Property prices in Michigan plummeting

Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Property prices in Michigan plummeting

Property prices in the state of Michigan are plummeting, with property in Detroit falling in price by 9.7% and prices in the fellow automotive city of Flint down by a staggering 24%, according to research by city assessors.

Both areas have been hit hard by the amount of foreclosed and vacant homes, as well as more general industrial collapse.

“We still have foreclosure issues and that's hurting us,” commented local property assessor James Elrod. “The more stable communities are more affluent and rebounding quicker.”

The falling prices now mean that property in Michigan is among the most affordable in the USA, and it looks as if prices will continue to fall- it is expected that foreclosures will continue to be a dominant part of the property market for the next couple of years, with this effect driving down prices on other properties in the state.

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