*About the Real Estate Investor’s Bus Tour
Join real estate attorney and investor David Soble and real estate investor Brian Adamson, when we leave promptly at Noon on Sunday, (next date to be announced) to see some of Detroit’s most promising and booming west side neighborhoods. Filled with opportunity, we will view the homes and businesses in these diverse neighborhoods. Come learn what these areas have to offer for the active real estate investor.
The tour will start off in the highly coveted Bagley Community with the adjacent Green Acres and Fitzgerald neighborhoods before we head over to Grandmont and Rosedale. There we’ll make a brief stop for a Detroit- themed boxed lunch provided by Detroit’s own “LunchBrake” (lunch is included in the tour). Then were off to see the Grandmont and Rosedale neighborhoods, along with the Brightmoor district – all of these share the same zip codes and are some of the richest and poorest neighborhoods in Detroit, respectively.
Then we’ll head over to nearby Cody Rouge, which has been capturing the attention of savvy investors over the past several years. Nestled in what is also known as Warrendale, this neighborhood has seen a 4X increase in real estate values in the last two years alone. Much of the interest in this neighborhood is driven by it’s proximity to Dearborn/Dearborn Heights and Redford. These areas have similar architecture but vastly lower prices. The Skillman Foundation, Huntington Bank, the City of Detroit and Quicken Loans have committed to investing more than $20 Million into the Cody-Rouge area. This neighborhood is on the far west side, bordering Detroit’s western suburbs.
Finally, we’ll end our neighborhood tour at our “mystery spot:” an iconic Detroit “dive” bar for refreshments and a brief real estate mixer. Then we’ll head back to our place of origin in Farmington Hills.
We’re looking forward to a great afternoon and hope that you’ll join us.
Tour Guided By Detroit Real Estate Experts
Tour Visits 5+ West Side Neighborhoods
Detroit Themed Box Lunch Included
Tour Ends With A Real Estate “Mixer” at an Iconic Detroit “Dive” Bar