If you have been considering a lakefront home in Harbor Country it is time to take a closer look. One of my buyers just closed on a wonderful property with a 153 feet of sugar sand lakefront. This particular buyer was a complete joy to work with, and things moved along quickly after their first visit. What started as a quick look around quickly moved to an accepted offer. This property was exactly what the buyer was looking for, and was priced competitively, enticing this savvy buyer to move quickly. This property offered an unusual level of privacy, and a very natural surrounding. The home itself was old, but manageable, and the buyer will utilize it for a bit while they plan their dream home. These days I am advising all my buyers to apply with a local lender. Even if you have a Chicago lender you are considering, play it safe and apply with a local lender as well.
Lakefront property is changing hands at prices not seen in sometime, contact me if you are interested in taking a closer look.
Do you know where the best beaches are located, and why? Don't worry, we do. Do you know which neighborhoods have deeded private beach rights? Which beaches have the lowest bluffs and easy beach access? Which lakefront homes are located within areas designated as High Risk Erosion? We know, because 255, 255); background-color: rgb(165, 165, 165);">Lake Michigan Lakefront Property and beach access real estate in Southwest Michigan is all we do.
Let's talk before you move forward with your next real estate transaction. You will be glad you did.
Paul Zubrys, Principal Broker / REALTOR
Southwest Michigan & Northwest Indiana Real Estate since 1987.
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"Best website for lakefront property in Michigan. Period. Nothing else is even close. Paul’s combined level of knowledge, expertise and integrity is refreshingly high in an industry which seems to have many agents that lack all three. He is the only broker I would use in Michigan."
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