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As part of the famed Inland Waterway, Pickerel Lake is an attractive yet sometimes overlooked real estate market in Northern Michigan. Pickerel Lake real estate can be dynamic in its features and price point, making the market uniquely nuanced. Whether buying or selling on Pickerel Lake, it is important to work with an expert who understands this market intimately. As a lifelong resident of this area with over a decade working in the Pickerel Lake real estate market, I am well positioned to guide you through your buying or selling process. Here are just a few of the reasons I am the best Pickerel Lake Real Estate agent to assist you:

Lake Nuances

I recognize that not all Pickerel Lake homes for sale are the same, just as not all parts of the lake…

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Defining the Lake Michigan Real Estate Market as a single entity is misleading, and does a disservice to buyers and sellers alike. While there are a few common elements found in most Lake Michigan real estate, there are innumerable nuances that separate one property or community from the next along the lower peninsula’s western edge. As an owner on Lake Michigan, you already realize the unique characteristics of your real estate. As you look to sell, educating buyers on those features is an important first step on the road to closing.

What Makes Your Property Special?

When placing your Lake Michigan real estate for sale, it is important to harken back to the things that drew you to the home to begin with. It’s very likely that you were at one point…

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Crooked Lake at a Glance:

  • Maximum depth is 50 feet.
  • Shoreline: 16.3 miles
  • Water Acreage: 2,351 acres
  • Primary Inflows: Mud Creek, Cedar Creek, and Minnehaha Creek
  • Primary Outflows: Crooked River
  • Crooked Lake, in conjunction with Pickerel, Round, and Spring Lake make up the headwaters for the Inland Waterway.
  • The three small communities around Crooked Lake (Conway, Oden, and Ponshewaing) are all remnants from when settlements sprung up due to the influx of tourists the Grand Rapids and Indiana railroads brought to the area.



  • Black Crappie, Bluegill, Brown Bullhead, Brown Trout, Green Sunfish, Lake Trout, Largemouth Bass, Muskellunge, Northern Pike, Pumpkinseed Sunfish, Rock Bass, Smallmouth Bass,…
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Navigating Harbor Springs homes for sale can sometimes seem imposing. There are so many communities, associations, and attractions to consider! From ski in condos, to golf course homes, to palatial lakefront estates, Harbor Springs has something for everyone! There are a few keys to the Harbor Springs buying process that will help you ultimately find your dream property. 

Let Your Lifestyle Rule

Instead of focusing on the particulars of Harbor Springs real estate listings, the better first step is to think about what attracts you to the area. How do you envision spending your days in Harbor Springs? Perhaps you are a winter enthusiast drawn to the exceptional skiing offered at local resorts. You may aspire to spend your days enjoying the quaint…

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