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Hall & Hunter Realtors was founded on one guiding principle: to be Michigan’s premier, locally-owned and operated real estate firm. More than 65 years later, that vision has transformed into a powerful legacy of trust and extraordinary client service based on competency, integrity and personalized attention.
When you choose our Hall & Hunter Realtors team, you are putting your trust in the most talented, experienced, and technologically savvy Realtors® in the Metro Detroit area. We are committed to setting new standards for extraordinary customer service as well as providing our clients with intimate community knowledge and expertise. Our team is comprised of more than 80 experienced real estate professionals, providing superior service out of our conveniently located office in downtown Birmingham.
We offer an award-winning relocation team with international reach through network affiliations such as Christie’s International Real Estate®, Leading Real Estate Companies of the World® and Who’s Who in Luxury Real Estate®. Our in-house mortgage, title, advertising, and marketing departments make the buying and selling of a home a straightforward process.
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Seize the opportunity to acquire this landmark historic jewel in the heart of the Metamora Hunt Country. Experience the sights & sounds of the horses, hounds & carriages. To take full advantage of the desired country lifestyle, Green Barns Farm features 71 magnificent acres of land w/ woods, meadows, trails, pasture area, 3 adjoining ponds, 2 artesian wells, the Flint River & has 2,392 feet of road frontage.
4350 Barber Road | Metamora Twp.
For more information, contact Gail Grout at +1 248 941 3084
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OUTDOOR INSIDER: House plant care tip—when to water house plants.
Overwatering is one of the most common causes of houseplant death. If you’re not sure how much to water, it’s better to err on the dry side than to give your plants too much moisture.
All houseplants have slightly different watering requirements, depending on how they are grown and changes in plant growth through the seasons. Therefore, it’s best to water on an as-needed basis rather than by a set calendar schedule. In general, plants grown in well-drained soil in an appropriate-size container should be watered when the top 1/2 to 1 inch of soil feels dry. Cacti and succulents need less water; flowering plants usually need slightly more.
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