Archive | October, 2014

Northwest Schools Home For Sale – 8237 Bunkerhill Rd Jackson, MI

Very unique three story Northwest Schools home on over 3 acres for sale. Mostly renovated home, just needs some finishing touches. Third floor is a master suite with balcony overlooking private setting. Second floor has a landing with views on the formal dining room below, balcony over the front yard, second bedroom, and large bathroom with walk-in shower plus large tub. Main floor has remodeled kitchen, formal dining room with fireplace, living room with retro wood burner stove, half bath, attached garage, and plenty of large windows. Very bright and open space.

The seller has relocated due to a new job, and now wants to sell this dream home. Not able to complete all the remodeling, the home is priced to sell, and the new owner will gain.

For a tour, give us a call. We have agents on call to show our listings anytime. 517-879-4141

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8237 Bunkerhill Rd Jackson, MI

Jackson Fire Department – A Tour

Jackson Fire DepartmentToday we had the privilege of getting a tour of the Jackson Fire Department – and we had a blast! It was such an experience, watching my husband and daughter (okay, and me too) wide-eyed and in awe of the big shiny trucks, loads of equipment, buttons and levers and sirens and horns.

We got to see where the Firemen eat and congregate; we talked to a few of them and even bought a couple of sweatshirts for breast cancer awareness month. This speaks volumes because even though they are busy fighting fires, helping those who may be injured or in need of help, and performing the myriad of other duties that keep our community safe and comfortable, they also work hard for worthy charitable causes. Continue Reading →

Renegotiating an Accepted Offer

Negotiating You're Doing It WrongA real estate transaction is full of surprises. You never know what will arise. Renegotiating the piddly stuff after an accepted offer is a bad idea.

I recently listed a home that is an estate. The home itself is a little rough, but it’s structurally sound, has a nice floor plan, and has beautiful property. We priced it with all this in mind. We had a ton of showings right away, and we received an offer within a couple days of listing it.

After some negotiating, we had a signed, accepted offer. The agreement was a couple thousand under list price, some closing costs were kicked in, and the buyers would pay for all inspections. The buyer, being a contractor, did the home inspection himself. Following the inspection, he decided he wanted to start renegotiating the accepted offer. Continue Reading →