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Ypsi, as it is commonly known, truly grows from a heroic pioneering spirit. Named for Demetrios Ypsilantis, who successfully led the Greek War of Independence in the late 1820s, this educational center eventually became a stop on the Underground Railroad to Canada. In keeping with its champion spirit, Ypsi is well-known for having made several early strides toward human rights, including being one of the first cities to add weight and body type freedom to its statement against discrimination within the community. Furthermore, as a forerunner in the United States' automotive industry, Ypsilanti is uniquely poised to adjust to a changing economy. With such energy informing Ypsi traditions and evolutions, it is no wonder people dream of being part of this evolving community and flock to the area.

Located a mere six miles outside of Ann Arbor, Ypsilanti, MI, is home to Eastern Michigan University, an institution that educates over 18,000 undergraduates and about 4,400 graduate students. Boasting the second-largest contiguous historic district in the state, Ypsilanti offers housing opportunities to fit just about anyone's price range. Homes currently offered for sale range from sprawling historic estates dating back to the Civil War era to elegant, well-appointed modern homes featuring stunning amenities. Sprinkled in between are investment properties available at fair prices, which are ideal for renting to students, professors and families.
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