By: Detroit Free Press | Photo: Jessica J Trevino The number of Americans who signed contracts to buy existing homes across the country in November was essentially unchanged from October, suggesting sales are stabilizing after several months of declines. That’s generally good news. In metro Detroit, sales of homes were up 22% this November compared [...]

By: Kristi Tanner, Detroit Free Press | Photo: Patricia Beck Michigan’s population increased marginally for the second year in a row, a promising trend that experts say may mean fewer people are leaving the state to settle elsewhere. Michigan saw population declines over a seven-year period between 2005 and 2011 before finally seeing a net gain in [...]

Zip lines and climbing high in the treetops!  Coming Spring 2014! Click here for the Adventure Park at West Bloomfield Facebook page. Appealing to outdoor fun-seekers age 5 through adult, the Adventure Park features multiple zip lines and aerial ropes challenge courses for hours of “fun in the trees.” Suitable challenges for kids, teens and [...]

By Kurt Anthony Krug, Detroit Free Press Also, click here for the complete list at the Library of Michigan website Mardi Jo Link is no stranger to having her books appear on the list of Michigan Notable Books. Her true crime book, “Isadore’s Secret: Sin, Murder, and Confessions in a Northern Michigan Town,” made the list [...]

By Yannick Lejacq, NBC News | Photo, John Brecher Majority of Americans still in the dark about incandescent light bulb phase-out. The Jan. 1 deadline to end production of 60- and 40-watt incandescent light bulbs is fast approaching, but most Americans aren’t even aware that their traditional light sources will soon become a rare commodity, [...]

FOX News, by Barnini Chakraborty America loves a good comeback story. Just maybe, Detroit could be one for the ages. As the city, once a symbol of American grit and ingenuity, goes through the largest municipal bankruptcy in U.S. history, some have questioned whether Detroit can regain its former glory. Many have been quick to [...]

Crain’s Detroit Business, by Associated Press A new study by the nation’s largest household moving company indicates that migration out of Michigan has finally slowed to a virtual halt. Suburban St. Louis-based United Van Lines released its 37th annual migration study to The Associated Press. The company tracks the states its customers move to and [...]

By Dana Dratch,, ABC News Real estate agents see it all. From the unmade beds to the overstuffed garages to the “What were they thinking?” decor. Over the years, they learn a thing or two: Why some houses sell, while others linger on the market. Why some promising buyers never make it to the [...]

The rate of sales slowed in November as it has for the prior three months. It is still strong, but not as strong as this time last year. Inventories continue to fall as a result of an increasing number of listings that are expiring. New listings entering the market have been up for the past [...]

Click here for a link to snow sled riding locations in counties throughout Michigan.  HAVE FUN!   About William Brundage – Max Broock Realtors: Named the Best Realtor by the Oakland Press, William Brundage is an industry leading Realtor bringing over twenty years of experience to successfully marketing and selling fine homes and estates. His [...]