Search Northern Michigan Commercial Property Listings
(Contact REO Commercial for Additional Information at (231) 492-5898)
REAL ESTATE ONE COMMERCIAL GROUP OF NORTHERN MICHIGAN
Find Your Next Commercial Real Estate Opportunity - CALL US TODAY | 231.492.5898
A dedicated commercial real estate group providing turnkey
Commercial real estate sales and business opportunities for Northern Michigan.
J. Warren, Traverse City, Michigan
Would like to thank my realtor, Scott Hardy, for the great job he did selling my home and helping me find my new one. He gave me great advice on the right price to set on my home (it sold in 2 weeks) and what to offer on the condo I wanted to buy. He answered all my questions and calmed my fears with great patience, knowledge, reassurance. I can't imagine having received better or more immediate service.
Steady Growth in Northern Michigan
The 2016 population of Grand Traverse County was 92,084. Between 2000 and 2010, Grand Traverse County was the third fastest growing county in Michigan and is still top 10 in growth for the state.
Census estimates indicate the county has been averaging an annual population increase of approximately 1,000. Grand Traverse County was the fastest growing county in Michigan in 2013.
On a whole, county residents tend to have a higher than average education compared to the remainder of Michigan. The county is ranked sixth in the state with 93.3% of the population having a high school diploma or more and ranked tenth in the state with 29.6% of the population having a bachelor's degree or more.
The unemployment rate in Grand Traverse County is typically lower than the state average for the summer months mainly due to tourism. However, the county typically experiences an increase in unemployment during the winter months.
The annual unemployment rate for Grand Traverse County in 2018 was 4.7%. The State annual unemployment rate was 4.3% for 2018. (Michigan Department of Technology, Management, & Budget, & The Bureau of Labor Statistics)
Agriculture is another vital industry in the county. Michigan leads the nation in tart cherry production with Grand Traverse County ranking as the fourth highest county in the nation for growing tart cherries and the fifteenth highest county in the nation for growing sweet cherries. (U.S.D.A. Census of Agriculture)