Green Bay Wisconsin


Is it your first time buying a condo in Green Bay? Or are you making a change from one Wisconsin home to another?  Buying a new condo is considerably easier without a home to sell first, but we will listen to your goals and give advice.  Our experience in helping Wisconsin condo buyers and sellers goes back to 1998. By helping hundreds before you our knowledge can be a great asset to you.

Sometimes condo buyers think it is as simple as 1. See a condo. 2. Buy a condo. 3. Show up at closing and buy the condo.  In between there are decisions... cash or mortgage questions, home inspections questions, radon and arsenic questions, not to mention negotiating. We have familiarity with these things since 1998 and can help your goals be reached, as we like to work for you, preferably as a buyer's agent, putting your interests first.

If you are note retired, and moving into Green Bay with a local employer, know that our company works with most EVERY national relocation plan. Have confidence you can ask for a no-commitment interview with us to help you with your relocation needs. Don't just be assigned a Realtor, rather than start with someone you don't know. Interview and be confident in your choice. We are happy to be interviewed by you in a non committal meeting at our office or elsewhere.
The Process


Get Pre-approved
Its fun looking at homes, but when it's time to buy, add focus by learning what you want to spend with a reputable and local lender.


Find a Realtor
A home purchase is usually the most expensive item one purchases in their lifetime. Will you be sure the person you are working with has the experience to handle your goals?


Find a Condo
If not being referred to by a friend or family member, attending open houses and watching a Realtor can be one way to pre-interview an agent that can help with your goals. With them learn how the MLS and Internet will likely be at least 70% of the reason you find your new home.

What Is – What’s Not

– You’re likely responsible for everything within your walls...check with your insurance agent who will check with the holder of the master policy. Unlike renting, you can paint the walls and make ren...

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