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MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR.’S FAIR HOUSING LEGACY

How Testing Played a Role in the Civil Rights Movement While most people are aware of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. as a Civil Rights Movement leader, fewer are familiar with the role he played in the fair housing movement. …
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Pre-qualification vs. Pre-approval

When you’re buying a home, you do everything you can to stand out from your competition. One way to stand out in a crowd is by getting pre-qualified and pre-approved for a mortgage. You may have heard about both of …
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Four Potential Places Your Home Is Going to Lose Heat This Winter

Winter got a jump start on us this year so I know your furnace has already kicked in. Keeping your home warm while keeping your electric bill low is the goal for most homeowners. If it seems like your home …
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Christmas Tree Shopping in Southeastern Wisconsin

If it’s just not Christmas in your home without a fresh tannenbaum, here’s a list of places throughout Southeastern Wisconsin that can help you find the perfect tree. Most places offer the opportunity to choose and cut your tree or …
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Canadian Pacific Holiday Train Spreading Cheer Across Wisconsin

The 21st annual Canadian Pacific Holiday Train is rolling through Wisconsin again this year, bringing cheer, Santa and live music at every stop. The 14-car train decorated with thousands of lights will make 13 stops throughout Wisconsin in early December. …
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Wisconsin County-by-County Real Estate Data Snapshot, 3rd Quarter

Learn what’s happening in your market area. You’ll find helpful information, including a year-to-year and quarterly comparisons of new listings, closed sales, median sales price, active listings and months of inventory.


Haunted Houses in Southern Wisconsin

We get it, not everyone loves getting scared at a haunted house. However, if you’re brave enough for a good fright, we made a list of some of the most spine-tingling spots in Southern Wisconsin. The Haunt – W67N866 Washington …
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It’s The Great Pumpkin Patch…

Another fall favorite activity is pumpkin picking! We shared our favorite places to pick apples the other day so we wanted to add pumpkin patches to your growing list. Let us know in the comments which one is your favorite! …
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National Taco Day

Last year Americans consumed over 4.5 billion tacos! Needless to say, we love tacos. Even though tacos are so wildly popular, the history of the taco is relatively unknown. Some anthropologists say there is evidence the taco predates the arrival …
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Oktoberfest in Wisconsin

Oktoberfest is a German festival that has become a worldwide phenomenon celebrating Bavarian culture and pints of beer. Oktoberfest began as a wedding celebration of Bavaria’s Crown Prince Ludwig married Princess Therese of Saxony-Hildburghausen in 1810. The wedding was celebrated …
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