102,845 $80,200 $92,457,287 60% 40%
2012 1029 $113,362 $90,100 $116,649,235 56% 44%
2013 1062 $130,384 $112,250 $138,468,316 42% 58%

 


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Updates from my real estate blog written for the potential home buyer or home seller in Lapeer County Michigan. Besides real estate specific posts there will be posts about things to do in the Lapeer area.

Lapeer Michigan Real Estate

Over the next several days I will be making significant changes to this blog. Many of the posts were written when the housing market was down and distressed sales were the norm (foreclosures and short sales). Tags and categories were assigned accordingly. We now appear to be back to a normal market, and I am […]

If you tried to sell your Lapeer County Lake house last year with no success, AND you were a fairly high priced listing, do not despair. It was not your house- it was the market. In 2014 there were only 4 lakefront sales over $600,000 and all 4 were on acreage. 2 of those were […]

When Lapeer County home buyer comes to us with a pre-approval letter for an FHA mortgage we will ask both you and your loan officer “Why FHA?” It’s not that we are FHA snobs or don’t want to work with FHA buyers, but FHA does come with its own baggage. Baggage that affects you the […]

Do Lapeer MI Houses Sell in the Winter? I have been asked this question quite a bit lately. The short answer is yes. Not as many as in the summer- as you can see from the graph below, there’s a big drop in January. This is due mostly to the Christmas holidays. Thanksgiving and New Years affect this, […]

When High Tech is just an excuse for laziness This post is NOT a criticism of electronic signatures, Twitter, Facebook… nor of agents who utilize these methods in their real estate business. This post IS a criticism of agents who criticize those of us who choose NOT to use any of the above in our […]

Paperless is NOT green I’m getting pretty tired of listening to agents boast about being paperless thus calling themselves “green.” First of all- something is substituted for paper. Usually a device that is electronic – more than likely built from petroleum products and run (charged) with coal. I have no problem with plastic and electronics- […]

I am still working on my video editing skills. This video may be re-worked in the future or simply canned and a new one made. But for an early effort I don’t think this is too bad  

Seller Concessions Explained- Lapeer MI Real Estate This is my attempt at a very simplified explanation of what seller concessions are. Example: You want to buy the house you just looked at and want to make an offer of $200,000. You need $5000 in seller concessions (seller paying all or part of your closing costs). Your […]

Should I stay around for the showing? Many home sellers in Lapeer Michigan ask this question. You should leave and I should not be there either. For the showing you want potential buyers to be as comfortable as possible. You want them to feel free to express any concerns or dislikes to their agent. Often this […]

Is My Listing REALLY Overpriced? It seems lately the explanation that comes with a low ball offer is that the house (my listing) is overpriced. I guess soooo grossly overpriced that your buyer chose it as their favorite. I understand a buyer submitting a low offer trying to see what they can get it for. […]