Communities We Serve
We server and focus on Grand Rapids and the Greater Grand Rapids Communities. We love our communities and are passionate in making sure we find the one that is the right fit for our clients. Take a look at some of the communities we serve.
Ada has come a long way since it was founded in 1821 by fur trader Rix Robinson. Today, it's home to more than 13,000 residents and comprised of great neighborhoods, abundant recreational activities and thriving businesses.
Nestled near the convergence of the Grand and Thornapple Rivers, the Ada community offers the perfect place to live, work and play, blending more than 1,000 acres of public land and parks with progressive business, award-winning education and an active community.
Cascade Township, MI
Cascade Charter Township is situated in the southeastern section of Kent County, approximately 10 miles southeast of Grand Rapids. One of the most defining features of the Township is the Thornapple River, which divides the Township into east and west halves. Originally a part of Ada Township, Cascade sought separation in 1848.
Grand Rapids, MI
Looking for a growing modern metro city to call home? Then check out Grand Rapids and experience the beautiful parks, art, music, beer, and food that this wonderful city has to offer.
The city of Ionia is nestled about half way between Grand Rapid and Lansing and close to the highway, making this rural community perfect for commuters.
The City of Kentwood was incorporated in 1967 by the vote of more than 6,000 residents, officially transforming Paris Township into Kentwood. Since that time, Kentwood has grown into a thriving community, home to more than 50,000 people. Recently, the City's 49508 zip code was recognized as the "hottest" in the country by Realtor.com.
Lowell is located in the Southeastern section of Kent County, approximately 30 miles from downtown Grand Rapids. This beautiful bedroom community offers homeowners and business owners the kinds of services they would expect from a modern and growing community.
Rockford is a vibrant community, thanks to an involved citizen base, an engaged business community and a focused city organization. There is always something happening somewhere in Rockford.
From the new Rockford Historical Museum to the historic Krause Library, Blues concerts in the summer and art fairs in the fall, America’s Favorite Farm Market, the largest Relay for Life event in the country, a nationally recognized 5K event to raise funds and awareness for Duchenne muscular dystrophy through MDA, parades, fireworks and horse drawn carriage rides, Rockford is a community that is easy to call home.