February 25, 2015

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This weekend in Wisconsin: Auto Show, Bockfest, Pizza Bake-off

A selection of community happenings across Wisconsin can be found each week here at  the First Weber Wisconsin real estate & Wisconsin living blog. We hope you find something fun to do! February 26-28, WIAA Individual State Wrestling Tournament, Madison February 27-28, Bald Eagle Appreciation Days, Prairie du Chien February 27-28, Battle on Bago, Oshkosh […]

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February 25, 2015

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First Weber Group featured in RIS Media magazine: Leading on all Levels

  We are thrilled to share this article with you from RIS Media, a national real estate trade group.  First Weber Group’s CEO Jim Imhoff is interviewed on how we stay ahead and lead on all levels. It is everything from technology to training and giving back. Other times we have been mentioned in RIS […]

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February 24, 2015

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How is buyer agency different?

When you sign a buyer agency agreement with an agent, the agent is working in YOUR best interests and they can provide you with extra services. Without a buyer agency agreement, the agent is, by law, working for the seller.   Regardless of the agency agreement, there are certain things ALL agents MUST do for a buyer: […]

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February 23, 2015

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Metro Milwaukee First Weber Award winning real estate agents: Congrats and thank you!

Congratulations to the many award winning First Weber agents in the Milwaukee area. We celebrated a fantastic year at the beautiful Wisconsin Club in downtown Milwaukee in Fat Tuesday style. Click into the slide share below and make it full screen with the 2 arrows at the bottom. Scroll through to see all the agents who […]

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February 23, 2015

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Wisconsin real estate sales update for January: Sales down 3.7%, prices up 6.5%

Wisconsin real estate sales in the first month of 2015 fell slightly compared to last year at this time, down 3.7%, yet median prices continued to grow at a steady rate, up 6.5%. Home prices have risen 34 of the last 35 months and mortgage rates remain low.  Some markets are experiencing a shortage of homes to […]

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