Detroit Real Estate Market Reports
Michigan is under a stay-at-home order, but moving is still considered "essential."
Coronavirus is having a big impact on Detroit’s housing inventory
With all the challenges to buying and few homes getting listed, Detroit’s housing market has nearly come to a complete stop.
"Landlords have an opportunity to be the one steady thing in people’s lives."
Nonbank lenders will need billions of dollars to stave off a cash crunch caused by the coronavirus outbreak.
Real estate may be more resilient than the economy at large, but a lot depends on how long the outbreak lasts.
Average cost to rent in Detroit went up by 13.2 percent, 10th most in the U.S.
The "Stay Midtown" program dispersed $800,000 in subsidies over three years.
Around 41 hours per week.
No U.S. city grew more in diversity than Detroit over the last decade.
It would be the largest increase since 1997.
Once hailed as the largest development north of Mack in years, the multi-building project is scrapping condos and undergoing a redesign.
And it’s had devastating effects on Detroit neighborhoods.
The Detroit-based company could issue $140 billion in mortgages in 2019.
With a vacancy rate of just 2.1 percent and major projects in the works, industry is still an essential part of the region.
Why every new development in the city comes with incentives.
"Zoning Analytic" is the first major document released by the Planning Commission as part of the city’s rezoning process.
Redfin says a family needs to earn around $27,000 to afford a home in Detroit.
The study found an 11 percent drop in homicides and injuries caused by firearms in areas with demolitions.
"Food Traffic Ahead" finds enormous potential and growth in the Motor City’s walkability.
Despite the current apartment boom, local renters are searching in Cleveland, Cincinnati, and Grand Rapids.
For the first time in years, thousands of new units are set to hit the market, but developers are still figuring out how to meet the needs of renters.
The share increased substantially in the 10 years to 2017—and will likely continue to rise.
A new report shows median one- and two-bedroom rents rose sharply since March 2018.
Median home prices in Detroit are increasing overall, but downtown is a completely different market compared to the rest of the city according to new reports.
A new study compares income and rents from 2014-2017, and finds that the the percentage of income spent on rent in Detroit has increased the most in that time period.
New apartments have decreased in size by 27 percent over the past 10 years in Detroit.
While Grand Circus Park continues to be the priciest district, new apartments are commanding over $3 per square foot.
A new report from SmartAsset shows that the income needed to rent a two-bedroom apartment comfortably is far above the city’s median income.
Rent prices in Midtown and Woodbridge have risen the most in the past year, according to a new report.
Both metro and city rents have increased sharply in the last month.
A new report shines a light on healthcare, financial services, and more in Detroit, Atlanta, Houston, and Oakland.
A new report shows the average rent prices through the downtown neighborhoods, including Corktown, Lafayette Park, and Midtown.