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$899,900 :: 5750 BRADBURY, WASHINGTON Township MI, 48094

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4 beds, 3.1 baths
Home size: 3,987 sq ft
Lot Size: 48,787 sq ft
Added: 02/21/18, Last Updated: 02/21/18
Property Type: Single Family
MLS Number: 58031340571
Community: Washington Twp
Tract: BRADBURY ON THE PARK
Status: Active

Dont miss an opportunity to buy a spectacular home in highly desirable Bradbury Estates Subdivision. Home has an impressive brick & stone elevation w/ 3.5 car garage access in the back of the home. Sits on over an acre lot that can be enjoyed on large patio w/ its own wood burning fireplace perfect for entertaining. Home offers many fine finishes including:Hand scrapped hardwood floors & 12x 24 ceramic tile flooring thru-out 1st floor, stone fireplace to the ceiling in great room, custom trim wainscoting & crown moldings, arched passage openings, Lafata~ custom cabinets w/ granite counter tops thru-out, newer stainless steel appliances, custom circular staircase w/ wrought iron spindles, master bedroom w/ fireplace and large cabinet organized walk in closet, spacious master bathroom w/ jetted tub, european frameless shower door, double sinks, 2nd floor laundry w/ ample counter space, basement access thru garage, and the list goes on. Excellent Investment Near Million Plus Dollar Homes!

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$899,900 :: 5750 Bradbury, Washington MI, 48094

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4 beds, 4 baths
Home size: 3,987 sq ft
Lot Size: 48,787 sq ft
Added: 02/21/18, Last Updated: 02/21/18
Property Type: Single Family
MLS Number: 31340571
Community: Washington Twp (50006)
Tract: Bradbury on the Park
Status: Active

Don’t miss an opportunity to buy a spectacular home in highly desirable Bradbury Estates Subdivision. Home has an impressive brick & stone elevation w/ 3.5 car garage access in the back of the home. Sits on over an acre lot that can be enjoyed on large patio w/ its own wood burning fireplace perfect for entertaining. Home offers many fine finishes including:Hand scrapped hardwood floors & 12×24 ceramic tile flooring thru-out 1st floor, stone fireplace to the ceiling in great room, custom trim wainscoting & crown moldings, arched passage openings, Lafata® custom cabinets w/ granite counter tops thru-out, newer stainless steel appliances, custom circular staircase w/ wrought iron spindles, master bedroom w/ fireplace and large cabinet organized walk in closet, spacious master bathroom w/ jetted tub, European frameless shower door, double sinks, 2nd floor laundry w/ ample counter space, basement access thru garage, and the list goes on. Excellent Investment Near Million Plus Dollar Homes!

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$899,900 :: 5750 Bradbury, Washington MI, 48094

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4 beds, 4 baths
Home size: 3,987 sq ft
Lot Size: 48,787 sq ft
Added: 02/21/18, Last Updated: 02/21/18
Property Type: Single Family
MLS Number: 31340571
Community: Washington Twp (50006)
Tract: Bradbury on the Park
Status: Active

Don’t miss an opportunity to buy a spectacular home in highly desirable Bradbury Estates Subdivision. Home has an impressive brick & stone elevation w/ 3.5 car garage access in the back of the home. Sits on over an acre lot that can be enjoyed on large patio w/ its own wood burning fireplace perfect for entertaining. Home offers many fine finishes including:Hand scrapped hardwood floors & 12×24 ceramic tile flooring thru-out 1st floor, stone fireplace to the ceiling in great room, custom trim wainscoting & crown moldings, arched passage openings, Lafata® custom cabinets w/ granite counter tops thru-out, newer stainless steel appliances, custom circular staircase w/ wrought iron spindles, master bedroom w/ fireplace and large cabinet organized walk in closet, spacious master bathroom w/ jetted tub, European frameless shower door, double sinks, 2nd floor laundry w/ ample counter space, basement access thru garage, and the list goes on. Excellent Investment Near Million Plus Dollar Homes!

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$899,900 :: 5750 Bradbury, Washington MI, 48094

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4 beds, 4 baths
Home size: 3,987 sq ft
Lot Size: 48,787 sq ft
Added: 02/21/18, Last Updated: 02/21/18
Property Type: Single Family
MLS Number: 31340571
Community: Washington Twp (50006)
Tract: Bradbury on the Park
Status: Active

Don’t miss an opportunity to buy a spectacular home in highly desirable Bradbury Estates Subdivision. Home has an impressive brick & stone elevation w/ 3.5 car garage access in the back of the home. Sits on over an acre lot that can be enjoyed on large patio w/ its own wood burning fireplace perfect for entertaining. Home offers many fine finishes including:Hand scrapped hardwood floors & 12×24 ceramic tile flooring thru-out 1st floor, stone fireplace to the ceiling in great room, custom trim wainscoting & crown moldings, arched passage openings, Lafata® custom cabinets w/ granite counter tops thru-out, newer stainless steel appliances, custom circular staircase w/ wrought iron spindles, master bedroom w/ fireplace and large cabinet organized walk in closet, spacious master bathroom w/ jetted tub, European frameless shower door, double sinks, 2nd floor laundry w/ ample counter space, basement access thru garage, and the list goes on. Excellent Investment Near Million Plus Dollar Homes!

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$899,900 :: 5750 BRADBURY RUN, Washington MI, 48094

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4 beds, 4 baths
Home size: 3,987 sq ft
Lot Size: 48,787 sq ft
Added: 02/21/18, Last Updated: 02/21/18
Property Type: Single Family
MLS Number: 21416005
Community: Washington Twp (50006)
Tract: BRADBURY ON THE PARK
Status: Active

Dont miss an opportunity to buy a spectacular home in highly desirable Bradbury Estates Subdivision. Home has an impressive brick & stone elevation w/ 3.5 car garage access in the back of the home. Sits on over an acre lot that can be enjoyed on large patio w/ its own wood burning fireplace perfect for entertaining. Home offers many fine finishes including:Hand scrapped hardwood floors & 12x 24 ceramic tile flooring thru-out 1st floor, stone fireplace to the ceiling in great room, custom trim wainscoting & crown moldings, arched passage openings, Lafata~ custom cabinets w/ granite counter tops thru-out, newer stainless steel appliances, custom circular staircase w/ wrought iron spindles, master bedroom w/ fireplace and large cabinet organized walk in closet, spacious master bathroom w/ jetted tub, european frameless shower door, double sinks, 2nd floor laundry w/ ample counter space, basement access thru garage, and the list goes on. Excellent Investment Near Million Plus Dollar Homes!

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$899,900 :: 5750 BRADBURY RUN, Washington MI, 48094

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4 beds, 4 baths
Home size: 3,987 sq ft
Lot Size: 48,787 sq ft
Added: 02/21/18, Last Updated: 02/21/18
Property Type: Single Family
MLS Number: 21416005
Community: Washington Twp (50006)
Tract: BRADBURY ON THE PARK
Status: Active

Dont miss an opportunity to buy a spectacular home in highly desirable Bradbury Estates Subdivision. Home has an impressive brick & stone elevation w/ 3.5 car garage access in the back of the home. Sits on over an acre lot that can be enjoyed on large patio w/ its own wood burning fireplace perfect for entertaining. Home offers many fine finishes including:Hand scrapped hardwood floors & 12x 24 ceramic tile flooring thru-out 1st floor, stone fireplace to the ceiling in great room, custom trim wainscoting & crown moldings, arched passage openings, Lafata~ custom cabinets w/ granite counter tops thru-out, newer stainless steel appliances, custom circular staircase w/ wrought iron spindles, master bedroom w/ fireplace and large cabinet organized walk in closet, spacious master bathroom w/ jetted tub, european frameless shower door, double sinks, 2nd floor laundry w/ ample counter space, basement access thru garage, and the list goes on. Excellent Investment Near Million Plus Dollar Homes!

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Brought to you by Janet Hull and Thomas Bush, Real Estate One, Inc.. Call me today at 1-855-Janet-Tom, or visit my website at www.JanetandThomas.com!


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$899,900 :: 5750 BRADBURY RUN, Washington MI, 48094

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4 beds, 4 baths
Home size: 3,987 sq ft
Lot Size: 48,787 sq ft
Added: 02/21/18, Last Updated: 02/21/18
Property Type: Single Family
MLS Number: 21416005
Community: Washington Twp (50006)
Tract: BRADBURY ON THE PARK
Status: Active

Dont miss an opportunity to buy a spectacular home in highly desirable Bradbury Estates Subdivision. Home has an impressive brick & stone elevation w/ 3.5 car garage access in the back of the home. Sits on over an acre lot that can be enjoyed on large patio w/ its own wood burning fireplace perfect for entertaining. Home offers many fine finishes including:Hand scrapped hardwood floors & 12x 24 ceramic tile flooring thru-out 1st floor, stone fireplace to the ceiling in great room, custom trim wainscoting & crown moldings, arched passage openings, Lafata~ custom cabinets w/ granite counter tops thru-out, newer stainless steel appliances, custom circular staircase w/ wrought iron spindles, master bedroom w/ fireplace and large cabinet organized walk in closet, spacious master bathroom w/ jetted tub, european frameless shower door, double sinks, 2nd floor laundry w/ ample counter space, basement access thru garage, and the list goes on. Excellent Investment Near Million Plus Dollar Homes!

Listed with Keller Williams Rlty Lakeside-Romeo


Brought to you by Janet Hull and Thomas Bush, Real Estate One, Inc.. Call me today at 1-855-Janet-Tom, or visit my website at www.JanetandThomas.com!


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Why Your Mortgage Is Getting More Expensive

(TNS)—World events are conspiring to make it more expensive for you to borrow money to buy a house.

Mortgage rates have increased for five consecutive weeks, according to Bankrate data, bringing interest on a 30-year fixed rate loan to 4.44 percent—the highest level in 11 months—while home prices continue to rise due to a lack of available homes.

After years of tepid economic growth, animal spirits are aflame. Inflation and wage growth recently found a groove, while the Federal Reserve’s plan to raise short-term interest rates multiple times for a consecutive year has reduced the value of government debt. The yield on 10-year Treasuries is close to a four-year high. (Bond prices and yields are inversely related.)

Oh, and China may reduce its appetite for U.S. bonds.

Homebuyers Should Get off the Fence
Mortgage rates are moved by the yield on 10-year Treasuries, rather than short-term rate hikes by the Fed. That’s why mortgage rates fell throughout 2017, for instance, even as the central bank raised the federal funds rate three times.

Rates remain cheap, however, compared to historical prices. A 30-year fixed-rate mortgage came with an interest rate above 6 percent just before the Great Recession in 2007.

Potential homeowners should get off the fence and make a bid, assuming you have an affordable home target and adequate savings, because rates are likely only heading north.

Why Mortgage Rates Are Increasing
You’ve seen this movie before.

Immediately after the 2016 election, investors sold government debt en masse, causing the 10-year yield to rise from 1.88 percent on November 8 to 2.60 percent five weeks later. That dramatic rise was predicated on investors thinking a newly Republican-controlled Washington would bring about faster economic growth through infrastructure spending and tax cuts.

Optimism waned throughout 2017, though, as the GOP failed to overhaul the Affordable Care Act, casting doubt on their cohesion as a governing party. The long-promised massive infrastructure bill never materialized, while the prospects of a tax overhaul dampened. By the first week of September, the 10-year yield was 2.05 percent.

But then Republicans made progress on a $1.5 trillion tax bill, while the employment picture continued to brighten, and the U.S. economy grew at a solid clip over the last six months of the year.

With Congress agreeing to a $300 billion spending bill—which will only throw more coal on the burning economy—investors see fewer reasons to own bonds. Economic growth and higher pay could result in long-awaited inflation gains. Prices have been rising below the Fed’s 2 percent target, according to the central bank’s preferred prices gauge, for years now.

Higher inflation is a boon for fixed-rate borrowers but hurts debtors. The January jobs report, which showed a 2.9 percent-year-over year earnings increase, was a signal to market observers that inflation may be coming.

Meanwhile, Bloomberg reported in January that China, the largest foreign holder of U.S. debt, may reduce or cease U.S. debt purchases, causing market jitters.

Should You Be Worried?
Given the recent run-up in yields, you may be worried—but don’t panic just yet.

“This is not alarming,” notes Chris Vincent, fixed income portfolio manager at William Blair. “There is no significant drama in the credit markets.”

Markets, after nearly a decade of low rates and low growth, are adjusting to the new normal and corresponding volatility—and while China may own over a trillion dollars of U.S. debt, that’s less than 20 percent of all debt owned by foreign nations, and a fifth of what America owes itself.

You are entering a world where it’s going to become more expensive to borrow money. It’s time to get used to it.

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Why Your Mortgage Is Getting More Expensive

(TNS)—World events are conspiring to make it more expensive for you to borrow money to buy a house.

Mortgage rates have increased for five consecutive weeks, according to Bankrate data, bringing interest on a 30-year fixed rate loan to 4.44 percent—the highest level in 11 months—while home prices continue to rise due to a lack of available homes.

After years of tepid economic growth, animal spirits are aflame. Inflation and wage growth recently found a groove, while the Federal Reserve’s plan to raise short-term interest rates multiple times for a consecutive year has reduced the value of government debt. The yield on 10-year Treasuries is close to a four-year high. (Bond prices and yields are inversely related.)

Oh, and China may reduce its appetite for U.S. bonds.

Homebuyers Should Get off the Fence
Mortgage rates are moved by the yield on 10-year Treasuries, rather than short-term rate hikes by the Fed. That’s why mortgage rates fell throughout 2017, for instance, even as the central bank raised the federal funds rate three times.

Rates remain cheap, however, compared to historical prices. A 30-year fixed-rate mortgage came with an interest rate above 6 percent just before the Great Recession in 2007.

Potential homeowners should get off the fence and make a bid, assuming you have an affordable home target and adequate savings, because rates are likely only heading north.

Why Mortgage Rates Are Increasing
You’ve seen this movie before.

Immediately after the 2016 election, investors sold government debt en masse, causing the 10-year yield to rise from 1.88 percent on November 8 to 2.60 percent five weeks later. That dramatic rise was predicated on investors thinking a newly Republican-controlled Washington would bring about faster economic growth through infrastructure spending and tax cuts.

Optimism waned throughout 2017, though, as the GOP failed to overhaul the Affordable Care Act, casting doubt on their cohesion as a governing party. The long-promised massive infrastructure bill never materialized, while the prospects of a tax overhaul dampened. By the first week of September, the 10-year yield was 2.05 percent.

But then Republicans made progress on a $1.5 trillion tax bill, while the employment picture continued to brighten, and the U.S. economy grew at a solid clip over the last six months of the year.

With Congress agreeing to a $300 billion spending bill—which will only throw more coal on the burning economy—investors see fewer reasons to own bonds. Economic growth and higher pay could result in long-awaited inflation gains. Prices have been rising below the Fed’s 2 percent target, according to the central bank’s preferred prices gauge, for years now.

Higher inflation is a boon for fixed-rate borrowers but hurts debtors. The January jobs report, which showed a 2.9 percent-year-over year earnings increase, was a signal to market observers that inflation may be coming.

Meanwhile, Bloomberg reported in January that China, the largest foreign holder of U.S. debt, may reduce or cease U.S. debt purchases, causing market jitters.

Should You Be Worried?
Given the recent run-up in yields, you may be worried—but don’t panic just yet.

“This is not alarming,” notes Chris Vincent, fixed income portfolio manager at William Blair. “There is no significant drama in the credit markets.”

Markets, after nearly a decade of low rates and low growth, are adjusting to the new normal and corresponding volatility—and while China may own over a trillion dollars of U.S. debt, that’s less than 20 percent of all debt owned by foreign nations, and a fifth of what America owes itself.

You are entering a world where it’s going to become more expensive to borrow money. It’s time to get used to it.

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$449,975 :: 60106 Stonecrest, Washington MI, 48094

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4 beds, 4 baths
Home size: 2,231 sq ft
Lot Size: 9,583 sq ft
Added: 02/22/18, Last Updated: 02/22/18
Property Type: Single Family
MLS Number: 31340591
Community: Washington Twp (50006)
Tract: Stonecrest Mccp 1092
Status: Active

Exciting New Construction Home!! Framing is complete with move in late Spring/Summer and time to pick interior colors. Gorgeous new floor plan-the Royale, featuring French Country Elevation, 3 car garage, 3 bedrooms on the main floor, 4th bedroom with ensuite bath on the second floor and 20FT bonus room prepped for future finish over the garage. Rear covered patio, entertainers kitchen with 8FT Island, rich LaFata cabinets, sleek granite counters, oversized bath tiles, stone fireplace, warm hardwood floors, 5′ crown molding, arched entryways all of the Vitale Fine Features. Similar home in completion stages located at 60913 Stonecrest Drive.

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