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Nancy is the Branch Office Manager of these Southwest Wisconsin offices: Dodgeville, Mineral Point, Platteville, Spring Green, Boscobel/Prairie du Chien
I grew up in the Dubuque area during the 60's and '70's watching the classics like The Brady Bunch, The Partridge Family & Gilligan's Island. I came from a big family and we dressed up for church and any family get together that wasn't a picnic. We took family vacations to visit relatives who were spread out across the US and saw some great national treasures along the way. My dream when I was little was to be a housewife. Not kidding. I love taking care of a home: the cooking, the cleaning, the inside, the outside...all of it! It gives me great pride!
Fast forward to coming of age in the '80s when women were being told we could have it all, but at the heart of it, I was always feeling like "home" was where I belonged. Somehow "having it all" excluded my love affair with 'home.'
A college degree and a few jobs later, I landed in Southwest Wisconsin where I raised my family in a charming town that is the county seat, home to Lands' End, Walnut Hollow, QLF, Upland Hills Hospital and a great school system. Know what else is great about my (new) hometown, Dodgeville: Pride, Passion & Community Spirit!
As I've navigated through my 24+ years of real estate, I've learned that my good friend, Dorothy, from The Wizard of Oz was right: "There's no place like home." I love the people, the varied communities and counties, and the traditions.
I do my research and learn as much as I can about a property before I list it. When we're viewing properties together, I'm listening and taking in your feedback so I can learn what you like and don't like, and to find out what questions you might have. I'm big on disclosure, wanting to educate you along the way.
I've spent most of my real estate career with First Weber and I stay here because First Weber is a cutting-edge leader in real estate, and I'm proud to be a part of that energy and mindset.
Are you thinking of listing? I'VE GOT THE STRATEGIES! I can coach you on how to sell in a low-inventory market, how to stage and why it's critical to set yourself up for greatness when the showings start. I know how to manage that "but I don't have a place to move to" conundrum and I know how to conduct showings to keep you safe during the Pandemic. I'll be sure that there's plenty of documentation available, when necessary, for potential buyers - whether they are 1 mile or 1,000 miles away from you. Let's chat about my marketing strategy and what it entails!
Are you in the market to buy property? I know where to find answers to almost any question you might have. What is not available with a listing I can often uncover for you. In this market you may encounter wells and septic systems or maybe zoning will be important to you. It's important to me that you have what's important to you to proceed, and as your Buyer Agent, I'll coach you smoothly through the process, giving you options, advice & opinions along the way.
Whether you're buying or selling....
...I'm skilled in a variety of transactions: single family, new construction, condos, rural property, farms, land & commercial. When I don't know an answer, I find someone who does! I love this industry and have served many capacities and roles in local Realtor organizations. I've received awards for production and service to my industry and my company. I've recruited agents, managed agents, and trained them. Community is important to me, too, and I am a huge fan of local businesses and entrepreneurs.
If the Pandemic has taught me one thing, it's underscored the importance of Family, Home & Community, not to mention my belief that non-profits are an important ingredient in the future of small town success. This is where I choose to focus my time: My Family - and Yours; My Home - and Yours; My Community - and Yours. Simply put, 'We Survive Together.'
Staying Safe During the Pandemic
I offer in-person and virtual showings using different platforms (steady cell connection required). While some things have changed about how we show homes during this time, one thing hasn't changed: Buyers still want to buy, and Sellers still want to sell.