There has been lots of interest from buyers looking to move to Suttons Bay, Mi recently. As a realtor that grew up in Suttons Bay many people ask Amber Cyman for the inside scoop on Leelanau County. Like many other Northern Michigan communities there is a shortage of homes in this beautiful town. This could be contributed to the close proximity to Traverse City, the huge rise in short term rentals and the desire by so many home buyers to live in Leelanau County. For example in March 2021 we had 39 sales with 114 days on market for an average price of $546,674. While for March 2022 we have only had 22 sales in Leelanau County with 84 days on market and an average sale price of $789,263. This reflects the drastic shortage of homes and the steep price appreciation resulting from it. If you are considering selling your home in Suttons Bay, Mi or Leelanau County in general be sure to call Amber Cyman Real Estate and have a direct link to a large group of buyers.
Living In Suttons Bay, Michigan
Leelanau County is Nationally recognized as the home of the Sleeping Bear Sand Dunes & it’s growing popularity as a emerging wine tasting destination. These 2 factors are increasing the tourist industry considerably in Suttons Bay, Mi as it is looked to as the gateway to Leelanau County. Only 20 minutes north of Traverse City it is an easy trip for those that are also trying to see all that Traverse City has to offer. Besides being a popular retirement town many residents of Suttons Bay find themselves catering to visitors on a regular basis. The tourism industry in Leelanau County is estimated to bring in over $80 million. Along with the impact many residents feel from tourism Leelanau County still has a robust agricultural base. While exploring many of the outskirts of downtown Suttons Bay you will find many thriving farms. Leelanau County Cherry Growers produce 100 million pounds of cherries regularly, more than any other county in the country. “The beauty of the Cherry Blossoms and rural character of Suttons Bay, Mi help contribute to make it such a desirable place to live.” Says Realtor Amber Cyman.