If you are interested in buying a property not listed for sale on our Auction, Own-it-Now, Rehabbed & Ready, or Side Lot platforms, we are here to help. Big or small, we'd love to hear your ideas!
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Decisions related to the disposition of property owned by the DLBA are approved by the DLBA Board at DLBA monthly public meetings. Departments, agencies, and organizations responsible for the disposition of property owned by the City and the DLBA, include: The Mayor’s Office (Jobs & Economy Team), the Housing and Revitalization Department, the Planning & Development Department, the Detroit Economic Growth Corporation, the City Law Department, the Detroit Building Authority, the DLBA, and the Department of Neighborhoods. These departments, agencies, and organizations endeavor to place publicly-owned property back in the hands of responsible private citizens and organizations by disposing of publicly-owned property in a transparent, fair, and efficient manner.
How The Program Works
1. WHO OWNS THE LAND?
2. APPLICATION FAQs
3. PROPERTY PURCHASE APPLICATION
DLBA Marketed Properties
Broker Details :
Vacant lots in markets that can support new residential construction.
Bundles of single-family homes located near each other. With these listings, we are looking for developers with capacity to rehab multiple houses at once. Buyers must purchase all properties in the bundle.
Commercial structures and lots.
Residential properties that require significant resources to complete a renovation. In some instances, the properties may be in stronger markets where a demolition and new-construction proposal may be feasible.
A land based project uses land for urban agriculture, gardening, or beautification, whether for profit or as a community based activity.
The DLBA works with individuals, groups, and businesses to sell land and structures for a variety of uses, everything from gardens and green space to new construction and residential developments. Sales are approved by the DLBA Board at DLBA monthly public meetings. To see where DLBA past sales are impacting the community, check out the City Of Detroit's Neighborhood Improvement Tracker and turn on on the 'Partner & Project Sales’ filter under 'DLBA Sold Properties'.