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Michigan is forecasted to get through its economic collapse, owing to the promising numbers put forth by the state’s real estate market. The Michigan State Housing Development Authority broadcasted the forecast at the start of the annual Building Michigan Communities. As quoted in an article posted on Housing Wire last April 29, 2014:

“The state’s housing industry is helping to spur Michigan’s economic turnaround,” MSHDA Executive Director Scott Woosley said.

“Consumer demand is getting stronger and consumer confidence is returning to prerecession levels. We’re anticipating robust need for new housing construction throughout much of the state as we enter the building season.”

This spells great news for those intending to put up a home in Michigan and to the existing residents as well. What is even more fortunate is that home improvement professionals such as Tittle Brothers Construction are available to turn the forecast into reality for potential and current property owners.

For almost a decade, the company has been providing excellent solutions for siding, window replacement, and roofing in Troy MI, and the neighboring areas. This has equipped their team with the experience necessary in delivering workmanship that boosts property aesthetics, and increases its value. In addition, the company is factory-trained by leading brand GAF, which further add to their arsenal and allows them to offer results that come with excellent returns on clients’ investments.

As among the few award-winning roofing contractors in Troy MI, and the nearby areas, Tittle Brother Construction is also deep-rooted in ethical practices. Hence, property owners need not worry about handing over their structures to a team that does not know how to respect it. Personalized solutions also stand in line for clients. In this way, they will be more proud to move into the property they built, or sell it to prospective buyers.

(Article sourced from There’s hope for Michigan, Housing Wire, April 29, 2014)