I would live there if I was going to school to get my PHD. If I remember right that's what your daughter is getting, correct? :thumbsup:Just moved my daughter to Detroit to attend Wayne State University,Thanks for the pics Steve..they make me feel alittle better about it.
And lots of it..only at a ridiculously high price and some of the highest taxes. But, if you can afford it, NJ has some really beautiful areas.we live in a pretty rural section of N.J. [yes we have rural here..]culture shock for me for sure but she's excited and raring to go..
People are moving in, so are businesses, the best thing that happened to Detroit was not Obama, but the new mayor, Mike DugganThe unemployment was at 29% and the biggest reason for improved numbers is because people are moving.
Several 'hoods with enduring beauty. Boston-Edison may be the most known. And then there is Indian Village, Brush Park, Midtown (Dan Gilbert is investing heavily there).May I ask what the price range for those houses are, Steve.
I'm a native Ca. and I have no issues with Detroit.
When I was looking it over, I was looking in the under $20K range, and on speculation like this I'd be looking for something that would at least double in value (including everything else that had to be done to it) in 3 years. Everything on the bottom of the market was there for very good reason....Yeah you can still get a home for about 11,000 that's up from 8 thousand a couple years ago. :laughing: