REALTORS® Do Make a Difference
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.

The Housing Market in Southwestern Michigan, March 2014

The brutal winter months definitely took a toll on the first quarter of 2014. However, the decline in the number of houses sold in the first quarter held to less than 5 percent; which in reality was only 25 fewer homes sold and closed. Nine fewer houses sold this past March than in March 2013 for a 4 percent drop in sales.

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The Housing Market in Southwestern Michigan, February 2014

The volatile, cold weather may have caused the number of houses sold to slip and fall 14 percent from a year ago and to the lowest point in three years. However, the total dollar volume and average selling price continued to gain ground over the past year and as far back as February 2009.

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Current Videos
  • Pending Sales Remain Subdued REALTOR® TV

    Pending Sales Remain Subdued NAR's forward looking pending home sales index for February dipped 0.8 percent, the third month in a row that contract signings have been essentially flat. NAR Chief Economist Lawrence Yun says signings could pick up later in the spring.

  • President Signs Flood Rate Bill REALTOR® TV

    President Signs Flood Rate Bill NAR President Steve Brown thanks REALTORS(R) for stepping up to encourage lawmakers to pass legislation that eases drastic flood insurance rate hikes. President Obama has now signed the bill into law.

  • Flood Bill Helps Commercial REALTOR® TV

    Flood Bill Helps Commercial Congress has sent to President Obama a bil that would help commercial properties seeing big hikes in flood insurance premiums as a result of reforms enacted two years ago.

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