Cheryl Grant – A Trusted Name in Grand Rapids, MI Real Estate

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Grand Rapids, MI Real Estate Info for Home Buyers and Sellers

If you’re buying or selling a home, or relocating to Grand Rapids, turn to a name you can trust for the best service in Grand Rapids, MI Real Estate! For more than a decade, Cheryl Grant was the trusted name and face thousands of viewers turned to for their news. Now, people are turning to her to help them with one of life’s biggest investments—their home.

As a leading Grand Rapids, MI Realtor, Cheryl utilizes the same qualities she used to rise to the top in her television news career to help you buy or sell a home. Her drive and trusted approach help both buyers and sellers be successful when it comes to all their real estate needs.

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Cheryl Grant knows Grand Rapids neighborhoods the way only a news person can. Her outstanding customer service has earned her the Angie’s List 2013 Super Service Award!

If you’d like to get familiar with Grand Rapids, MI real estate neighborhoods, follow our links to our community pages. Her focus is on the communities of Grand Rapids, East Grand Rapids, Forest Hills, and Ada, with special expertise in local urban neighborhoods such as Eastown, Ottawa Hills, Heritage Hill, Fulton Heights, Cheshire Village / Creston,  East Hills, Marywood, Cascade and more. However, she frequently represents buyers and sellers throughout West Michigan communities within the Grand Rapids CMA in areas such as Rockford, Lowell, Caledonia, Byron Center, Kentwood, Wyoming, Grandville, and outlying areas as well. Please visit the community pages to learn more about Grand Rapids, MI area neighborhoods and communities.  Contact A Trusted Name in Grand Rapids Real Estate—call Cheryl Grant today at (616) 822-3206 or contact us by email for a free consultation.

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Grand Rapids Real Estate News: Recovery Broadens as More Markets See Price Increases

Home prices were on the rise again last month, but in a stark contrast to last year, price increases were more generalized and less concentrated to just a few metro pockets, according to realtor.com’s May 2014 National Housing Trend Report. In May, the median list price of homes was $214,900 nationwide, an 8 percent increase […]

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Can You Buy a House in Grand Rapids with No Money Down?

In this Keys to Your Home article by Cheryl Grant, she explores some of the latest options and circumstances where downpayment assistance is available under the MSHDA’s programs. Many first time buyers think they’ve missed the boat on buying a home with low-to-no money down following the housing bubble collapse of 2007, or in subsequent […]

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