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It's Tax (Appeal) Time
It's Tax (Appeal) Time March 15, 2016 By Lynn Geiger This week, across northern Michigan, business owners and residents are lining up before their local boards of review to appeal their taxes – in most cases, property taxes. Whether due to an Read More...
Century 21 Northland Announces Northport Office
Century 21 Northland Announces Northport Office Posted on July 8, 2014 by Century 21 Northland TRAVERSE CITY, Michigan – July 8, 2014 – Century 21 Northland is pleased to announce plans to open its newest office in the Village of Northport. Read More...
New Development Could Bring Public Restrooms-Downtown Traverse City
New Development Could Bring Public Restrooms April 15, 2014 By Lynn Geiger A proposed development on Park Street could bring to downtown Traverse City something it’s never had and desperately needs: public restrooms. Developer Jerry Snowden tells Read More...
Century 21 Northland was awarded the #1 office by sales volume at TAAR in the five county region
Team- In case you aren’t aware, the Traverse City office for Century 21 Northland was awarded the #1 office by sales volume at TAAR in the five county region !!! (and to think this company didn’t exist 7 years ago. J ) WELL DONE and well deserved. Read More...
2013 Traverse City area Real Estate Statistics - Market Improving
Happy 2014 from Traverse City. The 2013 Traverse City / Grand Traverse area real estate market statistics are in for our local MLS/ 5 County area and the market has improved in every category as you can see by the attached document. If you or anyone you Read More...
Traverse City in Top 5 Small Towns to Visit
5 Midwestern Small Towns to Visit Now Posted by Kristine Hansen on August 16, 2013 at 11:34:07 AM EDT | Post a Comment Native Midwesterners often joke about "the six weeks of summer," but the season of warmth actually stretches much longer than Read More...