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245 MAIN ST. , BELLEVILLE - MI 48111

About Therese Antonelli

After over 10 years in the hospitality industry, I was ready for a change. I started the second phase of my career in 2011 when I became a Realtor.I have my CDPE designation which provided me with the knowledge to help sellers sell their distressed properties though Short Sales and Redemption Sales and help buyers buy distressed properties. I am proficient in aiding buyers but short sales, HUD homes, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac properties and other REO properties.I was born in Wayne County and spent most of my life there.

I also called Livingston County home for several years. With this knowledge of areas and market trends in a variety of areas, I consider myself a Tri-County Agent working from as far South as Belleville to as far North as Fenton. In 2014, I became a broker and opened up my own company MOVING THE MITTEN REAL ESTATE GROUP. I have two friendly, knowledgeable agents ready to assist!I am a full-time Realtor, available 7 days a week! Call me when you're ready to buy or sell! I would be happy to guide you through this confusing, but rewarding Real Estate Market!

Therese Antonelli

Moving The Mitten Real Estate Group

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Certified Distressed Property Expert Designation (CDPE)
Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity (FHEO)
REALTOR®
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Risks And Rewards Of Selling Your Home Without A Realtor

Risks And Rewards Of Selling Your Home Without A Realtor

From the perspective of a home buyer, the position of a real estate agent can seem unjustified in its existence. Why in the world would you pay someone 6% commission on the total sale price of your home, just so that they can set up a couple signs in the yard and do some paperwork? On the face of it, it seems utterly preposterous; why not just sell your home without a ...

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The Do’s And Don’ts Of The Real Estate Code Of Ethics

The Do’s And Don’ts Of The Real Estate Code Of Ethics

In the real estate business, it’s no secret that flexible morals have had a presence in the field since the very beginning. Whether it’s real estate agents that conceal vital information to make the deal go through or real estate developers cutting corners on multi-million dollar housing projects, this business has a reputation for being less-than-reputable. ...

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How A Good Bio Can Kickstart Your Real Estate Career

How A Good Bio Can Kickstart Your Real Estate Career

As a real estate agent, it’s no secret that marketing is the key to good sales numbers. You’re not just selling real estate; you’re selling yourself. How you are perceived as a professional is the most important, most crucial and most notable aspect of your job. Regardless which region you live in, what type of real estate you sell or what you do in ...

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Real Estate Niche: Green Homes

Real Estate Niche: Green Homes

Life in the 21st century is coming with some very welcome changes. Nowadays, it’s becoming more approachable to have a lifestyle that allows you to live more harmoniously with your environment. We're heading towards a much broader path towards sustainability. People are looking into what a sustainable lifestyle would ask of them, and what changes they would have ...

How Your Appearance Affects Your Sales

How Your Appearance Affects Your Sales

As a real estate professional, you’ve probably heard one person or another talk about “dressing for success” while they show you their new watch or tailored suit. This expression is used broadly in a lot of different ways, but in the world of real estate it actually holds a lot more meaning than you might imagine. A crucial aspect of working as a ...

 

Real Estate Glossary Terms

  • Building Code

    A Building code – also referred to as building control or building regulations – is a set of rules by which a construction project needs to abide. Building codes are geocentric; that is, they are determined by their localization and can change from region to region. For instance: one ne ...

  • Heterogeneous

    Mixed assortment of either housing styles in a residential development or mixed zoning uses in an urban development plan. For example, heterogeneous nondevelopment residential are has many different housing architectures resulting from independent contractors building different style houses at diffe ...

  • Loss Settlement Amount

    In homeowners insurance, usually an 80% coinsurance requirement, which means the insured must carry insurance on the value of a home on a replacement cost basis of at least 80%. For example, a home is worth $200,000, and a fire does $50,000 damage. If there is $150,000 of insurance, it may appear th ...

  • Means Test

    Principle that holds that social insurance programs should be for the benefit of lower socioeconomic segments of society and not for that segment of society that does not require financial assistance. ...

  • Statute Of Limitations

    Period, set by law, after which a damage claim cannot be made. Limits are set by individual states and usually range from one to seven years. ...

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