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.
Excavators and bulldozers are expected to return soon as part of Mayor Dave Bing’s plan to rid the city of 3,000 blighted and dangerous houses in one year. The goal is to have that many of the homes leveled by the end of April.
More than 4,500 customers were without power in Warren, Troy and Rochester Hills.
Thousands of foreclosed homes in Wayne County are being auctioned off to the highest bidder. But you have to get online, not in line, to see them.
City officials say preliminary reports show 29 occupied homes were among 71 structures that burned during a series of wind-fed fires that struck a number of Detroit neighborhoods.
Utility crews are hoping to restore power to thousands of homes and businesses who lost power as a result of high winds over the past 24 hours.
A company whose pipeline ruptured and dumped hundreds of thousands of gallons of oil into a southern Michigan waterway has offered to buy up to 200 homes in the affected area.
Severe weather that rolled through southeastern Michigan Friday night knocked out power to 60-thousand homes and businesses. And stormy weather Saturday could hinder restoration efforts.
More than 1 million American households are likely to lose their homes to foreclosure this year, as lenders work their way through a huge backlog of borrowers who have fallen behind on their loans.
Nail gun in hand, Gov. Jennifer Granholm was determined to install baseboards in the wood frame house on Detroit’s east side. Outside, husband Dan Mulhern wiped away sweat while putting up vinyl siding in stifling […]