Wednesday, November 25, 2009

2375 Croll Road, Beaverton MI - SOLD!

10 Acres with a Mobile Home & Pond

Priced to sell! $32,888


Hunters and Nature Lovers... take notice! Nice 10 acre parcel with a pond, blinds and a trail to the back. Nicely wooded. Lots of deer and turkey in the area. Property comes with an older usable mobile, septic system and an elevated blind and one ground blind. There is a well in need of repair. Great hunting camp or get-away. Close to the Cedar River. Surrounded by other larger parcels of land on a dead end road.
Nice Pond.
Elevated Blind.
Nice Trail towards the back.
The property is roughly outlined in this aerial photo.



56+ Acres with the Tobacco River - SOLD!

"The River Runs Through It"

56+ Acres with the Tobacco River
North of Beaverton MI


The "River Runs Through It"! This stunning property offers mature woods and open meadows. The Tobacco River runs west to east through the property. There are trails all the way around the property, to give easy access to most portions of the land. The river can be crossed by wading across or by ATV. Fantastic hunting property! Deer tracks and signs all over the property.

Nice scenic river.

The front of the property has a large open area. Great for a nice building spot or pasture area for animals.


Saturday, November 07, 2009

Update on the Extended Home Buyer's Tax Credit

New Legislation

New legislation, the Worker, Homeownership and Business Assistance Act of 2009, which was signed into law on Nov. 6, 2009, extends and expands the first-time homebuyer credit allowed by previous Acts. The new law:

- Extends deadlines for purchasing and closing on a home.
- Authorizes the credit for long-time homeowners buying a replacement principal residence.
- Raises the income limitations for homeowners claiming the credit.

Find out more about the Extended Home Buyer's Tax Credit HERE!

Friday, November 06, 2009

Bringing the Dream of Homeownership Within Reach

As part of its plan to stimulate the U.S. housing market and address the economic challenges facing our nation, Congress has passed new legislation that:

Extends the First-Time Home Buyer Tax Credit of up to $8,000 to first-time home buyers until April 30, 2010.

- Expands the credit to grant a $6,500 credit to current home owners purchasing a new or existing home between the date the bill is signed by President Obama and April 30, 2010.
- Here is more information about how the Extended Home Buyer Tax Credit can help prospective home buyers become part of the American dream.

Find out who may be eligible at

NOTE: This has not been voted in yet. Updates to be posted soon.