You’re reading this because you know what we know.
Your weekends are exceedingly boring. If you stood in line for brunch last Sunday morning, you’re doing it wrong. We believe the search for a Lake Geneva vacation home should be born of a desire to change the way you and your family experience your weekends. We also believe that there are right houses and wrong houses, right prices and wrong prices. Contrary to your experience with other agents, not every home you tour is the home for you. If you wanted some “insider” buying booklet, we’re not going to send you one, because that’s just silly and we respect your intelligence.
The Lake Geneva real estate market is simple to understand, assuming you’ve been selling real estate every day since 1977. If you’re new to the market, there are associations to discover, bays to explore, wooded lanes to wander. This is a market that operates largely on nuance, which is something that can only be deciphered by those who study these markets every single day. If you think a lakefront home on Anylake, Wisconsin is as good as a lake access home near Geneva Lake, then let us have a few moments of your time to explain to you the differences. If you think a $300k lake access home near Delavan should be valued the same as a $300k lake access home in Fontana, we’re begging for a chance to show you otherwise. If you’d like to learn more about the lake without sitting in the backseat of a Realtor’s car, read our real estate blog early and often, and you’ll learn more about the lake than you ever thought possible.
Value can only be understood by studying the market, sensing its future direction, and reflecting on the last several decades of market cycles. We don’t want to help you find any house at any price in any location. We want to help you find the right house. At the right price. In the right location. Start your search here, but continue the search by contacting us to find out about off-market listings that are only available to our customers and clients.
Since 2010, David Curry has amassed over $190,000,000 in Walworth County sales, making him the Number One individual volume agent over that time. Most importantly, nearly every dollar of that volume came from the sale of Lake Geneva vacation homes.