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Tim Sova and The Tim Sova Team are Livingston County real estate experts who will guide home buyers and sellers through the entire real estate process. Our extensive knowledge of Livingston, Western Oakland, Genesee, and Washtenaw County areas of Southeast Michigan and combined decades of expertise in the local real estate market is extremely valuable to helping you achieve your goals. For quality service and personal attention during your real estate transaction, contact Tim Sova and The Tim Sova Team for all your home buying and selling needs. We want to be your Michigan real estate agents!
With a mixture of farm, city, rural, residential, waterfront, commercial properties, and plenty of room for expansion, Livingston County, Western Oakland, Genesee, and Washtenaw Counties of Southeastern Michigan are strategically located for those choosing to commute to Ann Arbor Michigan, Lansing Michigan, Flint Michigan, or Metro Detroit Michigan. Properties in these areas range from gently rolling hills and waterfront properties of the Huron River, and Rouge River watersheds to flat areas of farmland in western Livingston County.
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