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REALTORS® are involved in their local communities contributing their time and talents to:
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  • Various service clubs
  • Business organizations
  • Schools and churches
  • Local government
  • Great Lakes Cleanup
  • Suitcases For Kids

”Suitcases for Kids” benefits children entering or in the foster home program by providing them needed personal items.

REALTORS® are real estate licensees that are Members of a local Association of REALTORS® and subscribe to the Code of Ethics of the National Association of REALTORS®. The Southwestern Michigan Association of REALTORS is an advocate for their REALTOR® Members and actively promotes and protects private property rights for everyone.

August, 2014 – SWMI Housing Market Rebounds in August

ST. JOSEPH, MI – "The local housing market in August rebounded nicely from the disappointing July results. However, over time July has routinely taken a step backward during our peak selling season. In August, there was a 13 percent increase in the number of homes sold and a 13 percent increase in the total dollar volume from those sales while the average and median selling prices held steady. July had dropped 7 percent in both number of homes sold and total dollar volume from June this year," stated Gary Walter, EVP, of the Southwestern Michigan Association of REALTORS®, Inc.

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The Housing Market in Southwestern Michigan – August 2014

The local housing market in August rebounded nicely from the disappointing July results. However, over time July has routinely taken a step backward during our peak selling season. In August, there was a 13 percent increase in the number of homes sold and a 13 percent increase in the total dollar volume from those sales while the average and median selling prices held steady. July had dropped 7 percent in both number of homes sold and total dollar volume from June this year.

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