Making Sense of Valuation’s Alphabet Soup: CMAs, BPOs, AVMs and Appraisals

The following information is provided by the Center for REALTOR® Development (CRD).

This article explains the four most common valuation methods used for real property transactions and how and when they are used. It’s important to note that the methods below are not necessarily mutually exclusive. Lenders, servicers, investors, and other professionals use one or more of these valuation methods, depending on circumstances and the type of transaction. Often, one valuation method is used to confirm or quality-check the results of another.

Comparative Market Analysis (CMA): A CMA is prepared by a licensed real estate professional and is most commonly used to help determine a home’s listing price. The CMA should not be the only factor in determining listing price; rather, it is a guide for the agent and owner to evaluate the active and sold competition, and to serve as a tool in the price-setting process. A CMA can also be used—depending on variations in state laws—for a variety of other purposes, including loan modifications, short sales and foreclosure/REO purchases, value trend analysis, mediation and negotiation. It should not serve as the sole method of valuing collateral in a real estate transaction where a mortgage is being originated.

Broker Price Opinion (BPO): A BPO is prepared by a licensed real estate professional and is an estimate of the probable future selling price of a property. Like CMAs, BPOs may be used—depending on variations in state laws—for a variety of purposes, including loan modifications, short sales and foreclosure/REO purchases, value trend analysis, mediation and negotiation. They normally should not be used as the sole way to value collateral in a real estate transaction where a mortgage is being originated, even though in some states both BPOs and CMAs are technically permitted for purchase money transactions when the transaction is less than $250,000 (though allowed, CMAs are rarely used for this purpose).

Automated Valuation Model (AVM): An AVM is a service or software that provides property valuations, often based on mathematical modeling. AVMs are most commonly developed or used by lenders, servicer appraisal staff, and investors. While AVMs are most often used by lenders or secondary markets to confirm valuations provided in appraisal reports, they should not be used as the sole method to value collateral in a real estate transaction where a mortgage is being originated. They may, however, be used as the sole valuation option for other types of transactions, such as refinances.

Appraisal: An appraisal is prepared by a licensed or certified appraiser and is an opinion of a property’s value. Appraisals are most often used to value collateral in a real estate transaction and are required for most federally-regulated transactions above $250,000. Exceptions include transactions where no new money is involved. In practice, appraisals are used for the vast majority of purchase money transactions involving a loan. For the most part, lenders or servicers determine the use of appraisal or another acceptable methodology for transactions that are not purchase money.

Source: www.nar.realtor/appraisal/valuation-services-matrix

For more education about valuation and pricing, check out this month’s featured online certification course at the Center for REALTOR® Development, Pricing Strategies: Mastering the CMA, which is the educational requirement for NAR’s Pricing Strategy Advisor (PSA) certification, and is on sale this entire month of January at 25% off its regular price. This certification aims to help real estate professionals enhance skills in pricing properties, creating CMAs, working with appraisers, and guiding their clients through the anxieties and misperceptions related to real estate valuation.

For more information, please visit RISMedia’s online learning portal from NAR’s Center for REALTOR® Development (CRD) and the Learning Library. Here, real estate professionals can sign up for online professional development courses, industry designations, certifications, CE credits, Code of Ethics programs and more. NAR’s CRD also offers monthly specials and important education updates. New users will need to register for an account.

For the latest real estate news and trends, bookmark RISMedia.com.

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Making Sense of Valuation’s Alphabet Soup: CMAs, BPOs, AVMs and Appraisals

The following information is provided by the Center for REALTOR® Development (CRD).

This article explains the four most common valuation methods used for real property transactions and how and when they are used. It’s important to note that the methods below are not necessarily mutually exclusive. Lenders, servicers, investors, and other professionals use one or more of these valuation methods, depending on circumstances and the type of transaction. Often, one valuation method is used to confirm or quality-check the results of another.

Comparative Market Analysis (CMA): A CMA is prepared by a licensed real estate professional and is most commonly used to help determine a home’s listing price. The CMA should not be the only factor in determining listing price; rather, it is a guide for the agent and owner to evaluate the active and sold competition, and to serve as a tool in the price-setting process. A CMA can also be used—depending on variations in state laws—for a variety of other purposes, including loan modifications, short sales and foreclosure/REO purchases, value trend analysis, mediation and negotiation. It should not serve as the sole method of valuing collateral in a real estate transaction where a mortgage is being originated.

Broker Price Opinion (BPO): A BPO is prepared by a licensed real estate professional and is an estimate of the probable future selling price of a property. Like CMAs, BPOs may be used—depending on variations in state laws—for a variety of purposes, including loan modifications, short sales and foreclosure/REO purchases, value trend analysis, mediation and negotiation. They normally should not be used as the sole way to value collateral in a real estate transaction where a mortgage is being originated, even though in some states both BPOs and CMAs are technically permitted for purchase money transactions when the transaction is less than $250,000 (though allowed, CMAs are rarely used for this purpose).

Automated Valuation Model (AVM): An AVM is a service or software that provides property valuations, often based on mathematical modeling. AVMs are most commonly developed or used by lenders, servicer appraisal staff, and investors. While AVMs are most often used by lenders or secondary markets to confirm valuations provided in appraisal reports, they should not be used as the sole method to value collateral in a real estate transaction where a mortgage is being originated. They may, however, be used as the sole valuation option for other types of transactions, such as refinances.

Appraisal: An appraisal is prepared by a licensed or certified appraiser and is an opinion of a property’s value. Appraisals are most often used to value collateral in a real estate transaction and are required for most federally-regulated transactions above $250,000. Exceptions include transactions where no new money is involved. In practice, appraisals are used for the vast majority of purchase money transactions involving a loan. For the most part, lenders or servicers determine the use of appraisal or another acceptable methodology for transactions that are not purchase money.

Source: www.nar.realtor/appraisal/valuation-services-matrix

For more education about valuation and pricing, check out this month’s featured online certification course at the Center for REALTOR® Development, Pricing Strategies: Mastering the CMA, which is the educational requirement for NAR’s Pricing Strategy Advisor (PSA) certification, and is on sale this entire month of January at 25% off its regular price. This certification aims to help real estate professionals enhance skills in pricing properties, creating CMAs, working with appraisers, and guiding their clients through the anxieties and misperceptions related to real estate valuation.

For more information, please visit RISMedia’s online learning portal from NAR’s Center for REALTOR® Development (CRD) and the Learning Library. Here, real estate professionals can sign up for online professional development courses, industry designations, certifications, CE credits, Code of Ethics programs and more. NAR’s CRD also offers monthly specials and important education updates. New users will need to register for an account.

For the latest real estate news and trends, bookmark RISMedia.com.

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Making Sense of Valuation’s Alphabet Soup: CMAs, BPOs, AVMs and Appraisals

The following information is provided by the Center for REALTOR® Development (CRD).

This article explains the four most common valuation methods used for real property transactions and how and when they are used. It’s important to note that the methods below are not necessarily mutually exclusive. Lenders, servicers, investors, and other professionals use one or more of these valuation methods, depending on circumstances and the type of transaction. Often, one valuation method is used to confirm or quality-check the results of another.

Comparative Market Analysis (CMA): A CMA is prepared by a licensed real estate professional and is most commonly used to help determine a home’s listing price. The CMA should not be the only factor in determining listing price; rather, it is a guide for the agent and owner to evaluate the active and sold competition, and to serve as a tool in the price-setting process. A CMA can also be used—depending on variations in state laws—for a variety of other purposes, including loan modifications, short sales and foreclosure/REO purchases, value trend analysis, mediation and negotiation. It should not serve as the sole method of valuing collateral in a real estate transaction where a mortgage is being originated.

Broker Price Opinion (BPO): A BPO is prepared by a licensed real estate professional and is an estimate of the probable future selling price of a property. Like CMAs, BPOs may be used—depending on variations in state laws—for a variety of purposes, including loan modifications, short sales and foreclosure/REO purchases, value trend analysis, mediation and negotiation. They normally should not be used as the sole way to value collateral in a real estate transaction where a mortgage is being originated, even though in some states both BPOs and CMAs are technically permitted for purchase money transactions when the transaction is less than $250,000 (though allowed, CMAs are rarely used for this purpose).

Automated Valuation Model (AVM): An AVM is a service or software that provides property valuations, often based on mathematical modeling. AVMs are most commonly developed or used by lenders, servicer appraisal staff, and investors. While AVMs are most often used by lenders or secondary markets to confirm valuations provided in appraisal reports, they should not be used as the sole method to value collateral in a real estate transaction where a mortgage is being originated. They may, however, be used as the sole valuation option for other types of transactions, such as refinances.

Appraisal: An appraisal is prepared by a licensed or certified appraiser and is an opinion of a property’s value. Appraisals are most often used to value collateral in a real estate transaction and are required for most federally-regulated transactions above $250,000. Exceptions include transactions where no new money is involved. In practice, appraisals are used for the vast majority of purchase money transactions involving a loan. For the most part, lenders or servicers determine the use of appraisal or another acceptable methodology for transactions that are not purchase money.

Source: www.nar.realtor/appraisal/valuation-services-matrix

For more education about valuation and pricing, check out this month’s featured online certification course at the Center for REALTOR® Development, Pricing Strategies: Mastering the CMA, which is the educational requirement for NAR’s Pricing Strategy Advisor (PSA) certification, and is on sale this entire month of January at 25% off its regular price. This certification aims to help real estate professionals enhance skills in pricing properties, creating CMAs, working with appraisers, and guiding their clients through the anxieties and misperceptions related to real estate valuation.

For more information, please visit RISMedia’s online learning portal from NAR’s Center for REALTOR® Development (CRD) and the Learning Library. Here, real estate professionals can sign up for online professional development courses, industry designations, certifications, CE credits, Code of Ethics programs and more. NAR’s CRD also offers monthly specials and important education updates. New users will need to register for an account.

For the latest real estate news and trends, bookmark RISMedia.com.

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$221,000 :: 45800 MEADOWS CIR W #121, MACOMB Township MI, 48044

Property Photo

3 beds, 3 baths
Home size: 1,794 sq ft
Lot Size: 0 sq ft
Added: 01/02/18, Last Updated: 01/02/18
Property Type: Condo/Townhouse/Co-Op
MLS Number: 58031337514
Community: Macomb Twp
Tract: THE MEADOWS AT LAKESIDE
Status: Active

CONDO HAS 3 BEDROOM, 3 FULL BATHS, 2 CAR ATTACHED GARAGE, WITH OVER 1794 SQ FT OF LIVING SPACE. CATHEDRAL CEILING GREAT ROOM WITH SKYLIGHTS AND 2 IN MASTER BEDROOMS, 1 ON MAIN FLOOR, 2ND IN LOFT STYLE AREA WITH FULL BATH. FINISHED BASEMENT WITH BATH, BAR AREA, LOCATED CLOSE TO ALL LOCAL SHOPPING AND FREEWAYS. FIRST FLOOR LAUNDRY STACK-ABLE THE THE KITCHEN.

Listed with Kingdom Key Real Estate LLC


Brought to you by Janet Hull and Thomas Bush, Real Estate One, Inc.. Call me today at 1-855-Janet-Tom, or visit my website at www.JanetandThomas.com!


      

$221,000 :: 45800 Meadows Cir W, Macomb MI, 48044

Property Photo

3 beds, 3 baths
Home size: 1,794 sq ft
Lot Size: 0 sq ft
Added: 01/02/18, Last Updated: 01/02/18
Property Type: Condo/Townhouse/Co-Op
MLS Number: 31337514
Community: Macomb Twp (50008)
Tract: The Meadows At Lakeside
Status: Active

CONDO HAS 3 BEDROOM, 3 FULL BATHS, 2 CAR ATTACHED GARAGE, WITH OVER 1794 SQ FT OF LIVING SPACE. CATHEDRAL CEILING GREAT ROOM WITH SKYLIGHTS AND 2 IN MASTER BEDROOMS, 1 ON MAIN FLOOR, 2ND IN LOFT STYLE AREA WITH FULL BATH. FINISHED BASEMENT WITH BATH, BAR AREA, LOCATED CLOSE TO ALL LOCAL SHOPPING AND FREEWAYS. FIRST FLOOR LAUNDRY STACK-ABLE THE THE KITCHEN.

Listed with Kingdom Key Real Estate LLC


Brought to you by Janet Hull and Thomas Bush, Real Estate One, Inc.. Call me today at 1-855-Janet-Tom, or visit my website at www.JanetandThomas.com!


      

$221,000 :: 45800 Meadows Cir W, Macomb MI, 48044

Property Photo

3 beds, 3 baths
Home size: 1,794 sq ft
Lot Size: 0 sq ft
Added: 01/02/18, Last Updated: 01/02/18
Property Type: Condo/Townhouse/Co-Op
MLS Number: 31337514
Community: Macomb Twp (50008)
Tract: The Meadows At Lakeside
Status: Active

CONDO HAS 3 BEDROOM, 3 FULL BATHS, 2 CAR ATTACHED GARAGE, WITH OVER 1794 SQ FT OF LIVING SPACE. CATHEDRAL CEILING GREAT ROOM WITH SKYLIGHTS AND 2 IN MASTER BEDROOMS, 1 ON MAIN FLOOR, 2ND IN LOFT STYLE AREA WITH FULL BATH. FINISHED BASEMENT WITH BATH, BAR AREA, LOCATED CLOSE TO ALL LOCAL SHOPPING AND FREEWAYS. FIRST FLOOR LAUNDRY STACK-ABLE THE THE KITCHEN.

Listed with Kingdom Key Real Estate LLC


Brought to you by Janet Hull and Thomas Bush, Real Estate One, Inc.. Call me today at 1-855-Janet-Tom, or visit my website at www.JanetandThomas.com!


      

$221,000 :: 45800 MEADOWS CIR W #121, MACOMB Township MI, 48044

Property Photo

3 beds, 3 baths
Home size: 1,794 sq ft
Lot Size: 0 sq ft
Added: 01/02/18, Last Updated: 01/02/18
Property Type: Condo/Townhouse/Co-Op
MLS Number: 58031337514
Community: Macomb Twp
Tract: THE MEADOWS AT LAKESIDE
Status: Active

CONDO HAS 3 BEDROOM, 3 FULL BATHS, 2 CAR ATTACHED GARAGE, WITH OVER 1794 SQ FT OF LIVING SPACE. CATHEDRAL CEILING GREAT ROOM WITH SKYLIGHTS AND 2 IN MASTER BEDROOMS, 1 ON MAIN FLOOR, 2ND IN LOFT STYLE AREA WITH FULL BATH. FINISHED BASEMENT WITH BATH, BAR AREA, LOCATED CLOSE TO ALL LOCAL SHOPPING AND FREEWAYS. FIRST FLOOR LAUNDRY STACK-ABLE THE THE KITCHEN.

Listed with Kingdom Key Real Estate LLC


Brought to you by Janet Hull and Thomas Bush, Real Estate One, Inc.. Call me today at 1-855-Janet-Tom, or visit my website at www.JanetandThomas.com!


      

$221,000 :: 45800 Meadows Cir W, Macomb MI, 48044

Property Photo

3 beds, 3 baths
Home size: 1,794 sq ft
Lot Size: 0 sq ft
Added: 01/02/18, Last Updated: 01/02/18
Property Type: Condo/Townhouse/Co-Op
MLS Number: 31337514
Community: Macomb Twp (50008)
Tract: The Meadows At Lakeside
Status: Active

CONDO HAS 3 BEDROOM, 3 FULL BATHS, 2 CAR ATTACHED GARAGE, WITH OVER 1794 SQ FT OF LIVING SPACE. CATHEDRAL CEILING GREAT ROOM WITH SKYLIGHTS AND 2 IN MASTER BEDROOMS, 1 ON MAIN FLOOR, 2ND IN LOFT STYLE AREA WITH FULL BATH. FINISHED BASEMENT WITH BATH, BAR AREA, LOCATED CLOSE TO ALL LOCAL SHOPPING AND FREEWAYS. FIRST FLOOR LAUNDRY STACK-ABLE THE THE KITCHEN.

Listed with Kingdom Key Real Estate LLC


Brought to you by Janet Hull and Thomas Bush, Real Estate One, Inc.. Call me today at 1-855-Janet-Tom, or visit my website at www.JanetandThomas.com!


      

$221,000 :: 45800 Meadows Cir W, Macomb MI, 48044

Property Photo

3 beds, 3 baths
Home size: 1,794 sq ft
Lot Size: 0 sq ft
Added: 01/02/18, Last Updated: 01/02/18
Property Type: Condo/Townhouse/Co-Op
MLS Number: 31337514
Community: Macomb Twp (50008)
Tract: The Meadows At Lakeside
Status: Active

CONDO HAS 3 BEDROOM, 3 FULL BATHS, 2 CAR ATTACHED GARAGE, WITH OVER 1794 SQ FT OF LIVING SPACE. CATHEDRAL CEILING GREAT ROOM WITH SKYLIGHTS AND 2 IN MASTER BEDROOMS, 1 ON MAIN FLOOR, 2ND IN LOFT STYLE AREA WITH FULL BATH. FINISHED BASEMENT WITH BATH, BAR AREA, LOCATED CLOSE TO ALL LOCAL SHOPPING AND FREEWAYS. FIRST FLOOR LAUNDRY STACK-ABLE THE THE KITCHEN.

Listed with Kingdom Key Real Estate LLC


Brought to you by Janet Hull and Thomas Bush, Real Estate One, Inc.. Call me today at 1-855-Janet-Tom, or visit my website at www.JanetandThomas.com!


      

$221,000 :: 45800 Meadows Cir W, Macomb MI, 48044

Property Photo

3 beds, 3 baths
Home size: 1,794 sq ft
Lot Size: 0 sq ft
Added: 01/02/18, Last Updated: 01/02/18
Property Type: Condo/Townhouse/Co-Op
MLS Number: 31337514
Community: Macomb Twp (50008)
Tract: The Meadows At Lakeside
Status: Active

CONDO HAS 3 BEDROOM, 3 FULL BATHS, 2 CAR ATTACHED GARAGE, WITH OVER 1794 SQ FT OF LIVING SPACE. CATHEDRAL CEILING GREAT ROOM WITH SKYLIGHTS AND 2 IN MASTER BEDROOMS, 1 ON MAIN FLOOR, 2ND IN LOFT STYLE AREA WITH FULL BATH. FINISHED BASEMENT WITH BATH, BAR AREA, LOCATED CLOSE TO ALL LOCAL SHOPPING AND FREEWAYS. FIRST FLOOR LAUNDRY STACK-ABLE THE THE KITCHEN.

Listed with Kingdom Key Real Estate LLC


Brought to you by Janet Hull and Thomas Bush, Real Estate One, Inc.. Call me today at 1-855-Janet-Tom, or visit my website at www.JanetandThomas.com!


      

$221,000 :: 45800 Meadows Cir W, Macomb MI, 48044

Property Photo

3 beds, 3 baths
Home size: 1,794 sq ft
Lot Size: 0 sq ft
Added: 01/02/18, Last Updated: 01/02/18
Property Type: Condo/Townhouse/Co-Op
MLS Number: 31337514
Community: Macomb Twp (50008)
Tract: The Meadows At Lakeside
Status: Active

CONDO HAS 3 BEDROOM, 3 FULL BATHS, 2 CAR ATTACHED GARAGE, WITH OVER 1794 SQ FT OF LIVING SPACE. CATHEDRAL CEILING GREAT ROOM WITH SKYLIGHTS AND 2 IN MASTER BEDROOMS, 1 ON MAIN FLOOR, 2ND IN LOFT STYLE AREA WITH FULL BATH. FINISHED BASEMENT WITH BATH, BAR AREA, LOCATED CLOSE TO ALL LOCAL SHOPPING AND FREEWAYS. FIRST FLOOR LAUNDRY STACK-ABLE THE THE KITCHEN.

Listed with Kingdom Key Real Estate LLC


Brought to you by Janet Hull and Thomas Bush, Real Estate One, Inc.. Call me today at 1-855-Janet-Tom, or visit my website at www.JanetandThomas.com!


      

$160,000 :: 21745 BROOKSIDE NORTH, Update MI, 48044

3 beds, 2 baths
Home size: 2,100 sq ft
Lot Size: 0 sq ft
Added: 01/01/18, Last Updated: 01/01/18
Property Type: Condo/Townhouse/Co-Op
MLS Number: 614657
Community: Macomb Twp (50008)
Tract: BROOKSIDE MANOR
Status: Sold

Listed with Coldwell Banker Weir Manuel-Macomb


Brought to you by Janet Hull and Thomas Bush, Real Estate One, Inc.. Call me today at 1-855-Janet-Tom, or visit my website at www.JanetandThomas.com!


      

2018 Outdoor Living Trends: Jaw-Dropping Transformations

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By Audra Slinkey, Home Staging Resource

Outdoor patio spaces have sure changed in the last few years with the onset of new outdoor materials, furnishings, fixtures, Cantina doors, and the home owner’s desire for more outdoor living and entertaining space. In fact, according to the 2017 National Association of REALTORS’ Profile of Home Staging report, the desire to see outdoor spaces staged when selling a home was at 63 percent. It was not even mentioned in the previous survey.

This outdoor space total transformation is a great example of the kinds of living trends you can expect to see for 2018 and beyond.

Trend #1 – Capitalizing on Available and Unusable Yard Space by Creating Multi-Functional Entertaining Areas

This side yard off the kitchen and dining area was an unusable space used only for barbecuing and the occasional outdoor eating. The patio was too small. Today’s yards are multi-functional and serve to entertain, lounge, and maximize lot square footage.

BEFORE / Photo credit: www.homestagingresource.com

AFTER / www.homestagingresource.com

The side yard appears to be much bigger than before and now serves as an extension of the kitchen and living room area. The wasted and unused yard is now a highlight of the home adding nearly 1,000 square feet of living space.

Trend #2 – Bring the Outside In with La Cantina/Folding Doors

BEFORE / www.homestagingresource.com

BEFORE / www.homestagingresource.com

AFTER / www.homestagingresource.com

AFTER / www.homestagingresource.com

Removing the kitchen wall and adding La Cantina folding doors allows for seamless movement between the inside and out. Almost every new home being built in San Diego County has one of these doors inside, so expect to see a lot more of these in the coming years.

Trend #3– Home Bars and Wine Rooms for Entertaining

The casual setting of a home bar is on the rise with a large selection of finishing materials and resources available online to home owners. More people are entertaining larger crowds in a “help yourself” type of atmosphere. The Houzz category of “Home Bar” is one of the fastest growing and searched type of photos. So it’s no wonder people are adding them to their outdoor space.

BEFORE / www.homestagingresource.com

BEFORE / www.homestagingresource.com

AFTER / www.homestagingresource.com

AFTER / www.homestagingresource.com

Trend #4 – Textured Walls/Tongue and Groove Siding

Part of making an outside addition appear to be seamless to the inside is to not have the walls look like the outside of a house. An easy way to create the “indoor look” is to banish stucco entirely and use tongue and groove, as well as wood cabinets (treated and painted) to add character.

Photo credit: www.homestagingresource.com

Photo credit: www.homestagingresource.com

Trend #5 – Seamless Outdoor Heating that Works and is Energy Efficient

It wasn’t that long ago home owners were relegated to the indoors for most of the year due to cold and hot weather issues. Sophisticated and low energy heating units embedded into the ceiling make this a year round space for watching TV and entertaining!

Photo credit: www.homestagingresource.com

Photo credit: www.homestagingresource.com

Trend #6 – Matching Flooring as an “Extension” of the Indoor Space

Keeping in line with the home owner’s desire for a seamless movement between inside and outside, flooring options have widened allowing owner’s to use tile that looks like wood but is hardy and easy to wash in their outside space.

BEFORE / www.homestagingresource.com

BEFORE / www.homestagingresource.com

AFTER / www.homestagingresource.com

AFTER / www.homestagingresource.com

From a resale standpoint, these outdoor spaces cost much less than additions and add buyer lifestyle value. Light fixtures, finishes, and furnishings that can withstand the outdoor elements are easier to source than ever before, so it can be fun for the designer/stager to get creative with their clients.

Slinkey ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Audra Slinkey is president of the Home Staging Resource, a RESA Accredited home staging training and certification company. Slinkey has personally trained over 3,000 stagers worldwide and is a bestselling author and international speaker. She also serves as president of the American Society of Home Stagers and Redesigners. Connect with her on Facebook!

      

$160,000 :: 21745 BROOKSIDE NORTH, Update MI, 48044

3 beds, 2 baths
Home size: 2,100 sq ft
Lot Size: 0 sq ft
Added: 01/01/18, Last Updated: 01/01/18
Property Type: Condo/Townhouse/Co-Op
MLS Number: 614657
Community: Macomb Twp (50008)
Tract: BROOKSIDE MANOR
Status: Sold

Listed with Coldwell Banker Weir Manuel-Macomb


Brought to you by Janet Hull and Thomas Bush, Real Estate One, Inc.. Call me today at 1-855-Janet-Tom, or visit my website at www.JanetandThomas.com!


      

$160,000 :: 21745 BROOKSIDE NORTH, Update MI, 48044

3 beds, 2 baths
Home size: 2,100 sq ft
Lot Size: 0 sq ft
Added: 01/01/18, Last Updated: 01/01/18
Property Type: Condo/Townhouse/Co-Op
MLS Number: 614657
Community: Macomb Twp (50008)
Tract: BROOKSIDE MANOR
Status: Sold

Listed with Coldwell Banker Weir Manuel-Macomb


Brought to you by Janet Hull and Thomas Bush, Real Estate One, Inc.. Call me today at 1-855-Janet-Tom, or visit my website at www.JanetandThomas.com!


      

$160,000 :: 21745 BROOKSIDE NORTH, Update MI, 48044

3 beds, 2 baths
Home size: 2,100 sq ft
Lot Size: 0 sq ft
Added: 01/01/18, Last Updated: 01/01/18
Property Type: Condo/Townhouse/Co-Op
MLS Number: 614657
Community: Macomb Twp (50008)
Tract: BROOKSIDE MANOR
Status: Sold

Listed with Coldwell Banker Weir Manuel-Macomb


Brought to you by Janet Hull and Thomas Bush, Real Estate One, Inc.. Call me today at 1-855-Janet-Tom, or visit my website at www.JanetandThomas.com!


      

$160,000 :: 21745 BROOKSIDE NORTH, Update MI, 48044

3 beds, 2 baths
Home size: 2,100 sq ft
Lot Size: 0 sq ft
Added: 01/01/18, Last Updated: 01/01/18
Property Type: Condo/Townhouse/Co-Op
MLS Number: 614657
Community: Macomb Twp (50008)
Tract: BROOKSIDE MANOR
Status: Sold

Listed with Coldwell Banker Weir Manuel-Macomb


Brought to you by Janet Hull and Thomas Bush, Real Estate One, Inc.. Call me today at 1-855-Janet-Tom, or visit my website at www.JanetandThomas.com!


      

$145,100 :: 16072 DURELL, Update MI, 48044

3 beds, 2 baths
Home size: 1,500 sq ft
Lot Size: 0 sq ft
Added: 01/01/18, Last Updated: 01/01/18
Property Type: Single Family
MLS Number: 526226
Community: Macomb Twp (50008)
Tract: HAVERHILL
Status: Sold

VALUE+!!PROFESSIONALY FIN BASE W/LOTS OFCABINETS AND DRY BAR.2ND LAUNDRY RM IN BASEMENTBUT 1ST FL HAS ONE READY TO GO(CURRENTLY USEDAS A MUD RM.2 DOORWALLS IN HUGE GRRM +FIREPLACE*DECK*EXTRA CEMENT FOR RV’S*NICE HOME**

Listed with RE/MAX Suburban, Inc.


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2018 Outdoor Living Trends: Jaw-Dropping Transformations

Slinkey_1

By Audra Slinkey, Home Staging Resource

Outdoor patio spaces have sure changed in the last few years with the onset of new outdoor materials, furnishings, fixtures, Cantina doors, and the home owner’s desire for more outdoor living and entertaining space. In fact, according to the 2017 National Association of REALTORS’ Profile of Home Staging report, the desire to see outdoor spaces staged when selling a home was at 63 percent. It was not even mentioned in the previous survey.

This outdoor space total transformation is a great example of the kinds of living trends you can expect to see for 2018 and beyond.

Trend #1 – Capitalizing on Available and Unusable Yard Space by Creating Multi-Functional Entertaining Areas

This side yard off the kitchen and dining area was an unusable space used only for barbecuing and the occasional outdoor eating. The patio was too small. Today’s yards are multi-functional and serve to entertain, lounge, and maximize lot square footage.

BEFORE / Photo credit: www.homestagingresource.com

AFTER / www.homestagingresource.com

The side yard appears to be much bigger than before and now serves as an extension of the kitchen and living room area. The wasted and unused yard is now a highlight of the home adding nearly 1,000 square feet of living space.

Trend #2 – Bring the Outside In with La Cantina/Folding Doors

BEFORE / www.homestagingresource.com

BEFORE / www.homestagingresource.com

AFTER / www.homestagingresource.com

AFTER / www.homestagingresource.com

Removing the kitchen wall and adding La Cantina folding doors allows for seamless movement between the inside and out. Almost every new home being built in San Diego County has one of these doors inside, so expect to see a lot more of these in the coming years.

Trend #3– Home Bars and Wine Rooms for Entertaining

The casual setting of a home bar is on the rise with a large selection of finishing materials and resources available online to home owners. More people are entertaining larger crowds in a “help yourself” type of atmosphere. The Houzz category of “Home Bar” is one of the fastest growing and searched type of photos. So it’s no wonder people are adding them to their outdoor space.

BEFORE / www.homestagingresource.com

BEFORE / www.homestagingresource.com

AFTER / www.homestagingresource.com

AFTER / www.homestagingresource.com

Trend #4 – Textured Walls/Tongue and Groove Siding

Part of making an outside addition appear to be seamless to the inside is to not have the walls look like the outside of a house. An easy way to create the “indoor look” is to banish stucco entirely and use tongue and groove, as well as wood cabinets (treated and painted) to add character.

Photo credit: www.homestagingresource.com

Photo credit: www.homestagingresource.com

Trend #5 – Seamless Outdoor Heating that Works and is Energy Efficient

It wasn’t that long ago home owners were relegated to the indoors for most of the year due to cold and hot weather issues. Sophisticated and low energy heating units embedded into the ceiling make this a year round space for watching TV and entertaining!

Photo credit: www.homestagingresource.com

Photo credit: www.homestagingresource.com

Trend #6 – Matching Flooring as an “Extension” of the Indoor Space

Keeping in line with the home owner’s desire for a seamless movement between inside and outside, flooring options have widened allowing owner’s to use tile that looks like wood but is hardy and easy to wash in their outside space.

BEFORE / www.homestagingresource.com

BEFORE / www.homestagingresource.com

AFTER / www.homestagingresource.com

AFTER / www.homestagingresource.com

From a resale standpoint, these outdoor spaces cost much less than additions and add buyer lifestyle value. Light fixtures, finishes, and furnishings that can withstand the outdoor elements are easier to source than ever before, so it can be fun for the designer/stager to get creative with their clients.

Slinkey ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Audra Slinkey is president of the Home Staging Resource, a RESA Accredited home staging training and certification company. Slinkey has personally trained over 3,000 stagers worldwide and is a bestselling author and international speaker. She also serves as president of the American Society of Home Stagers and Redesigners. Connect with her on Facebook!

      

$145,100 :: 16072 DURELL, Update MI, 48044

3 beds, 2 baths
Home size: 1,500 sq ft
Lot Size: 0 sq ft
Added: 01/01/18, Last Updated: 01/01/18
Property Type: Single Family
MLS Number: 526226
Community: Macomb Twp (50008)
Tract: HAVERHILL
Status: Sold

VALUE+!!PROFESSIONALY FIN BASE W/LOTS OFCABINETS AND DRY BAR.2ND LAUNDRY RM IN BASEMENTBUT 1ST FL HAS ONE READY TO GO(CURRENTLY USEDAS A MUD RM.2 DOORWALLS IN HUGE GRRM +FIREPLACE*DECK*EXTRA CEMENT FOR RV’S*NICE HOME**

Listed with RE/MAX Suburban, Inc.


Brought to you by Janet Hull and Thomas Bush, Real Estate One, Inc.. Call me today at 1-855-Janet-Tom, or visit my website at www.JanetandThomas.com!


      

$145,100 :: 16072 DURELL, Update MI, 48044

3 beds, 2 baths
Home size: 1,500 sq ft
Lot Size: 0 sq ft
Added: 01/01/18, Last Updated: 01/01/18
Property Type: Single Family
MLS Number: 526226
Community: Macomb Twp (50008)
Tract: HAVERHILL
Status: Sold

VALUE+!!PROFESSIONALY FIN BASE W/LOTS OFCABINETS AND DRY BAR.2ND LAUNDRY RM IN BASEMENTBUT 1ST FL HAS ONE READY TO GO(CURRENTLY USEDAS A MUD RM.2 DOORWALLS IN HUGE GRRM +FIREPLACE*DECK*EXTRA CEMENT FOR RV’S*NICE HOME**

Listed with RE/MAX Suburban, Inc.


Brought to you by Janet Hull and Thomas Bush, Real Estate One, Inc.. Call me today at 1-855-Janet-Tom, or visit my website at www.JanetandThomas.com!


      

$145,100 :: 16072 DURELL, Update MI, 48044

3 beds, 2 baths
Home size: 1,500 sq ft
Lot Size: 0 sq ft
Added: 01/01/18, Last Updated: 01/01/18
Property Type: Single Family
MLS Number: 526226
Community: Macomb Twp (50008)
Tract: HAVERHILL
Status: Sold

VALUE+!!PROFESSIONALY FIN BASE W/LOTS OFCABINETS AND DRY BAR.2ND LAUNDRY RM IN BASEMENTBUT 1ST FL HAS ONE READY TO GO(CURRENTLY USEDAS A MUD RM.2 DOORWALLS IN HUGE GRRM +FIREPLACE*DECK*EXTRA CEMENT FOR RV’S*NICE HOME**

Listed with RE/MAX Suburban, Inc.


Brought to you by Janet Hull and Thomas Bush, Real Estate One, Inc.. Call me today at 1-855-Janet-Tom, or visit my website at www.JanetandThomas.com!


      

2018 Outdoor Living Trends: Jaw-Dropping Transformations

Slinkey_1

By Audra Slinkey, Home Staging Resource

Outdoor patio spaces have sure changed in the last few years with the onset of new outdoor materials, furnishings, fixtures, Cantina doors, and the home owner’s desire for more outdoor living and entertaining space. In fact, according to the 2017 National Association of REALTORS’ Profile of Home Staging report, the desire to see outdoor spaces staged when selling a home was at 63 percent. It was not even mentioned in the previous survey.

This outdoor space total transformation is a great example of the kinds of living trends you can expect to see for 2018 and beyond.

Trend #1 – Capitalizing on Available and Unusable Yard Space by Creating Multi-Functional Entertaining Areas

This side yard off the kitchen and dining area was an unusable space used only for barbecuing and the occasional outdoor eating. The patio was too small. Today’s yards are multi-functional and serve to entertain, lounge, and maximize lot square footage.

BEFORE / Photo credit: www.homestagingresource.com

AFTER / www.homestagingresource.com

The side yard appears to be much bigger than before and now serves as an extension of the kitchen and living room area. The wasted and unused yard is now a highlight of the home adding nearly 1,000 square feet of living space.

Trend #2 – Bring the Outside In with La Cantina/Folding Doors

BEFORE / www.homestagingresource.com

BEFORE / www.homestagingresource.com

AFTER / www.homestagingresource.com

AFTER / www.homestagingresource.com

Removing the kitchen wall and adding La Cantina folding doors allows for seamless movement between the inside and out. Almost every new home being built in San Diego County has one of these doors inside, so expect to see a lot more of these in the coming years.

Trend #3– Home Bars and Wine Rooms for Entertaining

The casual setting of a home bar is on the rise with a large selection of finishing materials and resources available online to home owners. More people are entertaining larger crowds in a “help yourself” type of atmosphere. The Houzz category of “Home Bar” is one of the fastest growing and searched type of photos. So it’s no wonder people are adding them to their outdoor space.

BEFORE / www.homestagingresource.com

BEFORE / www.homestagingresource.com

AFTER / www.homestagingresource.com

AFTER / www.homestagingresource.com

Trend #4 – Textured Walls/Tongue and Groove Siding

Part of making an outside addition appear to be seamless to the inside is to not have the walls look like the outside of a house. An easy way to create the “indoor look” is to banish stucco entirely and use tongue and groove, as well as wood cabinets (treated and painted) to add character.

Photo credit: www.homestagingresource.com

Photo credit: www.homestagingresource.com

Trend #5 – Seamless Outdoor Heating that Works and is Energy Efficient

It wasn’t that long ago home owners were relegated to the indoors for most of the year due to cold and hot weather issues. Sophisticated and low energy heating units embedded into the ceiling make this a year round space for watching TV and entertaining!

Photo credit: www.homestagingresource.com

Photo credit: www.homestagingresource.com

Trend #6 – Matching Flooring as an “Extension” of the Indoor Space

Keeping in line with the home owner’s desire for a seamless movement between inside and outside, flooring options have widened allowing owner’s to use tile that looks like wood but is hardy and easy to wash in their outside space.

BEFORE / www.homestagingresource.com

BEFORE / www.homestagingresource.com

AFTER / www.homestagingresource.com

AFTER / www.homestagingresource.com

From a resale standpoint, these outdoor spaces cost much less than additions and add buyer lifestyle value. Light fixtures, finishes, and furnishings that can withstand the outdoor elements are easier to source than ever before, so it can be fun for the designer/stager to get creative with their clients.

Slinkey ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Audra Slinkey is president of the Home Staging Resource, a RESA Accredited home staging training and certification company. Slinkey has personally trained over 3,000 stagers worldwide and is a bestselling author and international speaker. She also serves as president of the American Society of Home Stagers and Redesigners. Connect with her on Facebook!

      

2018 Outdoor Living Trends: Jaw-Dropping Transformations

Slinkey_1

By Audra Slinkey, Home Staging Resource

Outdoor patio spaces have sure changed in the last few years with the onset of new outdoor materials, furnishings, fixtures, Cantina doors, and the home owner’s desire for more outdoor living and entertaining space. In fact, according to the 2017 National Association of REALTORS’ Profile of Home Staging report, the desire to see outdoor spaces staged when selling a home was at 63 percent. It was not even mentioned in the previous survey.

This outdoor space total transformation is a great example of the kinds of living trends you can expect to see for 2018 and beyond.

Trend #1 – Capitalizing on Available and Unusable Yard Space by Creating Multi-Functional Entertaining Areas

This side yard off the kitchen and dining area was an unusable space used only for barbecuing and the occasional outdoor eating. The patio was too small. Today’s yards are multi-functional and serve to entertain, lounge, and maximize lot square footage.

BEFORE / Photo credit: www.homestagingresource.com

AFTER / www.homestagingresource.com

The side yard appears to be much bigger than before and now serves as an extension of the kitchen and living room area. The wasted and unused yard is now a highlight of the home adding nearly 1,000 square feet of living space.

Trend #2 – Bring the Outside In with La Cantina/Folding Doors

BEFORE / www.homestagingresource.com

BEFORE / www.homestagingresource.com

AFTER / www.homestagingresource.com

AFTER / www.homestagingresource.com

Removing the kitchen wall and adding La Cantina folding doors allows for seamless movement between the inside and out. Almost every new home being built in San Diego County has one of these doors inside, so expect to see a lot more of these in the coming years.

Trend #3– Home Bars and Wine Rooms for Entertaining

The casual setting of a home bar is on the rise with a large selection of finishing materials and resources available online to home owners. More people are entertaining larger crowds in a “help yourself” type of atmosphere. The Houzz category of “Home Bar” is one of the fastest growing and searched type of photos. So it’s no wonder people are adding them to their outdoor space.

BEFORE / www.homestagingresource.com

BEFORE / www.homestagingresource.com

AFTER / www.homestagingresource.com

AFTER / www.homestagingresource.com

Trend #4 – Textured Walls/Tongue and Groove Siding

Part of making an outside addition appear to be seamless to the inside is to not have the walls look like the outside of a house. An easy way to create the “indoor look” is to banish stucco entirely and use tongue and groove, as well as wood cabinets (treated and painted) to add character.

Photo credit: www.homestagingresource.com

Photo credit: www.homestagingresource.com

Trend #5 – Seamless Outdoor Heating that Works and is Energy Efficient

It wasn’t that long ago home owners were relegated to the indoors for most of the year due to cold and hot weather issues. Sophisticated and low energy heating units embedded into the ceiling make this a year round space for watching TV and entertaining!

Photo credit: www.homestagingresource.com

Photo credit: www.homestagingresource.com

Trend #6 – Matching Flooring as an “Extension” of the Indoor Space

Keeping in line with the home owner’s desire for a seamless movement between inside and outside, flooring options have widened allowing owner’s to use tile that looks like wood but is hardy and easy to wash in their outside space.

BEFORE / www.homestagingresource.com

BEFORE / www.homestagingresource.com

AFTER / www.homestagingresource.com

AFTER / www.homestagingresource.com

From a resale standpoint, these outdoor spaces cost much less than additions and add buyer lifestyle value. Light fixtures, finishes, and furnishings that can withstand the outdoor elements are easier to source than ever before, so it can be fun for the designer/stager to get creative with their clients.

Slinkey ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Audra Slinkey is president of the Home Staging Resource, a RESA Accredited home staging training and certification company. Slinkey has personally trained over 3,000 stagers worldwide and is a bestselling author and international speaker. She also serves as president of the American Society of Home Stagers and Redesigners. Connect with her on Facebook!

      

2018 Outdoor Living Trends: Jaw-Dropping Transformations

Slinkey_1

By Audra Slinkey, Home Staging Resource

Outdoor patio spaces have sure changed in the last few years with the onset of new outdoor materials, furnishings, fixtures, Cantina doors, and the home owner’s desire for more outdoor living and entertaining space. In fact, according to the 2017 National Association of REALTORS’ Profile of Home Staging report, the desire to see outdoor spaces staged when selling a home was at 63 percent. It was not even mentioned in the previous survey.

This outdoor space total transformation is a great example of the kinds of living trends you can expect to see for 2018 and beyond.

Trend #1 – Capitalizing on Available and Unusable Yard Space by Creating Multi-Functional Entertaining Areas

This side yard off the kitchen and dining area was an unusable space used only for barbecuing and the occasional outdoor eating. The patio was too small. Today’s yards are multi-functional and serve to entertain, lounge, and maximize lot square footage.

BEFORE / Photo credit: www.homestagingresource.com

AFTER / www.homestagingresource.com

The side yard appears to be much bigger than before and now serves as an extension of the kitchen and living room area. The wasted and unused yard is now a highlight of the home adding nearly 1,000 square feet of living space.

Trend #2 – Bring the Outside In with La Cantina/Folding Doors

BEFORE / www.homestagingresource.com

BEFORE / www.homestagingresource.com

AFTER / www.homestagingresource.com

AFTER / www.homestagingresource.com

Removing the kitchen wall and adding La Cantina folding doors allows for seamless movement between the inside and out. Almost every new home being built in San Diego County has one of these doors inside, so expect to see a lot more of these in the coming years.

Trend #3– Home Bars and Wine Rooms for Entertaining

The casual setting of a home bar is on the rise with a large selection of finishing materials and resources available online to home owners. More people are entertaining larger crowds in a “help yourself” type of atmosphere. The Houzz category of “Home Bar” is one of the fastest growing and searched type of photos. So it’s no wonder people are adding them to their outdoor space.

BEFORE / www.homestagingresource.com

BEFORE / www.homestagingresource.com

AFTER / www.homestagingresource.com

AFTER / www.homestagingresource.com

Trend #4 – Textured Walls/Tongue and Groove Siding

Part of making an outside addition appear to be seamless to the inside is to not have the walls look like the outside of a house. An easy way to create the “indoor look” is to banish stucco entirely and use tongue and groove, as well as wood cabinets (treated and painted) to add character.

Photo credit: www.homestagingresource.com

Photo credit: www.homestagingresource.com

Trend #5 – Seamless Outdoor Heating that Works and is Energy Efficient

It wasn’t that long ago home owners were relegated to the indoors for most of the year due to cold and hot weather issues. Sophisticated and low energy heating units embedded into the ceiling make this a year round space for watching TV and entertaining!

Photo credit: www.homestagingresource.com

Photo credit: www.homestagingresource.com

Trend #6 – Matching Flooring as an “Extension” of the Indoor Space

Keeping in line with the home owner’s desire for a seamless movement between inside and outside, flooring options have widened allowing owner’s to use tile that looks like wood but is hardy and easy to wash in their outside space.

BEFORE / www.homestagingresource.com

BEFORE / www.homestagingresource.com

AFTER / www.homestagingresource.com

AFTER / www.homestagingresource.com

From a resale standpoint, these outdoor spaces cost much less than additions and add buyer lifestyle value. Light fixtures, finishes, and furnishings that can withstand the outdoor elements are easier to source than ever before, so it can be fun for the designer/stager to get creative with their clients.

Slinkey ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Audra Slinkey is president of the Home Staging Resource, a RESA Accredited home staging training and certification company. Slinkey has personally trained over 3,000 stagers worldwide and is a bestselling author and international speaker. She also serves as president of the American Society of Home Stagers and Redesigners. Connect with her on Facebook!

      

$274,900 :: 15741 Williamsburg, Macomb MI, 48044

Property Photo

4 beds, 3 baths
Home size: 2,430 sq ft
Lot Size: 7,405 sq ft
Added: 08/25/17, Last Updated: 12/31/17
Property Type: Single Family
MLS Number: 31329304
Community: Macomb Twp (50008)
Tract: Jefferson Meadows # 01
Status: Active

Featuring 4 large bedroom each with walk in closets!!! Master suite with bay window and private bath, fain bath is very spacious, Beautiful inground pool with heater, slide, solar cover and large deck 18 x 34 are perfect for entertaining. Kitchen with pantry, breakfast nook with door wall that leads to the large deck, family room with fireplace, first floor laundry, 2 car oversized garage plus much more.

Listed with Hoyt Real Estate Inc


Brought to you by Janet Hull and Thomas Bush, Real Estate One, Inc.. Call me today at 1-855-Janet-Tom, or visit my website at www.JanetandThomas.com!


      

$274,900 :: 15741 Williamsburg, Macomb MI, 48044

Property Photo

4 beds, 3 baths
Home size: 2,430 sq ft
Lot Size: 7,405 sq ft
Added: 08/25/17, Last Updated: 12/31/17
Property Type: Single Family
MLS Number: 31329304
Community: Macomb Twp (50008)
Tract: Jefferson Meadows # 01
Status: Active

Featuring 4 large bedroom each with walk in closets!!! Master suite with bay window and private bath, fain bath is very spacious, Beautiful inground pool with heater, slide, solar cover and large deck 18 x 34 are perfect for entertaining. Kitchen with pantry, breakfast nook with door wall that leads to the large deck, family room with fireplace, first floor laundry, 2 car oversized garage plus much more.

Listed with Hoyt Real Estate Inc


Brought to you by Janet Hull and Thomas Bush, Real Estate One, Inc.. Call me today at 1-855-Janet-Tom, or visit my website at www.JanetandThomas.com!


      

$274,900 :: 15741 Williamsburg, Macomb MI, 48044

Property Photo

4 beds, 3 baths
Home size: 2,430 sq ft
Lot Size: 7,405 sq ft
Added: 08/25/17, Last Updated: 12/31/17
Property Type: Single Family
MLS Number: 31329304
Community: Macomb Twp (50008)
Tract: Jefferson Meadows # 01
Status: Active

Featuring 4 large bedroom each with walk in closets!!! Master suite with bay window and private bath, fain bath is very spacious, Beautiful inground pool with heater, slide, solar cover and large deck 18 x 34 are perfect for entertaining. Kitchen with pantry, breakfast nook with door wall that leads to the large deck, family room with fireplace, first floor laundry, 2 car oversized garage plus much more.

Listed with Hoyt Real Estate Inc


Brought to you by Janet Hull and Thomas Bush, Real Estate One, Inc.. Call me today at 1-855-Janet-Tom, or visit my website at www.JanetandThomas.com!


      

$274,900 :: 15741 Williamsburg, Macomb MI, 48044

Property Photo

4 beds, 3 baths
Home size: 2,430 sq ft
Lot Size: 7,405 sq ft
Added: 08/25/17, Last Updated: 12/31/17
Property Type: Single Family
MLS Number: 31329304
Community: Macomb Twp (50008)
Tract: Jefferson Meadows # 01
Status: Active

Featuring 4 large bedroom each with walk in closets!!! Master suite with bay window and private bath, fain bath is very spacious, Beautiful inground pool with heater, slide, solar cover and large deck 18 x 34 are perfect for entertaining. Kitchen with pantry, breakfast nook with door wall that leads to the large deck, family room with fireplace, first floor laundry, 2 car oversized garage plus much more.

Listed with Hoyt Real Estate Inc


Brought to you by Janet Hull and Thomas Bush, Real Estate One, Inc.. Call me today at 1-855-Janet-Tom, or visit my website at www.JanetandThomas.com!


      

$274,900 :: 15741 Williamsburg, Macomb MI, 48044

Property Photo

4 beds, 3 baths
Home size: 2,430 sq ft
Lot Size: 7,405 sq ft
Added: 08/25/17, Last Updated: 12/31/17
Property Type: Single Family
MLS Number: 31329304
Community: Macomb Twp (50008)
Tract: Jefferson Meadows # 01
Status: Active

Featuring 4 large bedroom each with walk in closets!!! Master suite with bay window and private bath, fain bath is very spacious, Beautiful inground pool with heater, slide, solar cover and large deck 18 x 34 are perfect for entertaining. Kitchen with pantry, breakfast nook with door wall that leads to the large deck, family room with fireplace, first floor laundry, 2 car oversized garage plus much more.

Listed with Hoyt Real Estate Inc


Brought to you by Janet Hull and Thomas Bush, Real Estate One, Inc.. Call me today at 1-855-Janet-Tom, or visit my website at www.JanetandThomas.com!