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Sat Nov 15, 2014
Crystal Schliefer answered:
I would say Craigslist however I do believe the Metropolitan Place rents some of there units. You could always see if someone would be interested in a lease to own .
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Sat Jun 29, 2013
John & Vicky Schroeder answered:
Many of the condo association's approvals have expired for the Middleton area, but there are currently 3 listed that are in an approved association. Priced around $110,000 to $125,000. What range are you looking in? Are you already working with a Realtor? If not email me at
Vicky Schroeder
Restaino & associates
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Thu Apr 26, 2012
Bill E answered:
615 W Randolph Chicago IL 60661

Is this a trick question?
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Fri Apr 20, 2012
Oggi Kashi answered:
Your best option is to only look at homes that have sold within the past 6 or 12 months. Active listing prices may not reflect the real market value regardless of how long they've been sitting on the market.

Also, think of this as a business decision - include the comps you use with your offer to show the seller you are not trying to lowball.

Best of luck,

Oggi Kashi
Broker Associate, Paragon Real Estate Group CA DRE 01844627
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Tue Feb 12, 2013
Gail Rutkowski answered:
Madison Magazine did a review of the schools and neighborhoods and suburbs a few years ago. Check out the link below speaking to the issue you are asking about.

I would also advise you to find the census information at with demographics, crime statistics, etc. to help you decide where you would like to live and send your children to school.

It's a personal, financial, & where you may work that usually influences someone what neighborhood they want or can afford to live in. The best way to decide what the schools are like in an area is to visit them personally yourself. Take the time to do this with your children and you may be able to get your best fit from their reaction to the school. Hope this helps!!
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Fri Jan 2, 2009
Darren Kittleson answered:
Central Madison living is great. I moved to the capitol square late last year and love the lifestyle!

You can use our website to search and save your searches for condos in downtown Madison. and choose the "Search Entire MLS" button on the top of the page. From there you can set up your search and save it for immediate updates as more condos hit the market. You might want check out our blog as well for great updates on life downtown. ... more
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Sat Jan 31, 2009
Kristi Ross answered:
Your question posted in the Madison, WI area.

But, you may be able to contact an agent in the GA area for rental listings in thier MLS system. Otherwise, search their local classifieds online.

Hope this can point you in the right direction.
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Mon Jun 2, 2014
Randy Lenz answered:
The Madison Metro area and Dane County offers a vitality and progressive nature that is uncommon to other areas of the country. Named several years ago by Money Magazine as the best place to live in America, Madison has only enhanced that honor over the years. The pride of homeownership is evident no matter which community you choose within Dane County. And adding to that the youthfulness and energy given to the city through the University of Wisconsin, and major national employers like Kraft Foods and Cuna Mutual, you have a metro area that offers low unemployment, a very stable economy and -- with four surrounding lakes -- a breathtakingly beautiful place to live. ... more
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