Tips for Renovating a Home to Appeal to Baby-Boomer Buyers

On average, the American population is getting older. More than 76 million Americans were born between 1946 and 1964 (the baby-boom generation), which means a large portion of our population is aged 50 and older. Baby boomers are either retired or reaching retirement age, and they are quickly becoming empty nesters. These aging Americans are…… Continue reading Tips for Renovating a Home to Appeal to Baby-Boomer Buyers

8 Ways To Meet Your Neighbors After You’ve Just Moved In

New to Your Home? Here’s How to Get to Know Your Neighbors! While moving to an unfamiliar area and being new to your home can seem overwhelming, the best way to get over this hump is to get to know your neighbors. To help you establish comfort in your new area, we’ve put together a…… Continue reading 8 Ways To Meet Your Neighbors After You’ve Just Moved In

Sellers May Benefit From Listing Early

Conventional wisdom in real estate holds that sellers should time the market to maximize their price. Why? Because home sales are extremely seasonal: They peak in spring and summer, when prices peak as well. That’s why in most markets, most years, the optimal time to list is in the spring, so that the maximum number…… Continue reading Sellers May Benefit From Listing Early

National Cheese Lover’s Day: Mousehouse Cheesehaus – Windsor, WI

Dear Cheese Lover’s, Don’t feel bleu. Today is your day. No really it is. Today, January 20th, is #NationalCheeseLoversDay. And who doesn’t love cheese? Especially if you live in Wisconsin. The Mousehouse Cheesehaus in Windsor, WI is the perfect place to visit if you are looking for a way to celebrate… or if you just want some…… Continue reading National Cheese Lover’s Day: Mousehouse Cheesehaus – Windsor, WI

Preventing Ice Dams And Winter Roofing Damage

Ice dams are a common homeowner’s nightmare in the winter whenever it snows, potentially causing major and costly water damage to your roof and even ceilings. Ice dams occur when snow on the roof melts slightly then refreezes when the runoff reaches the eaves, often in the gutters. When the day warms even slightly, the…… Continue reading Preventing Ice Dams And Winter Roofing Damage