Haslett Real Estate Information

Haslett is the 42nd best place to raise your kids in the nation according to Business Week back in 2007. They use five points to determine who makes this list: risk of crime, recreational and cultural activities, number of schools, and cost of living. Although Haslett isn’t an official city, it’s a census-designated place (CDP). The local government is the Meridian Charter Township. But, Haslett has its own school system and post office. Haslett is mostly known for being home to Lake Lansing where swimmers, fisherman, and boaters gather every summer. The Lansing Sailing Club and Michigan State University Sailing Club both are located on the lake as well. Each summer they host a number of races.

The most common industry in Haslett is educational services. For men, that is followed by public administration and transportation equipment. For women, it’s followed by healthcare services and public administration.

Residents living in the Haslett area have access to branches of Citizen’s Bank and National City Bank. There are three airports in the are certified for carrier operations: Capital City is about 13 miles away, Bishop International is about 50 miles away, and MBS International is about 58 miles away. Medical services can be obtained at three different hospitals/medical centers in the area: Edward W. Sparrow Hospital Association in Lansing (about nine miles away), Ingham Regional Medical Center in Lansing (about 11 miles away), and Clinton Memorial Hospital in Saint Johns (about 21 miles away).

According to GreatSchools.com, the Haslett school system is top-notch. The highest score possible is a 10 and the Haslett schools receive an overall nine. The Haslett High School and Haslett Middle School both are graded with a 10, while Murphy Elementary and Vera Ralya Elementary are graded with a nine. Meridian High School scored the lowest with a grade of three.