Ann Arbor Real Estate Broker Creates Cutting Edge Facebook Page for Community

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Ann Arbor Realtors invite you to our new Facebook page “Living in Ann Arbor,” http://facebook.com/LivingInAnnArbor sponsored by Prudential Snyder & Company Realtors.

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The release of the new Facebook page, "Living in Ann Arbor" http://facebook.com/LivingInAnnArbor allows anyone to experience many of the wonderful things that make Ann Arbor a great place to live. The page has content covering major city events like the Ann Arbor Art Fair and Summer Festival. Fans will be able to learn about Restaurant Week and all of the critically acclaimed restaurants that have chosen this great city as their home. The page will spotlight local favorites and introduce some favorite hidden gems and best kept secrets. Ann Arbor real estate is the passion of the writers of this page, but education is king in the Greater Ann Arbor area. The area is home to the world-renowned University of Michigan and nearby Eastern Michigan University, which is known for training some of the country's best teachers. In the spirit of education, any real estate related posts will never be aimed at selling property, instead they will be focused on improving the community's knowledge on the subject.

Insights from Community Members and Ann Arbor Real Estate experts.

Of course, Living in Ann Arbor would not be complete without giving fans a chance to learn about all of the great neighborhoods and communities that make Ann Arbor a special place to live. Many of the contributions on all of the page’s content will come from Prudential Snyder & Company’s Ann Arbor Realtors of http://prusnyder.com who know A2 inside and out. There is truly nobody better to share the interesting and fun events and information about the city than the people who run all over town every single day. They all live here, raised their families here and have experienced the outstanding lifestyle found only in Ann Arbor.

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