Archive for the ‘Home Buyers’ category

May 22, 2017

The best investment on earth…

The best investment on earth…

The best investment on earth is earth.   And First Weber can help you with land or real estate anywhere in Wisconsin, or the world for that matter. First Weber has outstanding Relocation connections as being a member of Leading Real Estate Companies of the World. You can search Wisconsin real estate for sale at […]

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May 16, 2017

12 Wisconsin towns on “Best Cities for First Time Home Buyers” list

12 Wisconsin towns on “Best Cities for First Time Home Buyers” list

Lendedu conducted a study of over 30,000 towns and cities across the United States and chose the top 500 for their “Best Cities for First Time Homebuyers” list.  You can view the entire list of 500 here. The rankings are based on good scores in the following areas: Median household income Median household value Mortgage success […]

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May 15, 2017

There’s never been a better time to have a Buyer Agent in your corner.

There’s never been a better time to have a Buyer Agent in your corner.

In a competitive real estate market like we are in right now – with multiple offers and buyers fighting over homes – there’s never been a better time to sign a Buyer Agency agreement. In the traditional home buying process, a real estate agent who is working with a buyer without an agency contract is, by […]

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May 9, 2017

12 reasons for homeownership

12 reasons for homeownership

  On the fence about buying a home? Not sure if it is right for you?  If you are ready to settle down in one spot for a few years, have a steady job and are a disciplined saver, homeownership would be a great option for you.   Here are 12 ways homeownership is beneficial to […]

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May 2, 2017

Four “don’ts” when buying a home in Wisconsin

Four “don’ts” when buying a home in Wisconsin

1. Don’t buy beyond your means. Just because on paper you qualify for “X” amount of a mortgage payment doesn’t mean you have to go that high. Are you comfortable with paying that amount? Borrow only what you feel comfortable taking on. 2. Don’t treat your home like a bank. Buy for your lifestyle and […]

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