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New Construction Homes In New Baltimore, MI

New Baltimore, Michigan, is located right on the north side Anchor Bay which leads into Lake St. Clair.  Situated just northeast of Clinton Township, New Baltimore is a great little gem and an ideal spot to call home.  You’ll have all of metro Detroit at your fingertips but still be able to enjoy the quiet life by the water.  Thirty miles down I-94 gets you to downtown Detroit where you’ll be able to enjoy a baseball game or hockey game and you’ll have plenty of shopping options from boutique stores to outlet malls to the west in both Rochester and Auburn Hills.

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Population:

The population of New Baltimore is a little over 12,000 residents with 52% female and 48% male.  The median age is 37 years.

For the students who live in New Baltimore, they will attend the Anchor Bay School District which serves over 6,000 students from New Baltimore as well as many nearby communities.

There are:
• 8 Elementary Schools
• 2 Middle Schools
• 1 High School

New Homes:

When it comes to purchasing a newly-constructed home, you’ll find a few great options in New Baltimore.  Colonials ranging in size from 1,700 square feet to over 2,800 square feet are available now or in the process of being built.  They are ideal for the growing family looking for the option of getting away from the city life in return for a small town feel.  You’ll be close to the water and have lots of space for the kids to play.

As you're debating whether to purchase a newly-constructed home or a previously-owned home, here are some things that you may want to consider as you begin your search:

• 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, new homes can save you money on bills versus buying a house built just a decade ago.  Newly constructed homes are generally 17% more energy efficient than homes built just five years ago.
• Bad – They will cost more simply because they’re newer and may take more time 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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