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December 29th, 2022 |

Why the School District Should Be a Factor in Deciding Where to Move

Reading Time: 2 minutes The decision to relocate is often a major life choice. Several issues should go into this crucial opting, such as, the prospective destination’s crime rate, property taxes and employment prospects. However, one consideration that must never be overlooked is the quality of the region in question’s school districts. Right now you might be tempted to explore moving to a school district that offers the response to COVID-19 that you feel most suits your needs and comfort.

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May 1st, 2021 |

What to look out for when buying a new home

Reading Time: < 1 minute May 1 is New Home Owners Day. Whether you are celebrating a new home today or still on your quest for the right home we are here. We know that a house is where you will create memories for years to come. Here are some tips to help you ensure it is your dream house.

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July 1st, 2020 |

3 Common Mistakes People Make When They’re Selling a Home

Reading Time: 2 minutes If you’re selling property in the state of Wisconsin, it’s important to avoid making common legal mistakes. The best way to do this is to hire a competent lawyer like McLario Helm Bertling & Spiegel. Here’s what we have found are some of the most common mistakes that people selling their property make:

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June 1st, 2020 |

Ready to Move or Relocating for Work?  Consulting an attorney

Reading Time: < 1 minute People change jobs all the time for a variety of reasons. These days, it is not entirely uncommon for someone to change a job simply because they were not happy with what they were doing before or because their company had to let people go. Regardless, any time someone moves to an area of the country or the world that they are not familiar with, they should consult a real estate attorney before they purchase property.

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