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.

September 2014 – SWMI Housing Market Selling Prices Up

ST. JOSEPH, MI – "This year at the end of the third quarter, fewer homes were sold and those that sold did so at higher prices than at end of the third quarter in 2013. The number of houses sold to date was down 4 percent from last year (2229 vs. 2320). Year-to-date the average selling price was up 6 percent or almost $11,000 above last year ($192,113 vs. $181,256). The median selling price, year-to-date, was up 7 percent; raising the median selling price to $131,000 from $122,000 in 2013 at the end of the third quarter," stated Gary Walter, EVP, of the Southwestern Michigan Association of REALTORS®, Inc.

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The Housing Market in Southwestern Michigan – September 2014

This year at the end of the third quarter, fewer homes were sold and those that sold did so at higher prices than at end of the third quarter in 2013. The number of houses sold to date was down 4 percent from last year (2229 vs. 2320). Year-to-date the average selling price was up 6 percent or almost $11,000 above last year ($192,113 vs. $181,256). The median selling price, year-to-date, was up 7 percent; raising the median selling price to $131,000 from $122,000 in 2013 at the end of the third quarter.

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