The Royal Oak & other species in the city.

Below is an a collage of pictures taken by residents of Royal Oak of trees showing their radiant colors this fall. By clicking on the image that follows you will see the beauty that Mother Nature creates each year for local residents to enjoy. As you click on each image you will get a better view.

These pictures were taken by many residents and they were kind enough to pass them on to us so we could share for all to see. These images are one reason that the fall is a good time to be selling your home if you live in or near this great city.

If you are in the market to buy or sell. give me a call or shoot me a text.

Click on image below to better see each picture.

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New Listing In Rochester Hills

How is this for a perfect setting to enjoy fall in Michigan? Work fast and you can be in by Halloween “roasting chestnuts on an open fire”.

This home at 2054 Walton Boulevard in Rochester Hills is selling for $284,900, built in 1993, has 1,500 square feet of living space, 3 bedrooms, a full basement, 1 1/2 baths, a 2 car garage and is on a 1/2 acre lot. The cozy backyard, the perfect place to watch an Autumn moon. Click on image to see more pictures.

Footnote: The open house was a huge success with many potential buyers coming through. Give me a call if interested. 248-259-4182

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Oak Park, Michigan – A Great City To Call Home!

If you are looking for a new place to call home, check out Oak Park, Michigan. As the slide presentation  below demonstrates, Oak Park’s population has remained stable at near 30,000 for decades. The reason is simple. The city is built out and when someone moves there are people in line to move into this stable city.

Oak Park, Michigan exemplifies a well run diverse city that is centrally located in the greater metropolitan area! The city’s population, ethnic diversity and location makes Oak Park one of my favorite cities to serve. It starts with it citizens; middle income, possessing a great public school system that prepares its citizens to continue with tradition and pride. The crime rate is historically below both Michigan and the United States, as shown on the slide presentation below. The city’s population has been steady, primarily because the city is well established with little vacant land to expand.Oak Park is emerging as one of Southeast Oakland County’s sleeper communities and it is is getting attention and therefore  investing in infrastructure is occurring to meet the wants and needs of its citizens. Up until recently, 2015, Oak Park did not allow restaurants to sell alcoholic beverages, but that has changed. Today, there are 2 breweries moving into the city and a new American restaurant dubbed Oak Park Social.

Dog & Pony Show Brewing.  Unexpected Brewing, will be moving onto the 11 Mile corridor in the near future.Structurally, the city recently made several capital improvements, increasing the attention and demand to live in Berkley, along with Royal Oak, Huntington Woods, and Ferndale.  Berkley also added electrical bikes connecting Oak Park to Ferndale, along 9 Mile Road, to keep things fun and accessible, Berkley, while converting 9 Mile from 4 car lanes to 2 with the other two lanes accommodating the resurgence of the “desire to ride”.Oak Park has its

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U of M’s former Lacrosse Coach Conducts Clinic In Royal Oak

“When the going gets tough, the tough get going.” This fits the members of Bears Lacrosse to a “T”. It was an honor and fun to oversee the camp which included participants from Royal Oak, Huntington Woods, Oak Park, Pleasant Ridge and Ferndale, which are all cities wherein I conduct my residential real estate brokerage business. When it comes time to selling and/or buying a home give me a call.

On August 22/23 the Woodward Bears, which Paul Banicki organized and oversees, held a summer camp exclusively for the middle school students that participated in the summer season of 2020. The students included participants from Royal Oak, Berkeley, Huntington Woods, Oak Park, Pleasant Ridge and Ferndale.  Realtor Paul Banicki recruited John Paul, former Head Coach at University of Michigan and the Atlas Bulls Coach of the inaugural season for the Premier Lacrosse League, to oversee the camp. One of the things that hooked Paul on the sport was the willingness and dedication of so many lacrosse standouts who are still giving back to the sport they love.

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