Category: Traverse City housing

Traverse City Real Estate – Prices Up – Sales Down

Prices Up, Sales Down: The Inventory Effect On Real Estate By Ross Boissoneau | Aug. 6, 2018 The real estate market is hot, with average sale prices continuing to climb. The real estate market is down, as the… Read More

Home Shoppers Get ‘Extra Time to Find the Right Home’

July 20, 2018 © REALTOR® Magazine Mortgage rates dropped slightly this week, but overall, they were mostly flat, offering some temporary relief to borrowers. Mixed economic data this week prompted mortgage rates to remain in mostly a holding… Read More

Traverse City Delays Decision on Short Term Rentals

City Delays Decision On Short-Term Rentals By Beth Milligan | June 19, 2018 Homeowners seeking more flexibility to rent out rooms on their properties on a short-term basis face another delay after Traverse City commissioners pushed back a… Read More

Protect your Home’s pipes from Freezing

Protect a Home’s Pipes From the Cold Daily Real Estate News | Wednesday, December 27, 2017 <!– –> Cold weather can put your home’s pipes at risk of exploding. Worst case scenario: Pipes can fill up with so… Read More

Tall Building SLUP Back Before Commission

Tall Building SLUP Back Before Commission By Beth Milligan | Jan. 2, 2018 Traverse City commissioners tonight (Tuesday) will reconsider a special land use permit (SLUP) for a controversial 96-foot development in downtown Traverse City – even though… Read More

City Commission To Consider New Housing Development, Second Solar Offer

By Beth Milligan | July 17, 2017 Traverse City commissioners will consider approving a rezoning request for a new housing development on State Street and putting a proposed solar energy deal on hold to consider a second proposal… Read More

Housing Coming To Thirteenth Street?

Housing Coming To Thirteenth Street? June 9, 2017 By Beth Milligan A $700,000 purchase offer for a vacant Traverse City Area Public Schools (TCAPS) lot on Thirteenth Street could bring new housing to the corridor – though TCAPS… Read More

$10M Development Proposed For Eighth Street

By Beth Milligan A proposed new $10 million development could bring 60,000 square feet of retail, office and residential space, three new public kayak launches and a second Higher Grounds café location to Eighth Street in Traverse City…. Read More

Traverse City – What’s Next For Affordable Housing?

By Beth Milligan A new report by the Traverse City Housing Commission reflects a multi-year waiting list for low-income and affordable housing units in the city – and an uphill battle facing local entities trying to bring more… Read More