Troy, MI

Troy–Safe, Fun, Diverse for Residents

Residents have a lot to smile about in Troy. Families, singles and seniors live side-by-side in Troy thanks to the housing choices available within the community.

Troy’s housing market is rock solid. Mature neighborhoods, new construction, lakefront living, spacious apartments, luxury condominiums, and active senior citizen communities are all living options. People appreciate living in Troy and property in Troy is appreciating back!

Troy is safe—in fact, Morgan Quitno Press recently named Troy the safest city in Michigan with a population of 75,000 or more and the 6th safest city in the U.S. with a population over 75,000.

Troy is fun—it’s just minutes away from the cultural offerings of a big city. Any place you want to be in the metro Detroit area is easily accessible from Troy.

Troy is diverse. In fact, Troy is the second-most diverse city in Michigan. More than 80 different languages are spoken here. A variety of ethnic dance, music, fashion and interactive displays are featured at programs throughout the year.

These are just a few of the reasons more than 85,000 people call Troy “home.”

TROY HOUSING FACTS
Average 2005 Selling Price of:
Residential $332,076
Condominium $226,933

Price Range of Homes $94,000-$1,100,000
Price Range of Condominiums $105,000-$465,947

Average Single Family Home Assessment $152,430
Average Single Family Home Taxable Value $121,749
Average Tax Levy for Assessed Value with 2005 Millage rates, and Troy School District residency $5,453.00

 


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