With fewer listings on the books, Macomb Township and Macomb County are becoming seller's markets.
Take a look at three properties that recently sold in Macomb Township, two of which went for more than their asking price.
45539 Abington Circle
- Asking Price: $46,000
- Sold Price: $56,127
- 1,242 square feet
21411 Dogleg Dr.
- Asking Price: $189,900
- Sold Price: $193,000
- 1,943 square feet
21625 Pine Cone Dr.
- Asking Price: $254,900
- Sold Price: $248,000
- 2,300 square feet
Jan Calcaterra, associate broker for Real Estate One, provided Patch with these examples.
Across Metro Detroit, the number of residential homes and condos listed for sale dropped 15 percent, while Macomb County posted a 4.1 percent increase in the number of homes sold, according to September realcomp.com data.
The number of foreclosures on the market dropped by about 3 percent while the number of non-foreclosure sales increased about 8 percent, realcomp reports, with the average non-foreclosure home in Macomb County selling for $100,000 compared to $91,965 this time last year.
Tax-forfeited properties for sale in Clinton Township
Clinton Township announced this week that it will attempt to sell 25 of the 71 tax-forfeited properties it acquired this year, as well as several vacant lots it has been unable to sell in the past.
Check out this map featuring the homes up for bid.