Real Estate (or Real Property) refers to any parcel of land, as well as anything permanently attached to that land, such as buildings and other structures.
The decision for Central Michigan University to accept real property rests solely with the University's Board of Trustees, and is based on whether the acquisition is a sound business decision for the university. Unpaid taxes, environmental study costs, and a slower than expected sales return on the property, are some of the reasons for costs incurred beyond the property's purchased or perceived value. For these reasons, any real estate to be accepted by the university shall follow the procedures outlined in the Real Estate: Purchase, Sale and/or Donation Policy.
The following links provide further information on procedures relating to the acceptance, acquisition and/or sale of real property:
- Online Form / Searches
- Other Related Documents
- Off-Campus Properties Currently Owned by CMU
- Barstow Property (Shepherd, Midland County, MI)
- Beaver Island (Peaine County, MI)
- Fierstien Property (Charlevoix County, MI)
- Neithercut Woodlands (Farwell, Clare County, MI)
- President's Residence (City of Mt Pleasant, Isabella County, MI)
- Veit's Woods (City of Mt Pleasant, Isabella County, MI)
- Wendrow Wetlands (City of Mt Pleasant, Isabella County, MI)