A Out-Of-Town Buyer
We Wanted To Take A Moment To Thank You For All Your Help With Our Home Purchase In Wisconsin. As A Hurried Out-Of-State Buyer And New To Milwaukee Area, I Am Sure That We Took A Little More “Hand Holding” Than Your More Typical Client. Regardless, Your Effors And Professionalism Made The Whole Process Go Smoothly. As We Encountered Obstacles, You Always Seemed To Have A Solution. Where I Lacked Insights, You Consistently Found The Answer And When I Changed Course Several Times Throughout The Buying Process, You Showed Patience And Perseverance.
Lynne, Your Diligence, Worth Ethic, Integrity And Customer Service Are Admirable; You Are A Credit To Your Profession And Have Certaintly Set An Example For Everyone To Emulate. You Have Our Gratitude For A “Job Well Done,” But Perhaps More Importantly, Our Sincere Thanks For Your Kindness And Help In Making Our Transition To Wisconsin A Truly Pleasant Experience
Tom, & Rebecca
P.S. We Really Love Our New House!
"Tom & Rebecca"
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Selling Your Home >What Would Mama Think
There's no doubt about it--the kitchen is one of the most important rooms in the whole house for many prospective buyers. Smart sellers will take a close look at how they can make their kitchen a real asset when it is time to sell.
Your kitchen doesn't need to be state-of-the-art to be attractive. The first step toward enhancing your kitchen's appeal is a thorough cleaning. This includes scrubbing
the walls, cabinets (inside and out), floors, and appliances.
Keep the counter tops as clear as possible of small appliances and gadgets. Consider low-cost improvements which can make a big difference, such as a coat of paint, fresh wallpaper, or new floor covering. Be sure to keep the kitchen sparkling when the house is being shown. This means no dirty dishes in the sink or moldy cucumbers in the refrigerator. This extra effort will pay great dividends!
What might happen to the Empire State Building in extreme weather?
The Empire State Building can sway several feet to either side when buffeted by a severe windstorm or rainstorm.
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