November 12, 2018

10 things that turn off potential home buyers

10 things that turn off potential home buyers

In a busy market like we have in some price ranges now, there may be things some buyers will overlook simply because there are less homes to choose from.  But for higher end properties, or in a buyer’s market, these 10 things are sure to turn off potential buyers… so address them before putting your […]

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November 8, 2018

What to do if your home is not selling

What to do if your home is not selling

Your home is on the market, you prepared it well and now are just waiting with few showings and no offers. You think your house looks great and the market appears to be busy. You are a bit surprised and also frustrated. Keeping a house clean for showings is hard work!  What do you do? […]

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November 7, 2018

This Weekend in Wisconsin: Craft Fairs, Veteran’s Day Parade, Train Fest

This Weekend in Wisconsin: Craft Fairs, Veteran’s Day Parade, Train Fest

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! November 9-10, Christmas in the Village, Ripon November 9-10, Holiday on the Lake Shore, Manitowoc November 10, American Legion’s Vet Dance, Turtle Lake November 10, Christmas Bazaar, […]

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November 6, 2018

5 terms first time home buyers should know

5 terms first time home buyers should know

Buying a home can be an exciting time; sometimes a little scary and confusing, too.  It is definitely more than finding a home on the internet and making a call or a contact with a real estate agent, although that is a start. You’ve got to prepare yourself by learning some of the terminology involved […]

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Now taking donations for Project Gratitude 2018

Now taking donations for Project Gratitude 2018

Project Gratitude 2018 This is the First Weber West Bend’s office 13th year of providing food for families of members of the Washington County Boys and Girls Clubs to make a full Thanksgiving meal at home.  This year were asked to provide 350 boxes of food.  The past five years we assembled 300 boxes per […]

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