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Don’t fly blind. Work with professionals who know the neighborhoods you’re looking for.

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Trusted Relocation Specialist

Kathy Bohn - First Weber
Direct: (414) 378-8482


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Tailored Relocation Services

Realty Executives Integrity
Office: (262) 901-0801


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Relocation and Community Expert

Redefined Realty
Cell: (414) 559-8898



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Relocation Specialist

Shorewest Realtors
Office: (414) 520-8555



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Professional Care - Personal Concern

RE/MAX Realty 100
Office: (414) 525-2922
Direct: (414) 861-1769

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Your Premier Real Estate Firm

My Dwelling
Office: (414) 935-4500
Direct: (414) 491-8108



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         Unparalleled Excellence         Year after Year

Barb Whealon - Coldwell Banker
Office: (414) 906-3704

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Specializing in Relocation

DeAnn Zeni - First Weber
Office: (262) 754-6708
Direct: (262) 993-1543

Are you thinking about a condo or single-family home? Would you prefer suburban or city living? Do you want new construction or to purchase an existing home? How much do you want to spend? The answers to these questions will set the parameters for your home search. While you may know what you want, you may not know where to find it in the metropolitan Milwaukee area. Your relocation specialist has the resources to help you find the best home in the best location, based on your needs and preferences, allowing you to make your house hunt as efficient as possible.

Relocation specialists know which areas are "hot" and which areas are not. They know where good schools are located and they can tell you about potential commuting issues. And, because of their connections within the local real estate network, they may know of a property that perfectly meets you needs but is not currently advertised. Relocation specialists can also alert you to local requirements and regulations, minimizing the risk of surprise. They know about property taxes, as well as tax deductions and tax credits that could impact your decision financially.

Helping with your decision

Most importantly, your relocation specialist can serve as your local point person during your home-purchase negotiations, arrange the necessary home inspections, and help you to coordinate any repairs or updates that you want completed before you and your family move in to your new home.

Moving to a new area should not be a stressful experience. True, there is a lot to remember and there are many little things that have to be done. However, there is no need to go it alone. Working with a professional familiar with the five-county Milwaukee metropolitan area can help you find the community you are looking for and let you focus on the details most important for you.

Real Estate Considerations

Purchasing a home is a significant investment that should be carefully evaluated from both a legal and financial perspective. States often have different laws and regulations governing the sales process. What is required in the state where you currently live may not be required in Wisconsin. At the same time, you may not be aware of some of the issues regarding a home purchase that are unique to Wisconsin. Therefore, it is important that purchasers work with a Realtor and consider the following when buying a home in Wisconsin:

  • NON-ATTORNEY STATE: Unlike some states, Wisconsin does not require that an attorney review the purchase agreement or otherwise participate in the sales process. Licensed real estate agents may draft and explain state-approved forms but cannot give legal or financial advice. 
  • BUYERS’ AGENTS: Real estate agents  are paid by the seller even if they represent both the buyer and the seller. However, many buyers hire their own real estate agent to represent their interests during the purchase process. Although they represent the buyer, these agents are paid through the sales commission generated by the sale of the home. If there is no commission (such as when the home is sold by the owner), the purchaser may be responsible for paying their real estate agent  a negotiated fee that is typically based on a percentage of the home’s sales price.
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