mortgage financing
in Lowell, MI

With a heritage that dates to the early 1800s, Lowell is a rural area with beautiful parks, lakes, and farmland that’s seen significant growth in the past decade. About 20 minutes east of downtown Grand Rapids, Lowell’s excellent school system and charming, easy-to walk-around downtown has attracted homebuyers to the area. Eclectic, locally owned shops, a thriving art scene, and a variety of restaurants comprise their charming, family-friendly historic downtown. Flat River Grill and Main Street BBQ are two local restaurant favorites. The former takes its name from the scenic Flat River that runs along Lowell’s historic downtown, which spans six city blocks.

Home buyers in Lowell can choose from older, traditional homes close to the small downtown area, as well as from many neighborhoods with newer homes and more rural homes with substantial acreage

Lowell has an active community and hosts events like free outdoor concerts in the summer, the Fallasburg Fall Festival featuring fine arts, fine crafts, live music, food and more in September and an annual holiday market in November and December.

Nature lovers frequent Lowell’s many parks, especially Fallasburg Park where they can see the Fallasburg Covered Bridge, built in 1871. Dog owners enjoy the off-leash Lowell Dog Park at Stony Lakeside Park. The city is also home to the James C. Veen Observatory an elaborate amateur-built astronomical facility that’s open to the public on the second and last Saturday of each month, April – October.

Golfers in Lowell can take a swing at several challenging public courses, including Deer Run Golf Club and Arrowhead Golf Course. The Lowell YMCA offers a variety of fitness classes in addition to an indoor swimming pool and basketball courts.

Lowell residents can easily visit one of the nation’s premiere horticulture parks, Frederick Meijer Gardens and Sculpture Park, which is about 15-20 mile drive from Lowell. And within about a ½-hour drive, residents can take advantage of downtown Grand Rapids’ numerous amenities.

Fast Facts
• County: Kent
• Population: 3,783 (5,200+ in Lowell Township)
• Public School District: Lowell
• Nearest hospitals: Spectrum Health’s Blodgett, Spectrum Health’s Butterworth, Mercy Health St. Mary’s, and Metro Health are all within a 25-40 minute drive from most parts of Lowell.

There are a variety of mortgage financing options that qualified home buyers can use when buying homes in Lowell. To see which mortgage options you might qualify for please click here to fill out our secure Lowell Mortgage Application.

If you have already found the perfect home in Kent County and would prefer to move fast call us today 616-774-9160.

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