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Living in the City of Lansing, MI

Lansing is a center for government, business, manufacturing, education, and culture in central Michigan. Though the city’s population is approximately 115,000 the area population exceeds 450,000. The city is the home of state government. The Capital Building and government buildings dominate downtown. However a variety of neighborhoods and housing options exist and there is an active redevelopment program aimed at enhancing residential, retail, and entertainment options. The city has an active convention center and is home to a variety of festivals, the Lansing Symphony, two theatre companies, museums, a Class A minor league baseball team, and Potter Park Zoo. Cultural and entertainment options abound.

Convenient commercial airline service is available from the Capital Region International Airport and Lansing’s geographic location and interstate highways makes automobile travel to all areas of Michigan easy.

It is difficult talking about the city of Lansing without including the greater Lansing area. Ease of local transportation makes the entire area very accessible for all area residents. In the area are three medical schools, two law schools, two nursing schools, the headquarters of four national insurance companies, two high tech General Motors plants, two major hospitals, a variety of technology companies including the first IBM Programming Center in the US and, of course, Michigan State University. It was recently announced that Michigan State will be the home of a $550 million Facility for Rare Isotope Beams that will draw scientists from around the globe. Broadway comes to the Lansing area at The Wharton Center for the Performing Arts on the campus of Michigan State University.

The Lansing School District is on the leading edge of education with Advanced Placement courses, programs for the Gifted and Talented, a strong Technology commitment, Magnet Schools, a Performing Arts Academy, including dance, Health Careers, an Innovative Science Curriculum and an Engineering program in conjunction with Lansing Community College and Michigan State University.

The city of Lansing has evolved from its industrial past into a diversified economic and cultural center.

Lansing Home inventory breakdown by property type

Of the 14 homes for sale in Lansing, the breakdown of property types is as follows:
93% Single Family and 7% Other.

93% Single Family
7% Other

Area details, home facts and figures

Homes for sale 14
Average Home Size 1,135 ft² / 105 m²
Price Range ($7,500 - $149,900)

Weather in Lansing

The average high temperatures in Lansing range from 30 in January to 83 in July

Average home income in Lansing

The average household income of a Lansing resident is $56,552 with an average home value of $120,212

Population of Lansing

Lansing has 162,376 residents.

Home ownership in Lansing

The average level of home ownership in Lansing is 55%.

Education breakdown of Lansing

Education levels of residents of Lansing include: highschool 22%, associate 10%, bachelor 19%, graduate 10%.

Households in Lansing

Lansing has 69,356 homes, built on average 55 years ago.

Information from in and around Lansing...

You are Viewing 1 to 14 of 14 homes for sale in Lansing. These homes are comprised of Single Family and Other. The average list price of these property results is 55,671. Prices are shown as US Dollar. For more information on these homes for sale in Lansing please contact our member brokerages to schedule a showing or view an open house.

The 14 homes for sale in Lansing, MI are represented by 2 member brokerages serving the Lansing area. Member brokerages representing the 14 homes include Real Estate One, Inc. and Howard Hanna Real Estate Services (PA-NY-WV-MD).