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Welcome to the Midland area! As one of the three key counties in the Great Lakes Bay Region, Midland is a unique community combining the best attributes of small town America with some of the advantages of much larger communities. Ranked number 11 by bizjournal.com's America Dreamtown survey in 2008, Midland was recognized for its enviable lifestyle and strong economy characterized by moderate cost of living, first-class educational systems, and good access to big-city attractions. Home to two Fortune 500 companies, The Dow Chemical Company and Dow Corning Corporation, Midlander's are proud of its slogan, "The city of Modern Explorers." We think you'll agree- the Midland area is a great place to live, work and play. Let us introduce you to some of the reasons we think this is a great place to call HOME!

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The new mortgage rules that are likely to affect your next home purchase

(The Washington Post) By Michele Lerner, Published: December 12, 2013 | Updated: Friday, December 13, 2013, 9:30 AM

If you're planning to buy a house next year ? and unless you're in a position to make an all-cash offer ? chances are you'll be affected by some significant changes occurring in the mortgage application process beginning in January.

Congressional inaction turns mortgage relief into tax burden

(The Stream Official Blog) By The Stream Team, Published: December 13, 2013

The House of Representatives adjourned for the year without an extension on the Mortgage Debt Forgiveness Relief Act (MDFRA), a 2007 law that prevents forgiven mortgage debt from being taxed as income. Starting January 1, any mortgage debt forgiven is eligible to be taxed, creating potentially burdensome liabilities for the millions of Americans in stages of mortgage delinquency as they seek relief to prevent foreclosure.