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New Construction Homes In Commerce, MI

Commerce, Michigan, is a thriving community in metro Detroit made up of nearly 30 square miles of land and water.  Stretching from M-5 near West Bloomfield and Novi to White Lake, you’ll find everything from new construction homes to cottages built in the mid-twentieth century.

New Homes In Commerce Township

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Outdoors in Commerce:

• Proud Lake State Recreation Area – This park allows everything from biking and hiking to picnics and fishing.  You can ride horses, rent boats and hunt too and, in the wintertime, you’ll be able to cross-country ski and snowmobile.
• Dodge Park #5 – You’ll have 106 acres of wilderness to explore which includes soccer fields, playground equipment for the kids and trails for hiking.
• Long’s Farm - Whether you’re looking for locally grown fruits or vegetables, want to go apple picking or taste some freshly made apple cider and donuts, Long’s Farm has become a treasure of the community.

Hospital:

• Famously at Commerce and Commerce in Commerce, is the DMC's Huron Valley-Sinai Hospital.  Known for their Harris Birthing Center, this hospital was listed in U.S. News and World Report's Best Hospitals in 2012-2013.

Population:

• Population (as of 2010):  Approximately 36,000
• Median age is about 36
• Median Household Income is $82,691

Check out the Newly-Built Communities in Commerce:

• The Hills of Bogie Lake – Luxurious 2,800-3,500 square foot homes are found behind this gated community which features a clubhouse and a pool for residents.
• The Hills of Loon Lake – Close to Proud Lake State Park, you’ll find the perfect home to raise a family in this expanding community.
• Greenbriar – Great for the first-time buyer and young family, these ranch-style homes are part of an expanding neighborhood and will feature new homes averaging 3 bedrooms, 2 baths and totaling near 1,600 square feet.

The Good and Bad of New Construction Homes:

• Good – Less maintenance.  Since everything has been newly constructed, you’ll have less to worry about such as roof leakage, mold or pre-homeowner’s desire to fix something themselves instead of paying a professional.
• Bad/Good – Although not really that bad, one of the downsides is you may not see as big a growth in the investment side for quite a while because the house is new and considered a premium.  Plan on staying a while and you’ll be able to ride the waves through varying real estate trends.  The good news is, when you do sell, you’ll have a newer house as opposed to one that was built in the 1970’s.
• Bad – If it’s a new neighborhood, you’ll have lots of construction going through building up the homes around you.  As long as you have patience, it'll be worth it.

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