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New Construction Homes In Clinton Township, MI

Clinton Township is located north of Detroit and just west of Harrison Township which is situated on the Detroit River.  It’s the most populous township in the state with a population nearing 97,000 residents.  If you’re looking to move to Clinton Township you’ll have great options to choose from when it comes to your budget, family size and desired look of your home.  It’s also a great spot to raise a family.  You’ll have access to parks and playgrounds for the children to play on and they’ll attend the Chippewa Valley Schools.  On the north side of Clinton Township is the Mall at Partridge Creek which is an elegant outdoor mall with 90 stores and a movie theater.

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Population:

There are nearly 97,000 residents in Clinton Township with a 48% male to 52% female ratio.  The median age is about 38 years.

Clinton Township is part of the massive Chippewa Valley Schools which educates over 16,000 students.  It’s the 8th largest school district in the state and encompasses Clinton Township and Macomb Township.

There are:
• 12 Elementary Schools
• 4 Middle Schools
• 4 High Schools

New Homes:

Although there aren’t any current new home listings for Clinton Township, please check back to see if a newly-constructed home is being built in this great community that may be large but still holds small town appeal.  You can also check the newly constructed homes in nearby Troy and Auburn Hills.

If you’re in the market for a newly-built home, here are a few good/bad things to consider when looking:
• Good - The work is done.  Don’t worry about fixing anything or having to hire someone to redo the bathroom or kitchen.
• Good - Usually more energy efficient which will save you money on heating and air conditioning bills versus buying a house built just a decade ago with older appliances. New homes are about 17% more efficient than just a few years ago.
• Bad – They will cost more simply because they’re newer and may take more time to appreciate before you can sell it as an investment.
• Bad – If you like uniqueness, new homes generally lack the architectural detail and charm found in older homes.

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