Namekagon Lake home with easy elevation and improved price. Cable, WI

One level cedar home with 192′ level lake frontage on premier Namekagon Lake. Now offered at $400,000. 46220 Echo Point Ln, Cable, WI.

3 bedrooms, 2.5 bath, 1844 sq ft., 2-car attached garage, 192′ level lake frontage. Walk-out lower level.

For showing appointment, contact Jean Hedren, Edina Realty NW Wisconsin Realtor. 218-590-6634. Or, drop me an email.

Sold lovely 3 BR home on McKinley Lake. N7610 Island Lake Rd, Spooner WI.

Just Sold this lovely 3 bedroom year round home. More than 2300 sq ft of living space, large kitchen, main level laundry, main level master suite, huge lakeside windows for great lake and wildlife viewing, attached and detached garages. McKinley Lake is a great fishing and boating lake. This home offers 225′ of sand bottom lake frontage and easy elevation. Minutes from Spooner and Trego, WI.

Thinking of selling in Spooner or NW Wisconsin? Call Jean Hedren, Edina Realty NW Wisconsin Realtor. 218-590-6634. Or, email: jeanhedren@edinarealty.com

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A buyer recently asked “how do I get financing?” I’m glad you asked.

A buyer recently asked the question “how do I get financing?

To answer that question, the first step is to contact a mortgage loan professional in your area.

Getting the best advice for your individual circumstances is so important. So start by talking to a professional either in person or on the phone. And, get a second opinion. Banks have different programs and services. Find one that is the best fit for your needs.

The initial consultation

Talk with your home mortgage consultant about your financing needs, current situation, and goals. Your home mortgage consultant will help you determine the next steps, including:

  • Income, assets, liabilities, and current real estate owned
  • Credit reports

Your mortgage consultant will share information on loan products based on your needs and credit profile.

Ready to get pre approved? Connect with Edina Realty Mortgage. Or, visit my website www.JeanHedren.com

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How to sell your home to millennials, Gen X, boomers, seniors.

According to a study released by the National Association of Home Builders, “Housing Preferences of the Boomer Generation: How They Compare to Other Home Buyers”. The study showed the following home features most wanted by each generation:

Millennials

  • Laundry room
  • Exterior lighting
  • Living room
  • Patio
  • Front porch
  • Both shower stall and tub in master bathroom
  • Ceiling fan
  • Hardwood on main floor
  • Deck
  • Energy Star-rated appliances
  • Dining room

Gen X

  • Laundry room
  • Energy Star-rated appliances
  • Exterior lighting
  • Energy Star rating for entire home
  • Energy Star-rated windows
  • Ceiling fans
  • Front porch
  • Hardwood on main floor
  • Patio
  • Living room

Baby boomers

  • Energy Star-rated appliances
  • Energy Star rating for entire home
  • Laundry room
  • Energy Star-rated windows
  • Exterior lighting
  • A full bath on the main level
  • Ceiling fan
  • Insulation higher than required by code
  • Patio
  • Hardwood on the main floor

Seniors

  • Laundry room
  • Energy Star-rated appliances
  • Energy Star rating for entire home
  • A full bath on the main level
  • Table space for eating in the kitchen
  • Ceiling fan
  • Double kitchen sink (side-by-side)
  • Energy Star-rated windows
  • Insulation higher than required by code

3 Bedroom Home on 318 Acres, Solon Springs, WI

12181 S Waterbury Rd, Solon Springs, WI

318 acres of mature hardwoods and pine with approximately 60 acres tillable land. Well maintained and updated 3 bedroom 2 bath home. An official trout stream Buckley Creek meanders through the property. Property offers possibilities as trophy hunting land or hobby or equestrian farm. Located less than an hour to Superior/Duluth.

So, if you are thinking of selling real estate in NW Wisconsin, call Jean Hedren, Edina Realty NW Wisconsin, 218-590-6634. Email: jeanhedren@edinarealty.com. I’ll be glad to help.

Selling your home with a small kitchen

While you may think that selling your home with a small kitchen is a negative, there are several ways that you can make it stand out and appeal to potential buyers:

Light it up. Darkness can often make smaller rooms feel even more cramped. Open the room up to more light by removing all curtains from windows and install recessed blinds. You still get the privacy factor, while also allowing your kitchen to have a brighter feel.

Keep the counters tidy. Messy or cluttered kitchen counters and cabinets add to the small space felling. Keeping your countertops clear of all items, including photos, papers and even appliances, can make it seem like the room is larger than it truly is.

Brighten the walls. Consider painting the wall color to brighter or white tones. Lighter colors tend to open up a room. They are also much more inviting, enticing potential buyers.

Mounted appliances. Mounting appliances on the wall or under the cabinets to create more countertop space, give the kitchen the appearance of being more spacious. The distinctive and interesting design look could attract more interest during a walkthrough or tour.

This article is brought to you by Jean Hedren, a Certified Residential Specialist

3 Bedroom log home on 9.5 acres with environmental lake. Stone Lake, WI

Private, wooded 9.5 acres on an environmental lake. Excellent location near many lakes and trails. Close to Stone Lake, Spooner, and Hayward.

Full property details: W1113 Cty Hwy B, Stone Lake, WI 54876.

So, if you are thinking of selling real estate in NW Wisconsin, call Jean Hedren, Edina Realty NW Wisconsin, 218-590-6634. Email: jeanhedren@edinarealty.com. I’ll be glad to help.