Dearborn may be best known as the hometown of Henry Ford and Ford Motor Company. Still, this 24.5 square mile city along the River Rouge is now home to approximately 100,000 residents of many different backgrounds, including the largest Muslim population in the United States per capita. Founded in 1786 and incorporated as a city in 1929, Dearborn, Michigan, is the eighth-largest city in the state and the second-largest city in Wayne County. It has been designated as a “Cool City” by the State of Michigan and named as a “Tree City USA” for 19 consecutive years. Dearborn residents enjoy living in this beautiful, historic community that is also a regional center for employment, healthcare services, higher education, shopping, and transportation, along with outstanding cultural, environmental, and visitor attractions.
The population of Dearborn is approximately 101,636 and the homeownership rate is 64%. From October 2019 through October 2020, 947 (-8.6%) properties were sold, and the average sales price was $194,069 (+13.8%)