Welcome to Detroit
Welcome to the "Car Capital" of the world and the birthplace of "Motown", Detroit! The Detroit Metro area is a diverse region of large cities, country towns and lakeside communities. While most people think immediately of General Motors, Ford and Chrysler when they hear Detroit, the region, which is comprised of six counties, Wayne, Oakland, Macomb, Genesee, Livingston and Washtenaw is also rich in culture and natural beauty.
With hundreds of lakes throughout the region and vast areas of forested land, residents enjoy year-round recreational activities including fishing, ice fishing, hunting, hiking, biking, cross country skiing and boating. Cultural activities also abound at the Detroit Institute for the Arts, Museum of African American History, the Theater District in Downtown Detroit, Greenfield Village, and numerous art fairs, festivals and parades held throughout the year.
Detroit also boasts some of the best sport fans in the nation. Professional sport teams include the Detroit Pistons, Detroit Red Wings, Detroit Lions and the Detroit Tigers. No matter your favorite sport, there is a Detroit team for you to support.
Apartments in Detroit
Whether you are looking for an apartment, condo or townhome, Detroit has what you need at reasonable prices. The average cost of living is 2 percent below the national average with an average apartment costing around $600 a month.
If you are looking for nightlife, you might consider taking up residence in downtown Detroit in one of the luxury condominium developments. If you enjoy shopping, the city's historic Eastern Market could be the right place for you to live. Are you looking for a more relaxed area to call home? Look into a home in Brush Park, located within Midtown.