Waukesha County Home

June, 2021

Homes Plus

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By Derek Johnson Special to Waukesha County Home It's no small secret that, when it comes to houses, it's a seller's mar- ket right now. It's also a concern when closing a home. However, real estate agents across Waukesha County said that there are still ways for anyone looking to buy a house in the cur- rent market to protect themselves at closing. Don Madisen, the mortgage sales manager at Waukesha State Bank's downtown Waukesha office, said that one of the most important things buyers can do right now is accept that it will be difficult to find a home if they want to go keep many of the tradi- tional parts of a closing contract. Low interest rates and an abun- dance of potential buyers who are willing to pay above the asking C O N T E N T S Are tubular skylights for you? Learn to spot what's ailing your plants Can your roof endure summer storms? A publication of the Waukesha Freeman and Oconomowoc Enterprise • June 2021 Closing a home in a hot market Dan Muckelbauer/Waukesha County Home In a hot real estate market, how much should buyers give in to beat out their competitors when it comes to closing clauses? Where should they not budge? See CLOSING/Page 2 Do's and don'ts when sealing a deal

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