multi family investments?

Asked by jhlewismd, Detroit, MI Wed Mar 6, 2013

Indian village area

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Toni Jennings, Agent, Detroit, MI
Sat Mar 23, 2013
Thanks for your interest!

Please feel free to contact me for more information regarding this unit or to schedule a showing!

Looking forward to assisting you.

S. Toni Jennings | Realtor®
City Living Detroit | Redefining Urban Living
444 West Willis, Ste. 108, Detroit, MI 48201
Mobile: 313.409.4740
Main: 313.242.7800
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Bob Schweiss, Agent, Livonia, MI
Sat Mar 16, 2013
Indian Village and West Village the inventories are tight. I would recommend West Village, the Midtown area and Corktown. Prices will be a bit higher in these areas but if your looking for a long term investment these are the up and coming areas of the city.
I have lived in the city for twenty five years and love it.

If i can be of assistance please contact me.

Thanks
Bob Schweiss
Remerica Hometown One
Schweiss.r@gmail.com
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Russ Ravary, Agent, Commerce Township, MI
Sat Mar 9, 2013
There are still some good multi family investments in Detroit
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Pam Sawyer, Agent, Shelby Twp, MI
Wed Mar 6, 2013
Please provide your home requirements, and price range. Also, I have valuable information and lenders if you have not been approved for a mortgage on my website at http://www.pamsawyer.com
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Harold, Agent, Wayne, NJ
Wed Mar 6, 2013
What price range are you interested in searching? How many bedrooms/ bathrooms? I can send you a list of these homes if any are available. Give me a call to schedule any properties that may interest you.
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I'm looking for a fixer upper...but hopefully zoned so it can be a personal care home. 2 family flat? 4 bedroom minimum
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