Madison, where you belong.
Madison and it's surrounding communities offer a plethora of opportunities, activities and spaces for anyone and everyone. Whether you're a foodie, nature nerd or anything in between, this beautiful place that we call home has something special in store for you.
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Explore the neighborhoods that make our community special. Rest assured you've left no stone unturned with our insider info.
"Alise has a full team behind her but was our primary realtor. She has a background in remodeling and rehab, great taste, and a priceless ability to ask good and hard questions."
Idyllic lakes, delicious dairy products & stellar schools are just a few of Madison’s attractions. Madison has a vibrant demographic & a reputation for being one of the greenest cities in the United States. If you’re thinking about making the move to Madison, here are 5 things to know before calling a moving company.
While it’s true that buyer competition is fierce and inventory is low, there are still ways to find great homes in fantastic neighborhoods without paying an arm and a leg or battling it out with several other buyers. If you buy right, you may actually earn you money!
Buying a home soon? Choosing your next neighborhood strategically could not only save you $40,000 off the bat, but your home may actually appreciate at a higher rate than comparable homes. Read on to learn how to pick out the next "rising star" neighborhood.
Settled in the early 20th century, the "Bush" was a true melting pot, welcoming immigrant families of at least 14 established backgrounds. Today, Greenbush still boasts several historic homes from that era. Residents enjoy easy access to Lake Wingra, Vilas Beach, Vilas Park Zoo, the UW Arboretum, the UW campus, three major hospitals, as well as downtown Madison.
Rich in history and bursting with an array of community amenities and vibrant neighborhoods, its easy to see why Middleton has been named among the top places to live in the United States by CNN/Money and Money Magazine. Residents enjoy plenty of green spaces, parks and playgrounds as well as a skate park, splash pad, community pool and aquatic center. Four legged friends are welcomed with open arms; leashed dogs are allowed on all trails at the city parks and conservation areas plus the city has 2 off leash dog parks.
Looking for ways to get a leg up on buyer competition in this crazy Seller's market? These tips can save you tons of money on your next home, and they're the things that buyers (even the super savvy ones) don't usually think about.
Heritage Heights boasts quiet, tree lined streets, spacious homes, large private backyards & is within a short walk of over 100 acres of parks & sanctuary space. Positioned within a triangle of three of east Madison’s big new developments (Union Corners, Royster Corners & the proposed Grandview Commons commercial center), this mature neighborhood offers a smattering of urban amenities within a leisurely bike ride.
Grandview Commons is a well kept secret on Madison’s east side. This newer neighborhood is a throwback to a simpler time; with it’s quiet streets, ample front porches, green spaces, fabulous parks and pond, relaxation is at your fingertips.
Fitchburg offers up an impressive spread of fantastic parks, cycling & mountain bike paths, conservancies & green spaces. A variety of restaurants, coffee shops & bars (many locally owned) are dotted throughout the community. Plenty of events keep residents plugged into the community- Farmer’s markets, an annual art fair, regular art exhibits, outdoor concerts; festivals, the list goes on.
For the most part, our homes can take a little tough love, but there are some things that definitely shouldn’t be pushed off for that mythical day when life simply becomes less busy. Out of the most common things I see homeowners do again and again, here are four bad homeowner habits to break once and for all.