If you happen to be looking for a place in Plymouth this September, the Plymouth Fall Festival will be there to greet you. This festival is one of the most fun and exciting events of the year.
People from Plymouth and all over Michigan look forward to the enjoyment of an event that has been around since back in 1956. Formerly a simple chicken barbecue sponsored by the local Rotary Club, the Plymouth Fall Festival is now so much more.
There's something appealing about being self-sufficient. Going it alone. Blazing your own trail. But there are a few things in life that you really ought to have some help with. Selling your home is one of them.
If you're thinking about listing your Plymouth home for sale, it's wise to consider hiring a professional. Read on to learn how to find a real estate agent, and how it will benefit you.
Everyone wants to get the best deal possible on Plymouth homes for sale. A home is such a big investment, first-time buyers often fear they'll get taken advantage of or end up being forced into spend more than they can really afford. Don't let fear get the better of you. The good news is there's a lot you can do to ensure you're not overpaying for your home.
Our real estate agents often get asked the question "Is my yard really that important when I'm selling my home?" Our answer is "yes." A survey conducted by the National Association of REALTORS® found 71 percent of home buyers said curb appeal was important when deciding on a home.
Curb appeal is that certain look or feel that encourages buyers to stop, get out of their cars, and come inside to see your home. If your home's exterior matches the snapshot they've formed in their minds of what their dream home looks like, you're well on your way to selling your home.
Ask any Plymouth resident what makes this a special place to live, and they could go on and on about everything from our homes to Ice Festival. Our REALTORS® call Plymouth home, and we continue to be amazed by this small city with a big heart. Our city is filled with charm as well as plenty of things to do. These are just a few reasons why we love Plymouth, and we're pretty sure you will too once you make it your home.