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Red Carpet KEIM in Lansing, Michigan


Red Carpet KEIM

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(517) 482-1251

1117 East Kalamazoo Street

Lansing
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MI
48912

Red Carpet KEIM is a business providing services in the field of Housing Authorities & Agencies. Red Carpet KEIM is located in Lansing, MI on 1117 East Kalamazoo Street.

Red Carpet KEIM telephone number is (517) 482-1251.

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Helpful Tip for: Housing Authorities & Agencies


 Housing Authorities and Agencies, in Lansing, are governmental, non-profit organizations that help people,  often belonging to the low-income strata, find affordable housing facilities, either free of cost or at much nominal rates.








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