Frequently Asked Questions: Buying a Single-Family Home in Michigan
What is a single-family home?
A single-family home is a residential building on a privately-owned lot of land specifically intended to accommodate only one family or household. Although most single family homes in the country are detached, standalone structures, the U.S. Census Bureau also considers some attached properties as being single family, namely semi-detached and townhouses/row homes. However, these connected dwellings must be entirely separated from their adjacent structures through a ground-to-roof wall.
How many single-family homes for sale are available in Michigan?
If you're interested in buying a 1 family house in Michigan, you can check out the 17,356 single family homes listed on Point2. Be sure to use the filtering options available and browse based on your desired number of beds/baths or square footage. For recent builds, you can check the New Construction checkbox and get a list of new single-family homes for sale.
How much do single-family homes cost in Michigan?
On Point2, the price of a one-family house for sale in Michigan, be it detached or semi-detached, ranges from $10,000 to $18,000,000. The Price Drop checkbox is particularly helpful if you're looking for bargains. And be sure to also use the price filter and browse listings based on your specific budget.
If you want to search for cheap single-family homes under a specific price point, you can use these quick filters: