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Redeveloping Kingsley
Redeveloping Kingsley October 12, 2015 By Beth Milligan A thriving downtown with a well-balanced mix of shopping, dining, housing and commercial development. It’s a vision many communities have for their core districts – and a vision leaders Read More...
Century 21 Northland Enhances Service & Security for Clients
As Always Century 21 Northland is ahead of the curve in using the most enhanced technology to better serve their clients and customers. The most recent addition to the Northland family of tools is an electronic document/ signature program called Dotloop. Read More...
Century 21 Northland Expands Leelanau County Presence with Empire Office, New Vacation Rentals
Posted on March 30, 2015 by Century 21 Northland TRAVERSE CITY, Michigan – March 30, 2015 – Century 21 Northland is pleased to announce plans to open its newest office in the Village of Empire. The new location, which will operate under the Read More...
Jon Becker Wins Century 21 Awards
Happy to have received this from the Century 21 CEO today: Dear Jon, Congratulations on achieving the 2014 Masters Ruby and the Quality Service Producer awards. Your hard work and dedication to your customers, your community and the CENTURY 21® System Read More...
NAR: Home Sales Only Going Up From Here
Daily Real Estate News | Thursday, January 08, 2015 --> Existing-home sales will likely rise about 7 percent this year, as a strengthening economy and job growth leads to a healthier market, according to the National Association of REALTORS®' Read More...
Traverse City Real Estate Market YTD Stats
The Traverse City area real estate market continues to rebound well and continues to be in great demand , especially the under 250,000 price points....the lower the price point the more demand which is driving inventory down and prices up. Great news Read More...