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Detroit is home to many distinctive neighborhoods and cultures. Check out the special buying opportunities and discounts in these selected areas; especially for buyers who have completed a homebuyer education course.

Boston Edison

Boston Edison

With a rich history and central location, historic Boston-Edison features magnificent homes from Detroit's past. The community has a rich social history with former neighborhood residents including Henry Ford and Mark Twain's daughter. The community is proud to have the oldest continuous neighborhood association in the city, the Historic Boston-Edison Association.

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Corktown

Corktown

Detroit’s oldest neighborhood is just west of Downtown. Corktown is filled with colorful, Victorian houses, family gardens and great evening entertainment options. With up-and-coming businesses in the shadow of the abandoned Michigan Central Station, this close community is a fun and active place for Detroiters.

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Downtown

Downtown

Downtown Detroit is filled some of the city’s most exciting amenities. With the beautiful River Walk, three professional sports teams, theaters, casinos and parks, the city center is full of activity. The area is full of fun bars and restaurants and has quick access to surrounding communities. Downtown is home to many large and growing corporations and is certainly a community on the rise.

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East English Village

East English Village

In the upper east side of Detroit, East English Village (EEV) has easy access to downtown and neighboring cities, plenty of shopping options, public and private schools and an active community. EEV is an excellent choice for families and individual homeowners looking for a supportive community. EEV prides itself on a diverse neighborhood, active residents and unique architecture.

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Grandmont Rosedale

Grandmont Rosedale

Grandmont Rosedale is a stable community with high quality, custom built homes on beautiful tree-lines streets. Situated in North West Detroit, Grandmont Rosedale is comprised of five distinct neighborhoods that work together as one community. With a seasonal farmer's market, parks, historic homes and a variety of local stores and services, Grandmont Rosedale is where you belong.

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Marygrove/University

Marygrove/University

The University District is located east of Livernois Avenue and west of Parkside Street, between Seven Mile and McNichols (6 Mile Rd). The area is known for the 53-acre campus of Marygrove College, which has been a Detroit landmark since 1927. Active community groups aim to provide a family-friendly and diverse community which honors the integrity of the historic neighborhood.

 

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Midtown

Midtown

Midtown is the city’s cultural hub with some of the best galleries and museums. It also boasts a vibrant blend of housing with historical and new construction, affordable and luxurious, townhouses and lofts. The neighborhood has great restaurants, shops, and nightlife, plus Wayne State University and College for Creative Studies.

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Morningside

Morningside

In South East Detroit, the MorningSide community features spacious, historical homes with tree-filled yards and streets. The neighborhood has a strong retail community and active residents who focus on neighborhood beautification and revitalization. MorningSide prides itself on being a beautiful, cooperative community.

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Southwest Detroit

Southwest Detroit

Southwest is one of the most dense and culturally diverse neighborhoods in Detroit. Known as Mexican Town, the community has many Mexican-American families and participates in cultural celebrations throughout the year. With numerous grocery stores, parks, murals and beautiful neighborhoods, Southwest Detroit is a unique and lively area of the city.

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The Villages

The Villages

The Villages offer a variety of quiet, quaint and quirky living styles. Located along the Detroit River just east of Downtown, the six distinct neighborhoods have a range of housing options from historic brick homes to edgy lofts. The community is full of close-knit residents who are passionate about the city and plan regular community events, like the Tashmoo Biergarden, all year long.

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