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Dearborn Relocation

If you have been hired by Ford Motor Company or another company in Southeastern Michigan then a Dearborn relocation may be for you.  Dearborn was Henry Ford's town.  Founded in 1786 and incorporated as a city in 1929, Dearborn, Michigan is the eighth largest city in the state, and the second largest city in Wayne County. First settled in the late 18th century by French farmers in a series of ribbon farms along the Rouge River and the Sauk Trail, the community grew with the establishment of the Detroit Arsenal on the Chicago Road linking Detroit and Chicago.  More than 98,000 residents call Dearborn “home” and benefit from exceptional City services. The city even owned a campground out in the Milford area called Camp Dearborn.  They also owned condos in Florida at one time.  

The industrial tax base earned from Ford Motor company helps the city's coffers.  Internationally recognized as the birthplace of Henry Ford, Dearborn is where auto and steel manufacturing, green beltways, fields of sunflowers and wildlife dwell side by side. The city is a regional center for employment, health care services, higher education, shopping and transportation along with outstanding cultural, environmental and visitor attractions.  If you would like a Dearborn relocation guide email me at yesmyrealtor@gmail.com  

So what is Dearborn Michigan like?  Today Dearborn has one of the biggest Arabic populations in the U.S.  Whenever there is a Muslim or Arabic news story the news crews are coming to Dearborn.  There are great Arabic bakeries, and restaurants in Dearborn now.

If you are relocating to Dearborn you will like that the city has a wide variety of homes to fit every price range.  Everybody from Ford executives to Ford factory workers lived in Dearborn MI over the years.  It is a mix of blue collar and white collar workers.  There are big sprawling ranches, beautiful colonials, and small bungalows and ranches.    Whatever size of home you want you will find in the city.  You will be able to find a home with a fenced yard here.   

The City of Dearborn offers first time home buyers and experienced home buyers so many choices in regards to styles and sizes of homes.  Some examples include...

  • Historic homes built in 1919 and 1920
  • Brick and/or sided bungalows, colonials, ranches and more built primarily in the 1920's, 30's, 40's, 50's and 60's. 
  • Some infill newer construction homes 
  • Condominiums recently built that are adjacent to the new downtown development in West Dearborn...walking distance to many  shops and restaurants.
  • Private gated community condominiums and patio homes
  • Luxury condominiums and homes backing to lush Dearborn golf courses.

 

The median home value in Dearborn is $104,800. Dearborn home values have gone up 21.3% over the past year and they predict that they will rise another 8.9% within the next calendar year. The median list price per square foot in Dearborn is $72, which is lower than the Detroit Metro average of $104. The median price of homes currently listed in Dearborn is $124,900 while the median price of homes that sold is $110,300. The median rent price in Dearborn is $1,100, which is higher than the Detroit Metro median of $875.

Dearborn is unique in that it has two downtowns.  Old Dearborn where the City Hall is and then the newer downtown on Michigan Avenue between Evergreen and Telegraph.  The new downtown is full of restaurants, coffee shops, and shops.  In Dearborn you will find Fairlane Mall that has so many shops to satisfy your shopaholic.  You will also find more stores along Ford Rd east of Southfield.  So finding what you need is not hard to do in the city.

Dearborn Schools are good schools to prepare your child for college.  What is really nice is that your children do not even have to leave home to go to college.  University of Michigan's Dearborn Campus and Henry Ford community college is by Fairlane Mall.  What more could you want.

Of course Henry Ford and Ford Motor company made sure that the city had acres of park land and a great recreation center. With 43 public parks and annual community gatherings like our Dearborn Homecoming celebration, the city fosters a sense of community and belonging that has allowed Dearborn, MI to be a melting pot of cultures that have learned to work, play, and live together while sharing with and respecting each other So if you are looking for something to do in the city you may want to try the Dearborn Symphony, Greenfield Village, or the Henry Ford Museum.  Greenfield Village includes nine historic districts,  Lincoln's chair that he was shot in, Edison's workshop, the notable Wright Cycle Shop and the Noah Webster House.  You could spend a week at Greenfield Village and the Henry Ford Museum and not even touch all of it.  So much history and artifacts in one area.  If you have not been you need to go.

Here are the 10 largest employers in Dearborn

 

  Company # of Employees
1 Ford 7,992
2 Oakwood Health System 5,833
3 Severstal North America 4,900
4 Percepta 4,450
5 Visteon 4,300
6 Lear 2,500
7 Dearborn Board of Education 2,032
8 Auto Club of Michigan 1,664
9 United Technologies Auto 1,200
10 Henry Ford Community College 1,000

 If you are relocating to Dearborn you will be glad to know that Detroit's Metro Airport is just 10 minutes away.  It is so easy to get to work no matter where you work.  I-94 is close by, Southfield Expressway and Telegraph Road cut through the city, so it is easy to get anywhere in the Metro Detroit area.

 

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