May 2017

Found 3 blog entries for May 2017.

www.2103VanHiseAve.com


Enchanting Colonial brings the best of historic charm & elegance into this beautiful & iconic home. This gem is located in the heart of University Heights. Designed by Madison Architect, Edward Tough, who also designed the Nationally Registered "Pres House", in Madison. Large windows make this home bright & refreshing. Hardwood floors throughout w/ an inviting fireplace & custom built-ins in the living room. Master suite features a sleeping porch for relaxation and play and private access to outdoor porch. Hurry! This home won't be on the market for long!

                                About Historic University Heights About Madison, WI About Madison School District

 

119 Views, 0 Comments

www.3100LakeMendotaDrive301.com


THE COVE CONDOS!  Spacious west end 2 bedroom corner unit with stunning lake views from all rooms!  Enjoy the peaceful setting surrounded by woods and nature trails, yet still very convenient to the city.  This entire unit was completely updated in the last 5 years; granite counters, high-end appliances and cabinets in the kitchen, bamboo flooring throughout, and more!  Boat slip included. Parking space is located on the same level as unit.  Don't miss out on this amazing opportunity!

                                About The Cove Condominums About Madison, WI About Madison School District
170 Views, 0 Comments

Try these methods to make your offer to purchase a home stand out.

 

Want to sell your home? Get a FREE home value report. Want to buy a home? Search all homes for sale.

 

If you want to buy a home in this highly competitive market, how can you make your offer stand out? You need to cater to what's important to the seller. Here are three things that can help you do that:

1. Limiting your contingencies: A lot of contingencies don't actually cost that much. For example, you might want to have a radon test (and you probably should at some point), but even if radon levels are high in a home you want to buy, it most likely won’t cost very much to fix later on. Don't let contingencies that you can test for later

110 Views, 0 Comments

Sign up for email updates