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Housing Options and Real Estate in Detroit, Michigan

With so much to offer—thriving industry, museums, sports, music and theater—it is no wonder that so many people flock to Detroit in search of an exciting and rewarding life. For those who wish to relocate to Detroit, the real estate market is full of housing opportunities from urban lofts and condominiums to single family homes. Real estate in Detroit can currently be found at a low median home price in the mid-$150,000s, which is appealing to people from all walks of life, whether you are a first homebuyer or a more seasoned real estate investor. The city’s neighborhoods are unique and full of flavor, including Detroit’s Midtown, New Center, Corktown, and Mexicantown—just to name a few. Detroit’s Midtown is an up and coming neighborhood featuring new developments, shops and boutiques, restaurants and galleries. Homes in Midtown Detroit include many hip urban lofts and condominiums, loved by artists and business professionals alike who take advantage of the area’s amenities within walking distance. The New Center area of Detroit is attractive to new residents because it is a popular business hub, housing the Henry Ford Health System and the entrepreneurial village Tech Town. Much of New Center’s flavor is shaped by its most prominent building—the Fisher. This Art-Deco 30-story building designed by Albert Kahn has been labeled “Detroit’s largest art object.” The once Irish dominated neighborhood of Corktown is one of Detroit’s gems, and has been voted the most walkable community in the city. Many of the area’s residents are students and professors of nearby Wayne State University and College for Creative Studies. Corktown’s clean, charming atmosphere appeals to many homebuyers looking for historic homes. Real estate in Corktown features beautiful Victorian homes set in a creative and literary atmosphere. Finally, Detroit’s neighborhood Mexicantown appeals to homebuyers who are looking for a truly diverse and lively community that breaks out of the mold of typical Midwestern neighborhoods. Homes in Mexicantown are set among colorful buildings and murals, ethnic shops and some of the best restaurants in town.

These are just a few of the neighborhoods you have to choose from when looking for real estate in Detroit. Whether you want an urban getaway, a starter home or a family home, Detroit’s market has what you need. And with a variety of friendly real estate agents ready to help you, it is easier than ever to find your next dream home in Detroit, MI!

Detroit Home inventory breakdown by property type

Of the 84 homes for sale in Detroit, the breakdown of property types is as follows:
88% Single Family, 11% Multi Family and 1% Other.

88% Single Family
11% Multi Family
1% Other

Area details, home facts and figures

Homes for sale 84
Average Home Size 1,854 ft² / 172 m²
Price Range ($650 - $1,799,999)

Weather in Detroit

The average high temperatures in Detroit range from 31 in January to 83 in July

Average home income in Detroit

The average household income of a Detroit resident is $43,852 with an average home value of $82,458

Population of Detroit

Detroit has 702,830 residents.

Home ownership in Detroit

The average level of home ownership in Detroit is 50%.

Education breakdown of Detroit

Education levels of residents of Detroit include: highschool 32%, associate 7%, bachelor 8%, graduate 6%.

Households in Detroit

Detroit has 264,769 homes, built on average 71 years ago.

Information from in and around Detroit...

You are Viewing 1 to 20 of 84 homes for sale in Detroit. These homes are comprised of Single Family, Multi Family and Other. The average list price of these property results is 204,057. Prices are shown as US Dollar. For more information on these homes for sale in Detroit please contact our member brokerages to schedule a showing or view an open house.

The 84 homes for sale in Detroit, MI are represented by 3 member brokerages serving the Detroit area. Member brokerages representing the 84 homes include Real Estate One, Inc., Bolton-Johnston Associates of Grosse Pointe, Realtors and Howard Hanna Real Estate Services (PA-NY-WV-MD).