Archive for the ‘Wisconsin Relocation Info’ category

May 28, 2015

First Weber wins Leading Real Estate Companies of the World award for Outgoing Referrals closings

First Weber wins Leading Real Estate Companies of the World award for Outgoing Referrals closings

As a member of the prestigious group, First Weber Group recently attended Leading Real Estate Companies of the World Conference in Las Vegas where there were more than 2,000 attendees from over 20 countries. It was a high honor for First Weber to come home with the Leading RE “Million Dollar Award for Performance Excellence”  in […]

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March 11, 2014

Relos Share Their Dream Lists | Realtor Magazine

Relos Share Their Dream Lists | Realtor Magazine

Want to know exactly what employees relocating to a new housing market for a job are looking for in their next home? Cartus, a provider of domestic and global relocation services, recently surveyed 267 brokers who specialize in working with relocating employees. These were the top three items transferees identified as most important to have […]

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February 3, 2014

Madison, Wisconsin Video: a vibrant city

Madison, Wisconsin Video: a vibrant city

Want to live in Madison after viewing that video? Start looking for a home in Madison now or contact our Relocation Department to make your move.   photo credit http://www.flickr.com/photos/rahimageworks/11444763193/sizes/l/

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September 10, 2012

3 days in Milwaukee: Much more than beer & brats

3 days in Milwaukee: Much more than beer & brats

Here’s a great article from a Washington Post Lifestyle author on her 3 days spent in Milwaukee.   Milwaukee, a town built by Beer Barons, has a German heritage (among others), and is well known for its brewing industry and the German sausage, the bratwurst.  If that is your image of Milwaukee and you’d prefer to go […]

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August 13, 2012

Best cities for Successful Aging: Madison #2

Best cities for Successful Aging: Madison #2

  Many would think that southern states were top places to grow old – it’s warm and you could golf almost any day. But weather is just part of life and a study from the Milken Institute evaluates what makes a city good for successful aging defined in the article as:  “successful aging” city is […]

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