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Livingston County Camping

Michigan's Livingston County offers some amazing opportunities for outdoor adventure. Located just a few miles from major cities like Detroit and Lansing, it feels worlds away. What better place for a summer camping getaway?

Our real estate agents are excited to share some of their favorite camping spots in Livingston County! If you're looking for a place to spend some quality time surrounded by nature, be sure to check out the campgrounds at these parks and recreation areas in the Brighton, MI, area!

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Brighton Summer

With its proximity to several lakes, Brighton features plenty of outdoor summer fun, but our real estate agents know there's a lot of excitement on dry land as well. Take in the amazing local culture at these art, music, and food festivals taking place around Brighton.

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House Hunting in Livingston County

Technology has made it possible to buy and sell property with very little in-person contact. In fact, you can be an entirely different city during your real estate transaction. Our real estate agents have helped many buyers find new homes using video conferencing and other online tools. Here are their top 5 tips for anyone who is interested in buying a home remotely

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Livingston County Brewery

Our real estate agents know that the vibrant craft brewing scene is one of many perks of living in our area. Fans of creative, locally sourced beers will love to visit these small businesses and meet their passionate brewmasters.

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Livingston County Ice Cream

Michigan's Livingston County is a great place to call home in any season, but our little corner of the world really comes to life during the summer months. Our real estate agents love spending time outdoors this time of year, whether it's swimming, fishing, hiking, or camping. 

After all that activity, you might find yourself in the mood for an ice cream cone. Luckily, there are quite a few places where you can cool off and satisfy your sweet tooth here in Livingston County.

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Hiking Trails Livingston County

June is Great Outdoors Month, and it's a month that offers the perfect weather to get outside and enjoy all our amazing parks and trails here in Michigan. If you're looking for a place to enjoy some fresh air and exercise, our real estate agents have a few ideas. Check out the hiking trails in these amazing Brighton parks!

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Market Activity

The traditional spring selling season is around the corner in Livingston County, so now is the perfect time to catch up on the latest local real estate trends. Whether you're planning to buy a home, sell a home, or just want to keep up with your local real estate market, our team crunches the numbers to help you stay informed. Our real estate agents have all the key data in our March 2022 Market Activity report for Livingston County.

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Home Improvement

When you move into a new home, it's always fun to make it your own. This does not have to mean a total remodel, and it doesn't have to mean spending thousands of dollars, either. There are plenty of smaller home improvement projects that you can tackle on a weekend for a reasonable budget. Our real estate agents are excited to share the following weekend home improvement projects with you.

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Lawn Care Tips for Spring

Spring is the perfect time to handle all those lawn care tasks on your to-do list. Our real estate agents know that a lush, green lawn also helps your home look inviting to potential buyers. Check out these spring lawn care tips to get your yard looking its best.

  1. Clean Up Your Yard
    When your yard has dried out from the latest round of rain or winter precipitation, set aside time to pick up any debris and dead vegetation. Focus on picking up leaves, wayward rocks, and sticks. If you have snow that's refusing to leave, use a shovel to gently spread it out so that it'll melt quicker. 
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Howell Theater

The Historic Howell Theater holds an iconic place in Howell's history. The theater first opened in 1928, and since then, performances held within its walls have brought joy to countless individuals. Our real estate agents know there is so much to love about the Howell area, and this historic theater is one of them!

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