Sue Berger, Gladwin MI Real Estate Agent

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Sue Berger
Gladwin MI
location_on Gladwin, MI
Get to Know Sue Berger

Gladwin area resident since 1980,   Sue previously lived in Utica (Detroit area) before making Gladwin her home. Mother of 4,  3 sons and 1 daughter,  8 grandchildren with the newest addition born March 27, 2008, Luke Andrew.  

Formerly a full time realtor for Gladwin,  Beaverton,  Harrison,  and surrounding areas.  Designations were ABR (Buyers Agent),  e-PRO (only certified National Association of realtors approved internet specialist). 

Researching new areas associated with realestate,  in photography and networking. 

 

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Sugar Springs a planned community development encompassing approximately 4000 acres,  halfway between Gladwin and West Branch and about 2 1/2 hours from Detroit.  Two all sports lakes,  Lake Lancer and Lake Lancelot,  an 18-Hole Championship Golf Course,  Pro Shop, Club House & Lounge,  Olympic Size Indoor Swimming Pool, Tennis & Basketball Courts, Cross Country Skiing Trails,  Grass Air Strip,  Campgrounds, Archery Range,  and Activity Center,  and some of the most beautiful homes in Gladwin County.

Secord Lake  -  2200 Acre all sports Secord Lake with 90 miles of shore line traveling in and out of state land,  plenty of sandy beach areas for swimming and quiet spots for fishing.   Two marinas, a party store,  Lost Arrow where you can dock your boat,  fine dine or eat pizza on the outdoor patio.  The Secord Eagles Social Club with planned activities all year long. Secord Lake the hot spot for your up north fun and year round living.

ABOUT MICHIGAN Michigan, upper midwestern state of the United States. It consists of two peninsulas thrusting into the Great Lakes and has borders with Ohio and Indiana (S), Wisconsin (W), and the Canadian province of Ontario (N,E). Area, 58,216 sq mi (150,779 sq km). Pop. (2000) 9,938,444, a 6.9% increase since the 1990 census. Capital, Lansing. Largest city, Detroit. Motto, Si Quaeris Peninsulam Amoenam Circumspice [If You Seek a Pleasant Peninsula, Look about You]. State bird, robin. State flower, apple blossom. State tree, white pine. The northern Michigan wilds, numerous inland lakes, and some 3,000 mi (4,800 km) of shoreline, combined with a pleasantly cool summer climate, have long attracted vacationers. In the winter Michigan's snow-covered hills bring skiers from all over the Midwest. Places of interest in the state include Greenfield Village, a re-creation of a 19th-century American village, and the Henry Ford Museum, both at Dearborn ; Pictured Rocks and Sleeping Bear Dunes national lakeshores; and Isle Royal National Park. Lansing is the capital, and Detroit is the largest city. Other major cities are Grand Rapids, Warren, Flint and Ann Arbor. Manufacturing accounts for 30% of Michigan's economic production, more than twice as much as any other sector. The manufacture of automobiles and transportation equipment is by far the state's chief industry, and Detroit, Dearborn, Flint, Pontiac, and Lansing are historic centers of automobile production, although the industry is now in dramatic decline throughout the state. The automobile industry's mass-production methods, developed here, were the core of the early-20th-century industrial revolution. The chemical industry in Midland is one of the nation's largest; Kalamazoo is an important paper-manufacturing and pharmaceuticals center; Grand Rapids is noted for its furniture, and Battle Creek for its breakfast foods. Although mining contributes less to income in the state than either agriculture or manufacturing, Michigan still has important nonfuel mineral production, chiefly of iron ore, cement, sand, and gravel, and is a leading producer of peat, bromine, calcium-magnesium chloride, gypsum, and magnesium compounds

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Retired realtor in the Gladwin area. Born & raised in Utica (Detroit area) about 2 1/2 hours from Gladwin.