- 5570 Wilson Ave SW Suite E
Wyoming, MI 49418
Welcome to my Website
Searching for your next home? Try our state-of-the-art map search – with it you can quickly search the entire market. Simply type the address, city, MLS ID, or just hit the search button to get started. The large format map allows you to click and drag, zoom in and view detailed information and photos for all properties currently listed on the MLS.
Selling your home? No other website in the market will showcase your listing with up to 50 high resolution photos! In addition to advertising your property on my own website, I syndicate your listing to other real estate websites across the web.
Whether you are selling your home, searching for your next home, or have any questions about the process – I look forward to helping you!
My goals are to have happy sellers and buyers. I know that buying and selling homes can be extremely stressful. I want to help take that stress away. The best way to for me to accomplish that is by using my support team to give you the best, most up to date information possible. The second way to avoid stress is through communication. In any relationship, the best way to avoid confrontation is through consistent communication. There is no worse feeling than being left in the dark.
My goal is to continually gain my referrals based on the quality of service that I can provide. I want to make your real estate process a positive one, an experience you find thrilling, enjoyable and comforting.
Short Sales & Foreclosures
First, an explanation of the difference between a foreclosed property and a short sale.
A foreclosed home is one that belongs to the entity that holds the mortgage -- usually a bank -- and is ready for sale as soon as the legal foreclosure procedure is complete.
A short sale is a deal that can be arranged before the property goes into foreclosure, at a time when both the lender and the borrower agree that this kind of sale (one that generates proceeds that are less than are owed on the property) is preferable to a default on the mortgage.