A dozen homes in Detroit have been mistakenly demolished, a city official says.
Armed with local residents as volunteers, the non-profit group Life Remodeled started building a new house Monday for a family in need in Farmington Hills.
Take a look inside the majestic 10,000 square foot Hudson Department Store Family Mansion with a Lake Orion native who’s a self-confessed “Rehab Addict.”
The Michigan Supreme Court says people can resist police officers who unlawfully enter their homes.
It’s part of a voluntary relocation program for residents who want to bail from Detroit’s Oakwood Heights neighborhood, where major industry surrounds hundreds of residential properties.
70 crews from other states will be joining restoration efforts Monday. 55-thousand customers remain without power.
Home sales numbers have fallen 4.9 percent in Livingston, Macomb, Oakland and Wayne Counties for the month of April over 2010 numbers.
Michigan is still in the top 10 when it comes to home foreclosures.
Bank of America has announced it will donate 10 houses to Detroit to help entice police officers who now live outside the Motor City to move back in.
A unique partnership of Realtors, bankers, non-profits and civic leaders are banding together to sell over a hundred homes to low and moderate income buyers.