Chesterfield Township homes sold - November 1st through 15th 2007

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Real Estate Agent with Keller Williams Realty - Lakeside Market Center

Who says the real estate market is dead? Home photo

In the Macomb County community of Chesterfield Township eleven homes have sold in the 2 week period covering November 1st - November 15th.

The homes sold ranged in price from $134,000 to $260,000.  Not only are there eleven happy sellers but there are eleven happy new home owners in Chesterfield Township.

All data was obtained through Mirealsource™ and its participating agents and brokers and does not reflect homes sold via private source.

Details of the homes sold  Courtesy of broker reciprocity provided by Mirealsource™

If you would like details about the current real estate market in your area please contact me
and I will be happy to provide that information for you.

© 2007 Kris Wales - Chesterfield Township MI real estate     Contact Kris Wales



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Elizabeth Nieves
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Good price range...and 11 is NOT BAD! Keep posting...maybe the national media will hear the news that the real estate market is NOT DEAD before they hold the funeral!!!
Nov 17, 2007 11:48 AM #1
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Roberta LaRocca
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Wow Kris, that is great news!  It would be nice if the media would report some of the good statistics instead of all the gloom and doom.
Nov 17, 2007 09:36 PM #2
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Kris Wales
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Elizabeth:  I wish the national news mediums would stop reporting statistics that are "nationwide".  It really has nothing to do with individual communities and scares the heck out of people needlessly.

Roberta:  Agreed!  We can voice what is going on in our areas and should. 
Nov 18, 2007 05:48 AM #3
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