The neighborhood name says it all, Garden Homes Park is a collection of beautiful homes consisting of a variety of styles. Located just minutes from downtown Ann Arbor, this subdivision is in a prime area. Presently, 1 home is listed for sale and 5 have sold this year.
Home for Sale:
$295,900. 2110 Foss Court, Ann Arbor. 976 sq. ft., + 814 in the finished lower level; 4 bedrooms and 2.0 baths.
Homes Sold in 2019:
$354,500. 1686 Enclave Lane, Ann Arbor. 1792 sq. ft., + 700 in the finished lower level; 3 bedrooms and 2.1 baths.
$342,000. 1755 South Franklin Court, Ann Arbor. 1444 square feet with 3 bedrooms and 2.0 baths.
$335,000. 2215 Garden Homes, Ann Arbor. 1188 sq. ft., + 522 in the finished lower level; 3 bedrooms and 1.1 baths.
$325,000. 1750 Fulmer Street, Ann Arbor. 1282 square feet with 3 bedrooms and 2.0 baths.
$224,000. 1755 North Maple Road, Ann Arbor. 1232 square feet with 3 bedrooms and 2.0 baths.
Last year in Garden Homes Park, 8 homes were sold for an average sale price of $260,938 and an average price per square foot of $233.00. The 5 homes that have sold so far in 2019 have an ASP of $316,100, up slightly, and an A$/SF of $230.00, down slightly. If you would like to be updated on listing and selling activity in Garden Homes Park, contact the real estate specialists with The Bouma Group at (734)761-3060 or via email email@example.com. View more Ann Arbor neighborhoods here!
So, you bought a house. First of all, congratulations! The search is over, no more weekends filled with open houses and showings, and you can finally breathe a sigh of relief. Phew.
But your work isn’t quite done yet. Once you buy a house, there are a few things that need to happen before and after move-in day. Check out our list of to-dos, and get prepared for what comes after closing—trust us, your future self will thank you.
Do a Deep Clean
When you first buy your home, there won’t be any heavy dressers blocking off corners, couches and beds to clean under, or stacks of boxes covered in cobwebs in the attic. Your house will never be this empty again—well, until you sell it, that is—so take advantage of the wide-open space.
Whether you want to hire professional cleaners or DIY, you should pour some serious TLC into your new house. Dust, vacuum, mop, scrub, polish—look up a few cleaning checklists for inspiration—and put in some elbow grease. Continue reading →
A new home is a big financial investment. Not only will you likely be pouring a lot of your savings into the purchase, but you’ll also be choosing a place to call home for years to come. The last thing you want is to spend all of that time and money only to discover a costly maintenance or structural issue.
Even though you’ll get a professional inspection done, there are certain red flags that you should specifically be looking out for during the first walkthrough. By recognizing these problem areas right away, you can put emphasis on them during the inspection. Save yourself time, money, and stress, and know these major home-buying warning signs.
It’s not like you can pull the house up from the ground and get a closer look at the foundation, so how do you tell if there are any issues? A few surefire signs of a faulty foundation include sloping floors, swinging and sticking doors, visible cracks above window frames, and cabinets separating from the walls. Continue reading →