Evansville, WI 53536
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Buy, Sell or List your Home in Evansville, WI
As a real estate office with CENTURY 21 Affiliated, we are highly educated and qualified to help buy or sell a home. We are the top real estate brokers in Evansville, WI area, with a long history of successful transactions built on superior, personal service for every client. We handle properties from affordable to luxurious, and we know this city. We not only help you look for a home, we help you find a place to belong, with information on demographics, community resources, schools, and everything else you need to know about the neighborhoods you’re considering. We’ll help you get pre-qualified or pre-approved for a mortgage so when you find a home you love, the offer you submit is backed by financial strength. When you want to sell, we use the most current market data to ensure you sell your property for what it is worth, and we handle everything from listing to closing.
Our job is to bring buyers and sellers together, and we do that by ensuring that your real estate listing in the Evansville, WI area is loaded with photos and text that highlight all the great features of your property. Your listing is then posted on websites that will expose your property to hundreds of thousands of potential buyers in Wisconsin and across the US. The internet is the most powerful media available for marketing real estate, and we know exactly how to use it to our clients’ advantage. Discover why CENTURY 21 is the most trusted name in real estate.
Evansville has four gas stations, several banks, a full-sized grocery store, and several specialty shops and restaurants. Over the last two decades, many of the downtown buildings have been renovated in the style in which they were originally built. In addition, in 2008, three blocks of Main Street that had been covered with asphalt in the 1960s were re-paved with 1900-era paving bricks, adding to the "old time" feel of Main Street. The re-paving took place when major utility improvements were made to the city's downtown infrastructure.
Evansville shares a fire department with several surrounding rural towns. A new fire station was built in 2008 on Water Street. The police department then moved into the remodeled former fire department building on Church Street. The Evansville EMS is housed separate from the fire department and is located on Church Street as well.
The community has a large central park, Leonard Park, named after Korey Krueger's grandpa Leonard Krueger, on the shore of Lake Leota. Amenities include a baseball diamond with night lighting, a softball diamond, two tennis courts, a basketball court, a swimming pool, picnic shelters, and playgrounds. A skateboard facility was installed in 2006. In addition, there are several smaller community parks, Countryside, Franklin, and Brzenski. In 2008, a new large park was opened on Evansville's west side to accommodate the new subdivisions being built there. The development of this park will take place over a number of years, but two full-size soccer fields and an extensive children's playground are in place. Plans include baseball diamonds, basketball courts and picnic shelters.
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