I am also in Michigan and had a similar case but the tenant sold the home to someone else (toter/rehabber?) who moved it out the next day. We could not stop this because the police told us to stand down and they would not allow us to prevent the "rightful" owner from removing their property, and we have no lease with them...so no rights to collect from new owner but of course old owner disappeared with the cash from the home sale. This is crazy.
In theory you could attach your judgement to property owned by your deadbeat (e.g., car, boat, house, bank account, etc) but you have to do the legwork to find out what they own and how to get a court to foreclose or "attach" your lien. In practice they won't own any titled property and you'd be lucky if they have a bank account at all, and there won't be any money in it, and if you seize it with a court order there won't be more deposited, that's for sure.
Your best case is to garnish wages if you know where they work. But it may be "get in line" if they even have a stable job (and you can discover what it is).
You will have little luck chasing deadbeats. Just shake it off and keep going. Try not to let the rent get too far behind was what our attorney said.