green county wisconsin: We Have MOOOOVED!!!!! - 01/07/09 04:42 AM

The Re/Max Towne Square Realty of Monroe has moved. We are now located on the west side of Monroe's historic square in the blue and white building at 1007 16th Ave. In the picture above there is a red pick-up parked in front of the new office. Please free free to stop by and take a look. Our hours are Monday thru Friday 9-5pm Saturday 9-Noon, and anytime buy appointment. If you have any clients that are interested in Monroe or Green county Wisconsin, I have alot of helpful information on my website.

green county wisconsin: A Happy New Year to All! Wishing you a Blessed 2009 ! - 12/31/08 03:24 AM

As we close out the year of 2008 many say that it was a terrible year for real estate, the stock market, and jobs. Not to make light of any of the true hardships that were experienced, which my family was not exempt, yet in the closing hours of 2008 I can't help but feel very blessed. Blessed to have food for the table,a roof over our head, and a loving family. Please allow me the grace to share where I gain my peace for living in this ever-changing world. It is my faith in the Lord Jesus Christ. Faith … (0 comments)

green county wisconsin: Do You Do Doorknobs? - 12/22/08 03:08 AM

Do you do doorknobs? In this world of high tec marketing, let me suggest to you some good old fashioned low tec promoting. You may be pleasantly surprised how this simple tool can work to gain you name exposure. Before you try this it may be a good idea to contact your local city hall to see if there are any ordinances prohibiting hangers. I also use a "Just Listed" doorknob to help your sellers neighbors know your home is on the market and they can help find you a buyer. Because would you like to have a say in … (2 comments)

green county wisconsin: Does your listing need an Edge? How about new Appliances? Heres a Tip! - 12/15/08 06:20 AM

Many homes that are sitting on the market could use new energy efficient appliances, as a selling feature in a very competitive market. Some don’t have any and would show better with appliances in place.
As you may have already realized, certain household items, including appliances, go on sale at certain times of the year. If you have the flexibility to choose when you shop when you purchase certain appliances, do so. However, you also need to do your homework, or you may be taken in by retailers who mark their prices up so they can slash them. Therefore, you … (3 comments)

green county wisconsin: Meet my neigbhors they are Udderly radiculious - 12/12/08 05:45 AM

I live in the land of cows and plows in picturesque Green County Wisconsin. These ladies are truly my neighbors. The road I live on has four active dairy farms on just about a 2 mile stretch. These ladies are both Holsteins (the black & white cows)and Brown Swiss. The Brown Swiss is where we get the chocolate milk from. In my youth we actually rode a very gentel cow named Bossy.
I hope we can have a line-up of clients like these cows at are open houses this next year. I guess the key is to serve food, it … (4 comments)

green county wisconsin: I't a Snow Day! School and the ReMax office is Closed - 12/09/08 03:27 AM

In the busyness of our adult lives it's great to have a reminder every now and again that life isn't just about closing the next deal. This photo of two of my boys having a blast on their improvised sled, reminded me of a scene from the movie "It's a Wonderful Life". This in turn made me think how very blessed I am to have a beautiful wife of 26 years and six fantastic children, a roof over our heads and food on the table. Times my be tight in the real estate market but as compared to the majority … (2 comments)

green county wisconsin: A perspective on the biggest misconception about banking and home purchasing - 12/05/08 03:49 AM

This is Steve Kundert, he is the Residential Mortgage Loan Officer at Anchor Bank in Monroe, WI. I asked Steve what he thought was the biggest misconception in banking today as it relates to home purchasing. This is what he had to say.
"One of the biggest misconceptions about banks and home purchasing in today's housing market is the banks are out of money and not providing loans. That's simply not true. The lenders ar AnchorBank work with customers every day to make sure they know how much home they can afford and what the loan process will be. In … (0 comments)

green county wisconsin: Map of Listings - 12/04/08 03:48 AM
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Get your own TruliaMap Here is a great tool to help your clients find your listings. Hosted by Trulia this fully customizable listing map, really helps your clients find listings in an area they want to live. The mapping tool will allow you to have your listings be marked with a pointer or you can add picture pop-ups. I hope you find this helpful, if you do let me know, Thanks. Scott Larson On the web at www.greencountyhomeguide … (0 comments)

green county wisconsin: Let it Snow - 12/03/08 11:24 AM

As the song goes "Let it Snow, Let it Snow, Let it Snow! About 6" inches of snow fell today by my home in rural Brodhead Wisconsin. If you look closely down the path, there in the slightly obscured background is my home. If you are thinking of selling your home but you hesitate making that decision,because of the all the tihngs that distract and obscure you, like it's the wrong time of the year or no one is buying. Let me reassure you that homes are moving even in December. Please give me a call and let me show you how … (1 comments)

green county wisconsin: Monroe's Festival of Trees - 12/01/08 06:26 AM

Above is Re/Max Towne Square Realty’s Christmas tree for the Festival of Trees, an annual event of the Monroe Chamber of Commerce.  This fund raising event raises support for area non-profit organizations. The program starts at 6 pm on Saturday December 6 at the Ludlow Mansion. There will be a silent and live auction running throughout the evening’s festivities. The Christmas trees will be auctioned off later in the evening. Re/Max Towne Square Realty’s tree is raising support for Green Haven, and is on display now in the front window of our office on Monroe’s Historic Square.
Don’t forget to … (0 comments)

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green county wisconsin: Just a 30 minute drive from anywhere Green County Wisconsin - 11/26/08 03:33 AM

MADISON This is one of the reasons it is so great to live in any communtity in Green County Wisconsin.
Madison, the capital of the state, has a population of about 200,000. It is called the "Four Lakes City" because of its proximity to Lakes Mendota, Monona, Waubesa, and Kegonsa. The Yahara River, which passes through the heart of Madison, connects the four lakes. A fifth lake, Wingra, adds to the beauty of the city. For more information on Madison, see
City Parks: Madison has an extensive system of free parks. Many parks offer … (0 comments)

green county wisconsin: What do you see? - 11/24/08 04:05 AM

Some people when they look at this picture they see a field full of bales. Others see the large open land covered with the years first snowfall.
When I saw this field it reminded me of the real estate market. You see some would point out the foreclosures, the troubled financial institutions, and faltering stock market, represented by the hay bales in this photo.
I see and I hope you see the large open land covered by the thin snow as the even greater opportunity hidden under the surface for buyers to get the home of their dreams. With a … (1 comments)

green county wisconsin: Free New Car with purchase. - 11/05/08 06:59 AM
My client is offering with the purchase of their home a new 2009 Toyota Corolla, or a Chevrolet Cobalt. This is a fantastic property all by itself, but in these challenging times you look at marketing ideas from all corners of the map. Below is the listing MLS # 1536185 Let me know what you think. Scott Larson Remax Tpwne Square Realty, Monroe,WI On the web at


green county wisconsin: 2nd try at that fall picture down my street - 11/01/08 03:25 AM
Here is that great fall picture that has come and gone from my neighborhood. Seasons is one of the things I love about this part of the country. Things are continually changing  just like the real estate market. People ask me when should I buy or should I just sit it out until the spring? My response to that is an old saying " a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush". Meaning we know that housing prices are lower, the supply is up, and the interest rates are down. If you have the resources to buy  your … (0 comments)

green county wisconsin: Hurry if you want to see the Fall Colors - 10/28/08 06:18 AM
The time is quickly running out if you want to see the Fall colors in Southern Wisconsin. The picture below is a snapshot of the road that I live on but the high winds we experienced a couple of days ago have erased their beauty. I have also added a web address if you want to seek out the remaining foliage.
Call today for a list of great properties in southern Wisconsin, Scott Larson 608-214-9844

green county wisconsin: What a Country view next to the City? Buy a lot or the whole Sub-division - 10/27/08 05:44 AM

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green county wisconsin: The Right Agent - 10/16/08 08:58 AM
Having the right real estate agent means having an agent who is committed to helping you buy or sell your home with the highest level of expertise in your local market. This means also to help you in understanding each step of the buying or selling process. This commitment level has helped me build a remarkable track record of delivering results.
Nothing is more exciting to me than the gratifying feeling I get from helping people meet their real estate needs. You can count on me to always do what's in your best interest. I pride myself on being honest, … (0 comments)

green county wisconsin: A Place to Hang Your Heart - 10/03/08 03:33 AM

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