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Old 07-24-2019, 10:33 PM
 
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I believe the north part of Oak Park (north of 696) would be the best bang for your buck, you have huntington woods on the east side and Berkley on the north side and your kids will be able to go to Berkley schools, it's very safe and you're not paying Berkley or Huntington Woods crazy prices! And you're centrally located to get anywhere easily!
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Old 08-19-2019, 03:14 PM
 
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The suburbs fell?
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Old 08-20-2019, 12:28 AM
 
Location: Detroit
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The suburbs fell?
Lol not a chance.
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Old 09-08-2019, 08:37 PM
 
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How would you all rate different metro detroit inner ring cities or cities with in 30 min drive from downtown based on Letter rating. I read about the rating of neighborhoods, description below, and wondering how our neighborhood would be classified.

F = Warzone. Gunfire. Law Enforcement doesn't want to be there
D = Low Income. Section 8.
C =Working Class. Blue Collar. Typically great residents.
B = Educated. Engineers. Dual income. High Middle Class.
A = Doctors, Attorneys, etc. Affluent.
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Old 09-09-2019, 07:02 AM
 
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For the west side, in order from least to most affluent:

F = Warzone. Gunfire. Law Enforcement doesn't want to be there
Inkster
D = Low Income. Section 8.
Wayne
Garden City
Redford
C =Working Class. Blue Collar. Typically great residents.
Westland (Some parts are D)
Dearborn Heights
Dearborn
Livonia
Farmington
Canton (straddles B and C)
B = Educated. Engineers. Dual income. High Middle Class.
Farmington Hills (straddles B and C)
South Lyon/Lyon Township
Plymouth
Novi (straddles A and B)
A = Doctors, Attorneys, etc. Affluent.
Northville
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Old 09-09-2019, 04:03 PM
 
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For fun, I attempted Oakland County, based on my observations. There is always a lot of variability within each, and subjectivity as well.

Primarily A:
Birmingham A
Bloomfield Hills A

Mixed A/B
Novi A-
Franklin A-
Oakland Township A-
Bloomfield Township B+
Huntington Woods B+
Pleasant Ridge B+
Rochester Hills B+
Troy B+

Primarily B:
Clarkston B
Rochester B
South Lyon B
Wixom B
Beverly Hills B
Bingham Farms B
Commerce Township B
Lyon Township B
Orchard Lake Village B
West Bloomfield Township B

Mixed More B than C:
Auburn Hills B-
Berkley B-
Farmington B-
Farmington Hills B-
Ferndale B-
Independence Township B-
Royal Oak B-
Lake Orion B-
Milford B-
Milford Township B-
Oxford B-
Walled Lake B-

Primarily C:
Clawson C
Lathrup Village C
Madison Heights C
Orion Township C
White Lake Township C
Wolverine Lake C

Mixed More C than D:
Hazel Park C-
Groveland Township C-
Highland Township C-
Holly C-
Holly Township C-
Leonard C-
Keego Harbor C-
Ortonville C-
Sylvan Lake C-
Oak Park C-
Southfield C-
Waterford Township C-

Mixed D to F:
Pontiac F
Royal Oak Township F

Too small and/or don't know enough to assign a grade
Lake Angelus N/A
Brandon Township N/A
Oxford Township N/A
Springfield Township N/A
Addison Township N/A
Novi Township N/A
Rose Township N/A
Southfield Township N/A
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Old 09-10-2019, 08:52 AM
 
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For fun, I attempted Oakland County, based on my observations. There is always a lot of variability within each, and subjectivity as well.

Interesting review, I did not know Oakland county had that many cities with in it. Interested how there are so many B/C cities. I guess it makes sense
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Old 09-10-2019, 01:23 PM
 
Location: Grosse Ile Michigan
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For fun, I attempted Oakland County, based on my observations. There is always a lot of variability within each, and subjectivity as well.

N/A
Missed Northville. At least the half that is in Oakland County.
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Old 09-10-2019, 01:39 PM
 
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I just grabbed a list of municipalities. I actually forget there is a bit of residential Northville in Oakland, the bulk and the surrounding Township fall into Wayne.

That said, that ABCDF grading school isn't all encompasing. So many communities have variation within various sections and neighborhoods.

Just by demographic make-up of the region we have an abundance of B & C type households.
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Old 09-10-2019, 01:54 PM
 
Location: Grosse Ile Michigan
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I just grabbed a list of municipalities. I actually forget there is a bit of residential Northville in Oakland, the bulk and the surrounding Township fall into Wayne.

That said, that ABCDF grading school isn't all encompasing. So many communities have variation within various sections and neighborhoods.

Just by demographic make-up of the region we have an abundance of B & C type households.
Actually most of Northville is in Oakland county. A small piece in the south is in Wayne County. (I grew up just outside of Northville and we had a Northville address although we attended South Lyon Schools).

I would put Northville at A.

Your ranking of Royal Oak surprised me Based on rental prices I thought it would be higher, but I do not know a lot about the residential part of royal oak.
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