I have a section on my Move to Milford web site that is
dedicated to giving referrals to local businesses. Why should you care?
Well, lots of people who might be moving into the area
(hence the name) might not know who to call for a plumbing problem or what is a
good bank or credit union or where to go to get their hair done. Let’s face it,
when you move to a new area you don’t know anybody or anything about the area.
It’s like starting over again. Maybe you’ll have a helpful and friendly
neighbor to advise you on a few things; but, for the most part you’re on your
I’d like to think that my Move To Milford web site can
provide you with some help. I don’t have recommendations for everything that
you might need. But I do have quite a few categories to look at and the locals
who are highlighted there are people that I either use myself or would use if I
needed their services.
These are all businessmen and women that I have met
through the Chamber of Commerce, either the Huron Valley Chamber or the Lakes
Area Chamber; which is one thing in
their favor already. They are people with good reputations and with lots of
satisfied local customers. I don’t keep businesses on that list if I’ve been
unhappy or I hear of unresolved issues with unhappy clients.
So go to MoveToMilford.com
and click on the Local Business Referrals button at the top (it’s the
Recommended local businesses choice on the index page, if you’re on the mobile
version of the site) and choose from the various categories of businesses that
are there. You’ll generally find 1-2 recommended business in each category,
some times more.
If you don’t find what you need, send me an email from
the site – Go to the About Me Page and send me an email from there. I’ll see if
there’s someone that I can recommend locally for that need.
I'm a pre-Baby Boomer who just happens to be into technology and the Web. I created and maintain 6 Web sites - three for real estate (see above for links), one for the Milford Historical Society, one for teh Milford Car Show and one for my church. I've been a Realtor for a little over 10 years.
Prior to selling real estate, I had a 30 year career selling and marketing computers and related software and services for a variety of IT industry companies, many of them now long gone - Burroughs, Digital Equipment, Compaq, HP, EMC and SGI. I still keep up with what's happening in that space.
Now, I focus upon real estate, with a specialty in historic houses in and around the Milford, Michigan area. I'm also focusing more andmore on the needs of aging home buyers, since that is a category into which I fall myself.
I hope that you enjoy reading my blog as much as I enjoy creating it. Feel free to let me know your opinions or to add your comments to mine. I also have another blog - normsmilfordblog.com that is a bit more unpredictable in its content. Try it if you haven't already.I'm also on activeRain, Facebook, Linked In and Twitter.