Carl and Jen
"As this was our first sale (and one we were initially hesitant about) we appreciated their candid, but supportive, advice about how we could best reach our goal, and how we could best work together to that end. In short, the message was: "You are in the driver's seat, but here is how we can help you." They then proceeded to assist us at every turn with multiple resources including stagers, loaning us items, installing the items and removing the items when we sold-as well as following up on our queries about new leads. Perhaps that is expected of your team, but they made us feel like they were a pit crew, hurriedly servicing the race car while we focused on the race."
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"How To" Guide

Get Involved in Your Madison Neighborhood!

It pays to be involved in your community and your neighborhood, but sometimes it's hard to know where to start. Your neighborhood will benefit from your involvement in how decisions are made. Strong neighborhood communities tend to have a higher percentage of home owners, stronger resale value, great infrastucture, and better exterior appearances.

7 Tips for Writing Letters that Change Your Home Town

How to Start a Winning Petition

5 Tips to Get Your Campaign Started

Start a Neighborhood Watch

Finding Local Officials When You Need Help

Start a Christmas Tree Recycling Program

Give Your Community the Gift of Emergency Preparedness

7 Holiday Events that Better Your Community

It Pays to Support Responsible Homeownership