buyer representation: Three lakes in one Community: A Profile of Muskego, Wisconsin - 12/02/08 10:06 AM
When visit Muskego you will never have a hard time finding friendly people. Three Lakes, the proximately to everything including adjacent Milwaukee County make this a wonderful place to live and work. There excellent public and private schools, as well as many churches, a great park system, wonderful restaurants and more. There is 418 acres of public park and open space lands and three beautiful lakes,  Big Muskego Lake, Little Muskego Lake and Lake Denoon are all excellent Lakes and all around enjoyment, incuding wonderful summer boating and  ice fishing in the winter. Little Muskego public beach. features a public sandy public beach, boat … (6 comments)

buyer representation: Do you know what this guy knows? Let him work for you! - 11/28/08 04:22 AM
You too can REALLY benefit from what this guy knows, and benefit like never before! He personally will teach you how to buy right, save big Fill out the deam form home on ther buyingVIP website ans let us show you how to save $$$$$,take you through the whole process, and you'll smile all the way through it. Your own personal team of Buyer Agents looking out for YOU!! Now You Can Save Lots When You Purchase A Home! As Buyer Agents We help You Find The Homes That Meet Your Needs and Desires, Negotiate and Get You The Best Deal … (4 comments)

buyer representation: Happy Halloween - 10/28/08 06:55 AM
Halloween Facts
The carving of jack-o'-lanterns originated from the tradition of carving the faces of lost souls into hollowed out pumpkins and turnips. A candle was placed inside the carvings making the faces glow. The Halloween lanterns were placed on doorsteps to ward off evil spirits. The world's fastest time to carve a face into a pumpkin is 54.72 seconds, by Stephen Clarke (USA), on October 23, 2001 (source: Guinness World Records) More than 93 percent of children go trick-or-treating each year. (source: NCA) Halloween also is recognized as the 3rd biggest party day after New Year's and Super Bowl … (12 comments)

buyer representation: Now is the time to purchase this two family in oconomowoc, Wisconsin - 10/17/08 05:25 AM
What could be better than having a two family and having $850 come from the other unit to help with the payment?
This two family built in the seventies really is close to all conveniences. Parking for six cars, each unit has basement, mechanicals are in great shape. Side by Side Investment. The rent for the other unit is $850 per month.
Excellent investment or owner occupied. side by side ranch. Newer roofs and furnaces, separate basements. Finished. Well maintained, low maintenance investment with  two desirable units. underground sprinkler.
Appliances included.


When you need a team of Brokers that … (3 comments)

buyer representation: Why right now is one of the best times in History to buy a home! It's Tom Braatz - 10/16/08 12:59 PM
Often someone I am working with will ask me if there is another way that they can get a hold of me if needed. I reply that in addition to my websites, bluetooth,email, and more they might just be amazed that they can Google my name and it will always pop up many,many times. I am everywhere, and I think I will always have an edge for my customers and clients
Perhaps it's the OCD part of me but a few years ago when I was nothing short of a machine I decided to set my self up in a viral … (2 comments)

buyer representation: A great Environment, peace and tranquil living: Profile of Sussex, Wisconsin - 10/15/08 01:33 PM
Traveling east of the Town of Merton, and the Town of Lisbon, and north of the Town of Pewaukee is a place rich in history, and is one of the best kept secrets in waukesha County. This place is known as the Village of Sussex.
For years Sussex was a quiet sleeper little town. The secret is out of the bag and people are discovering how beutiful this Village is, and all it has to offer visitors and residents. 



 

The Village of Sussex was incorporated in 1924 from the hamlets (towns) of Sussex (1842, some say … (1 comments)

buyer representation: Time stands still in a wonderful lake community; Profile of North lake,Wisconsin - 10/13/08 11:47 AM
I have a special place I like to drive through, and think of when I was younger. Driving through the Town of Merton, and winding down past some of the most premier Lake property in Wisconsin, in not the Midwest, one comes into a quiet little town called North lake. When I was younger my grand father used to take me to the volunter fire department for their chicken barbeques. The church at the end of town was a regular Sunday event. Tubing on North lake, watching the train go by, and one can only imagine the times to be had as … (6 comments)

buyer representation: 9204 Green Valley Rd. Ixonia,WI. Rural home with lots of bells and whistles - 10/06/08 02:05 AM
This beautiful three bedroom, two bath home set in a 1.13 acre rural setting awaits the party that wants updates, privacy, and lots of country air. Exposed split ranch with great country views. Qaulity throughout including oak 6 panel doors and casement windows. Open concept great room complete with fireplace and entertainment area. Raised 24 x 20 deck is a real plus. Basement plumbed for extra bath. Only $269,897



 Sincerely 
Tom Braatz   
Looking for a Realtor that will work with passion and sheer determination to make sure you are absolutely happy with a home purchase, or a sale? I … (2 comments)

buyer representation: Attractive Southside ranch is ready for your Purchase. 511 E.Van Beck,Milwaukee,WI - 10/05/08 04:45 AM
With lots of updates throughout including a new roof this attractive rach awaits it's new buyer. Finished lower level for entertainment, bright cheery kitchen with newer cabinets,linoleum,countertops, and more.
The yard is wonderful with a large apple tree in the back yard next to the garden place. The home is surrounded with flowers all around it. Living room, all three bedrroms and hallway have hardwood floors.
The bath is completely remodeled as well.
All this for only $169,900. Why not stop by today, and take a look.
All you need to do is call Tom at 262-377-1459 and let's look at this … (3 comments)

buyer representation: A large ranch awaits your purchase on Badger Ct. in Dousman, Wisconsin. - 10/04/08 01:42 AM
Many updates in this beautiful ranch home such as a new furnace, roof, windows, laminate floors. Fenced yard backs up to subdivision common area. Very private yard, patio with hot tub. All appliances included. Great family room with fireplace just 2.5 miles south of I-94. $220"S Call for appointment and make an offer today! The Village of Dousman is surrounded by scenic nature, rolling hills, meadows, and kettle moraines. Watch the sand hill cranes in the fields, walk, hike, or bike the Glacial Drumlin nature trail. There is a new adventure waiting for you when you purchase this fine home.
 
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buyer representation: Lapham Peak. An unusual trace of the ice age, and a great Park - 10/03/08 04:03 AM
 
   
Lapham Peak is partly due to glaciers that came through and is a magnificent place  to break apart from everything for any reason, and for lots of things to do. Explore the trails in any season. 
The Park Hours: The park is open from 7 am to 9 pm spring through fall and 7 am to 10 pm in winter. It may seem unusual to have longer winter hours but there are 2.5 miles of cross-country trails here that are lighted for evening skiing.
What it costs: The cost is $7 for Wisconsinites for a daily pass,$25 for a yearly state park … (6 comments)

buyer representation: All great turkish coffee with my friend Dara; announcing Wyndham Homes - 10/02/08 09:14 AM
Today I was able to go visit my friend Dara Atlija. Dara is absolutely a charming woman. Class to the max, a super heart, a great builder, and a super Realtor,Broker, and land developer. She has this wonderful smile 24/7 and she sets the standards for where excellent morals and ethics should be. I enjoy her. Dara is joining activerain soon, and together Dara and I are starting to work together so Glenn and I and our staff can sell alot of properties for this charming woman. We will also sell the homes that people have to sell before they buy into there … (9 comments)

buyer representation: Don't burn out or live too close to the edge. Don't be working them angels - 10/02/08 03:09 AM
Lets face it; we tend to work a lot harder, and a lot smarter than we used to just a short time ago. If were not we are very actively finding ways to invent new avenues of business that can generate business income, capital to work with, and maintaining a positive approach that does not tend to look like we are somewhat obsequious for the moment.
We have worked with the crab asses, we have worked with the pleasant people, we have worked with the worry warts, we have worked with the know it all, and the ones that question everything … (8 comments)

buyer representation: Buying and Selling;Intuition leads to Destiny, and a science of application. - 09/30/08 09:33 AM
I will never be able to control your intuitive thoughts ( simply put, your gut feelings), but if I could I would ask you get away from all the chicken little syndromes that are out there. If you believe in something and think about it enough, it will happen. This applies whether it is good or bad. I was reading my email from Bob Proctor ( www.Bobproctor.com ) this morning, and just about everyday Bob hits a chord in me. He also made a pretty good movie called The Secret. Every once in a while I google "the secret" and watch the … (9 comments)

buyer representation: Ice scating in Wisconsin in September? It is by my neck of the woods. - 09/29/08 02:09 PM
Recently I was talking to a charming friend of mine from California in the rain and she asked me what I was going to do with my son on the upcoming weekend. When I told her that I thought my son and I would go ice scating I could hear in her voice that she thought it was getting cold in Wisconsin pretty early in the year.
I corrected her by telling her that there are many indoor ice scating rinks in my area. Three all wintin twenty minutes. Doesn't everyone take there kid for hockey? Perhaps not, but I find … (8 comments)

buyer representation: The Countryside is coming alive with color in Waukesha and Washington County,Wisconsin - 09/28/08 12:39 PM
Another wonderful  Sunday in my area of Wisconsin. My son and I go to service at the Jerusalem Presbyterian church with all it's charm; large stain glass windows, large ceilings, open area, old world charm, and a real sense of meaning and fulfillment follows that keeps this man in perspective of what really is important in life, it's fragility, and for me, this is something that my son and I can do because it keeps us level to the Earth. Every week our wonderful Pastor gives a sermon on something that hits home. She truly has a talent for bringing out the … (10 comments)

buyer representation: The warm days of summer are fewer.What would Wisconsin be without pumpkin stands in Fall? - 09/27/08 03:37 AM
It is at this time of year that my business seems to pick up big time. Whether it is investors getting ready to invest before years end, people driving through areas where they enjoy the leaves changing colors, or whatever reason, it seems to correlate with this time of year.

It is also interesting to see all the Pumpkin stands and farms getting set for pumpkin sales. It is a time of year where kids go through a pumpkin path and picking their favorite pumpkin. Some how it still seems strange to me to give a kid a knife and tell the … (10 comments)

buyer representation: Tuckers,Nash,Kissel,Pierce and vintage autos.Wisconsin Auto Museum in Hartford, WI - 09/23/08 02:22 AM
Wisconsin’s LARGEST Auto Museum

The Wisconsin Automotive Museum is Wisconsin's largest auto museum, featuring an ever-growing display of classic, vintage autos and automotive artifacts, such as “The Kissel”, which was manufactured in Hartford from 1906 to 1931. The most famous Kissel model is the “Speedster” which as affectionately known as the “Gold Bug”, and owned by such stars of the day as Fatty Arbuckle and Amelia Earhardt.
 

Other attractions include:
An exhibition dedicated to the Nash, which was 1st built in Kenosha in 1916 An all-new display area for the Hudson Essex Terraplane Over 90 other rare … (8 comments)

buyer representation: A big eye opener at the Charles Horwitz Planetarium, in Waukesha, Wisconsin - 09/21/08 10:40 AM
Charles Z Horwitz Planetarium   My son was asking me how old the universe was and I told him scientists used to think about twenty billion years, but with the use of the hubble telescope and measuring Capella and Procyon stars they narrowed it down to about thirteen to fourteen billion. He then asked me what is was like back then and I just look at him and tell him I was not around. He thought I was older than dirt before and now this really puts a new twist on things.

The Charles Horwitz planetarium is located in the … (5 comments)

buyer representation: What do you say.Is it that time of year already? Applefest in Waukesha County,WI - 09/20/08 03:11 AM
Well I believe it is that time of year again in Wisconsin when apples are everywhere and we do our best to honor them. I tend to agree with my son Spencer that they are best featured when in pie form. An art form that consumes you, or we consume.
Saturday we are off to Applefest, and as I try to get rid of this cold I know I am going on Hayrides, eating until the cows come home, and seeing all the nice smiling faces that say Tom "Have you been effected by gravity; you look different"
I reply with … (10 comments)

 
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Oconomowoc, WI

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