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Starting off with the right price makes all the difference

July 27, 2015

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New listings, especially in a tight real estate market, get a lot of attention when they first become available. Showings start happening immediately, buyers are excited. This is the time to make a good first impression with a right price and a quick sale. • If your property is overpriced, other listings look like a […]

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19 helpful tips for packing up your house for the big move

July 14, 2015

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Moving to a new home can be stressful.  It can also be very exciting ! Make it easy on yourself by planning far in advance and making sure you’ve covered all the bases.   • Research moving companies or decide if you will rent a UHaul or other truck and do it yourself. Make any […]

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Owning a home is a keystone to wealth…

July 7, 2015

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And we can help you get there.   From everything to a free home market analysis, staging tips, proper pricing, aggressive marketing, negotiation, closing and handholding throughout the process. Contact First Weber when the time comes to sell your home – or buy your first. First Weber sells real estate throughout Wisconsin : Metro Milwaukee and […]

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Are you ready to move on?

June 30, 2015

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The Wisconsin housing market is very busy and performing well. Homeowners are more than happy to see the positive return.  Does this have you thinking of selling your home?     Have you regained any losses and able to move up now? You can try to figure  out your home equity on your own to […]

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4 DIY projects to save money and improve your home

June 29, 2015

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              Home improvement projects don’t have to be large-scale to return a big value. In fact, the 2015 Cost vs. Value report points out that even something as simple and cheap as replacing a steel door returns on average 101.8 percent nationally. Source: 5 DIY Projects That Save Money […]

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