Birmingham foreclosures MI

Birmingham is a affluent city in Oakland County Michigan. As of the census in 2000 there were 19291 people living in Birmingham MI.  Birmingham has a central shopping district that draws people from all over the area.  Many of the stores are “high end” catering to the wealthy.

Birmingham’s bars and restaurants also tend to draw the yuppie, professional crowd.  A little more “high end” and refined would be how I would describe the area.  Birmingham MI is fairly young with 35% of it’s population between 25-44 years old.

Just because it is affluent area doesn’t mean Birmingham residentsdon’t like nature.  Birmingham has over 22 parks with over 30 acres to walk or play with the kids.

As of March 10, 2009 there were 30 Birmingham foreclosure homes. Like all Michigan cities they too are having people that have lost their home.  Whether you are rich or poor Michigan’s economy is affecting us all.

Here is a link to see the Latest Birmingham MI foreclosures

Or you can get the latest Birmingham MI homes for sale emailed to you or you can just search for what Metro Detroit homes are for sale on you own on my website


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