Oconomowoc, WI Real Estate News

By Joshua Huth
(RE/MAX Realty Center)
Hello, My name is Joshua Huth, and I am a real estate agent at RE/MAX Realty Center in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin. I was told that Activerain is a great networking tool by Tom Braatz. What I have discovered is that not only is it a great networking tool, but also a great way to express my real estate opinions, and learn from my fellow peers and fellow activerain members. I look forward to being involved with such a wonderful Realtor friendly website. Sincerely, Joshua Huth RE/MAX Realty Center 414-828-1096     262-567-2455    joshuahuth@remax.net  www.activerain.com/joshuahuth
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By Amber Castonguay, Servicing: Waukesha, Jefferson, Dodge County WI
(eXp Realty)
Property SearchMy ListingsFeatured PropertiesYour Home's Value!Receive Email Updates!Amber's Blog Amber Castonguay, Servicing Jefferson and Surrounding Counties Real Estate Services Research Communities! Area Info Contact Me Short Sale Information Links Sell Your Home With Me! Seller Services Buyer Services Connections About Me 5 Things You Should Expect From Your Agent Dodge County Foreclosures Member Services · Login About Oconomowoc, Wisconsin Real Estate Newport of the West View Community Knowledge Bank | View Oconomowoc Area MLS Properties Welcome to Oconomowoc, Wisconsin! Oconomowoc is a city in Waukesha County, Wisconsin, just west of Milwaukee. The name, Oconomowoc (oe-KAHN'-ah-mah-WOK), was derived from "Coo-no-mo-wauk," the native Potawatomie term for distinguishing a waterfal...
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By Sally K. & David L. Hanson, WI Real Estate Agents - Luxury - Divorce
(EXP Realty 414-525-0563)
To area residents, the name of the city just trips off your tongue...much like its Indian meaning..meeting of streams or waters.,from the Potawatomi Indians. Pronounced: Oh  Con Oh Mow Walk the rolling hills and lakes were originally settled by wealthy people from Milwaukee, Chicago and St. Louis and you can see of the original mansions dotting the shores of Fowler Lake. Some have been updated and some replaced by newer homes.  The downtown reminds you of yesteryear with quaint shops beckoning tourists for a weekend of shopping and relaxation. In 2000, the population was 12,282 with a median family income of $62,950.If you are interested in making your home in the "Lake Country" area and would like to see the listings available, please click here. If you have any questions, feel free to...
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