Construction will begin for both developments in 2019.
Grand Haven’s Neighborhood Housing Services is offering a new grant to help homebuyers afford a home within their budget that requires some repair.
City leaders have announced details of the urban housing development that's a partnership with the Michigan Land Bank.
Two separate developments proposing condominiums in Grand Haven Township are closer to breaking ground, after public readings at last week’s Township Board meeting.
Home price growth is slowing in almost half of the major U.S. housing markets.
U.S. home sales fell for the sixth straight month in September, a sign that housing has increasingly become a weak spot for the economy.
The online public auction will take place Wednesday, Sept. 19, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Grand Haven City Council voted unanimously Monday to pursue a plan to investigate and propose solutions to a lack of affordable housing in the community.
The plans for Lakeshore Gardens include six apartment buildings and 318 parking spaces, with 156 total units ranging from one-bedroom, one-bath units to six-bedroom units.
Local businessman Steve Vink, owner of Tip-A-Few, Ray's Burgers and a parts washing company in Grand Haven, has purchased Wessel's Automobile & Tire, 102 S. Harbor Drive.
Developers from Capstone Companies are waiting for the go-ahead to begin work on a new four-unit, brownstone-style residential project that will be built on the northeast corner of that intersection.
When it comes to renting or buying a home, owners and occupants can arm themselves with information on their rights.
Spring Lake Twp. supervisor concerned
Kim VanKampen, the woman whose mission is to reinvent Spring Lake, purchased another property this week.
If you can afford it, it might be simple to pay off your mortgage earlier. But should you? That’s a complicated question.