Would you live here? Historic bank with original vault for sale in Rhode Island
The building boasts over 13,000 square feet and still has the original 1901 bank vault.
Buildings are getting bigger in Southeast Michigan
Southeast Michigan is in the middle of a big building boom.
Here are the 50 worst US cities for bed bugs, according to Orkin
For the third year in a row, Chicago ranked No. 1 on Orkin's bed bug cities list. Did your city avoid a ranking?
Home previously owned by Aretha Franklin up for sale
For just under a million dollars, the home where the Queen of Soul used to call home can be yours.
HGTV’s Ty Pennington, AARP share home design tips to help older adults have ‘better quality of life’
According to research by AARP, about 75% of those 50 and older want to stay in their current home or community.
Apartment rental prices may finally be falling in US, data shows
Zumper, a real estate marketplace company, analyzed rental data from over one million active listings across the U.S.
House for sale goes viral thanks to bedroom sign
The Wisconsin home is listed at $420,000.
One of a kind 1937 Art Deco home in Huntington Woods to go up for sale
Built in 1937 by H. H. Weimeister, the Bauhaus-style house (originating in Europe) is known for its flat roofs, concrete cubes and geometric forms.
THAW Radiothon raising money to help families pay for utilities this winter
The 14-hour charity drive is going on from 5 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Friday, where the event hopes to pool enough resources to help low-income and vulnerable Michigan residents stay warm through the winter.
Housing sellers who suffered flood damage must come clean, expert says
And for homeowners looking to cover up instead of fixing flood damage, there’s a hefty price to pay when you get caught.
Couple converts Wyandotte fire house into dream home, preserving history
A Wyandotte firehouse built in 1929 is being turned into a couple's dream home while still preserving its rich history.
Sisters seek help after car crashes into their home
Sisters Christa and Danielle Madlock say their neighbor lost control and crashed her car into their home, leaving them without a place to live.
Pandemic lockdown caused do-it-yourself boom making lumber prices skyrocket
"They are getting lumber invoices that are coming in anywhere from maybe $20,000 to upwards of $35,000 over the original budget," he said. "And that is a direct reflection of the lumber futures."
Michigan's moratorium on evictions ends tonight
Michigan's moratorium on evictions ends at midnight Wednesday, leaving thousands uncertain about the status of their living situation.
Property tax relief on its way for 31,000 Wayne County residents
On Monday, Gretchen Whitmer signed the Pay as you Stay bill, which eliminates fees, penalties, and interest on back taxes for more than 30,000 residents of Wayne County.
Conant Gardens, a historically black neighborhood named after a white abolitionist
The founder of the Detroit Anti Slavery society and its first president was Shubael Conant. Conant is also attributed to cultivating one of several prosperous historically black neighborhoods in Detroit.
Detroit receiving $25 million from HUD to combat poverty, homelessness
Michigan and Detroit are receiving tens of millions of dollars from the Department of Housing and Urban Development in an effort to end homelessness in Detroit.
City program offers Detroit residents chance to lower tax bills
A program offered by the city could help residents with their bills.
Fifteen lucky Detroit homeowners are getting free energy-efficient windows this winter
Teaming up with the nonprofit Life Remodeled, Wallside Windows is donating new energy-efficient windows to 15 Detroit homeowners
More affordable housing opening in downtown Detroit
The historic Elmwood Plaza building just opened under a new name, the City Club Apartments Lafayette Park. Opening on Thursday, it will offer a scenic new view of the Riverfront and Canada - and include affordable units in 20 percent of the structure.