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About Us

Your choice of a Realtor in the Grand Rapids, Michigan area is the most important decision a prospective home buyer or seller can make.  We will tap into the market and find you what you are looking for by researching background information on any particular property to find out how long a property has been on the market, the price paid by the seller, etc.   This useful and invaluable information comes in handy when negotiating the best possible price.

Whether you are interested in buying or selling real estate in the western Michigan area of Grand Rapids, you can count on me to guide you through the process every step of the way.  Now is especially a great time to buy rental properties and negotiating has never been easier. 

We serve the Grand Rapids area, including Big Rapids, Grandville, Holland, Muskegon, Zeeland, Rockford, Walker and Wyoming and the surrounding counties of Kent, Mecosta, Montcalm, Ionia, and Ottawa. 

When you work with Maury, his focus is getting you top dollar for your current home and helping you understand how to make an intelligent decision when purchasing your next home.  Your needs are his number one priority - not a quick sale. He is committed to helping you purchase your next home which is suitable to your needs as a buyer.
Maury Medina works for you.  He is a top producer in the Grand Rapids real estate market.  He has the experience to insure a smooth real estate transaction whether you are buying or selling a first home, the family estate or a maintenance free condo.  When it comes to real estate in the Grand Rapids, Michigan area, you have come to the right place.

About Grand Rapids:
Grand Rapids being the largest city in Kent County and the second largest city in Michigan makes this town “The Grand City” of western Michigan.  Our city presents a small town feel with an urban elegance.  Grand Rapids has more than one million citizens in the metro area.  With big city offerings and a wealth of natural resources, outdoor activities and recreation are sought after all year long. 

Serve up a small town where the Grand River flows through downtown where fisherman can be seen fishing for salmon and trout.  There were once rapids in the Grand River and that is where the name Grand Rapids came from.