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Welcome to the Michigan Land Bank Fast Track Authority

The mission of the Michigan Land Bank is to promote economic growth in this state through the acquisition, assembly and disposal of public property, including tax reverted property, in a coordinated manner to foster the development of that property, and to promote and support land bank operations at the county and local levels.

Purchasing Property at the Michigan Land Bank

Please visit the new and improved Michigan Land Bank Property Search that allows a streamlined approach to searching, mapping and even applying for Michigan Land Bank owned property online. When a property is identified an offer can be made to purchase it by simply clicking on the "Apply" button and following the instructions provided. If you have any questions regarding the purchase of property please contact us at (517) 335-8212.

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On April 9, 2012, Gov. Rick Snyder signed legislation (Public Act 74 & 75 of 2012) allowing the transfer of the former Michigan State Fairgrounds to the State of Michigan Land Bank Fast Track Authority to return the land to productive use. The property was officially transferred to the State of Michigan Land Bank Fast Track Authority on April 24, 2012. The State of Michigan Land Bank Fast Track Authority issued a Request for Proposals (RFP) for the purchase and development of the property on May 18, 2012. To view the RFP and other information please go to please click here or on the "Fairground" link on the left navigation bar of this page.

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