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Birmingham, Michigan

Birmingham, Michigan nestles midway between the bustling City of Detroit and Pontiac, the county seat. Located in Oakland County, this modest sized community covers only 4.73 square miles, and includes a population of 19,291, according to 2000 Census data. Birmingham provides an impressive selection of housing options that range from serene suburban neighborhoods to trendy downtown lofts found in the core of the city.

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Bloomfield Hills, Michigan
Bloomfield Hills, Michigan is in Oakland County, approximately 20 miles northwest of downtown Detroit. Home to 3,774 residents (2009 estimate-US Census Bureau), Bloomfield Hills is an affluent residential community where the average household income is more than double the national average.

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Canton, Michigan
Canton, Michigan, at the far western edge of Wayne County, is one of Michigan’s fastest growing communities (population 83,607 -estimated 2009 U.S. Census). Canton sits at the halfway point between Detroit and Ann Arbor, making it an ideal commuter community feeding both cities.

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Farmington Hills, Michigan

Farmington Hills, Michigan, known as the “Fraternal Twin” of the City of Farmington, lies at the crossroads of Interstates 275 and 696. This upscale southeastern Michigan community covers 33 square miles (36 miles including Farmington), and ranks as the largest city within Oakland County. At the time of the 2000 Census, Farmington Hills reported a population of 82,111, while the combined communities have approximately 95,000 residents. While the two cities have distinctly different addresses and services, Farmington Hills and Farmington are often referred to as one community.

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Novi, Michigan & Royal Oak, Michigan
Novi and Royal Oak, Michigan are in Oakland County. Both cities are part of the Detroit metropolitan area. Royal Oak, population 57,323 (US Census Bureau 2009 estimate), is home to the Detroit Zoo and a well-known, trendy downtown featuring upscale restaurants, nightclubs, and bars.

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Oakland County, Michigan

Oakland County, Michigan is 2,352 square kilometers located in Southeastern Michigan. It is ground zero for the automobile industry, which stretches from Toronto to Ohio. Oakland County’s population (2002 Census) is 1,202,721.

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Plymouth, Michigan
Plymouth, Michigan, in Northwestern Wayne County, is approximately 27 miles west of Detroit, the county seat. The Plymouth community includes Plymouth Charter Township, which completely encircles the City of Plymouth.

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Rochester Hills, Michigan
Rochester Hills, Michigan is in Oakland County. The traditional downtown area of Rochester is surrounded by Rochester Hills. Rochester Hills’ 2009 U.S. Census estimation reports 68,368 residents enjoying both urban and rural living in this community.

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Troy, Michigan
Troy, Michigan is in Oakland County, and is the largest city in Oakland County. Troy is a major business and shopping hub in the Detroit Metropolitan Area, with a large concentration of business office centers. Troy, population 80,330 (estimated 2009 U.S. Census), uses the Council-Manager form of government, wherein the city council appoints a City Manager, who manages the day-to-day business operations of the city.

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West Bloomfield, Michigan
West Bloomfield, Michigan is in the south central portion of Oakland County, and part of the Detroit Metropolitan Area. The West Bloomfield local government is a Charter Township, just 10 miles northwest of Detroit.

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