Bradley Buntrock
Coldwell Banker Realty
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Bradley Buntrock

Whether you're a first-time home buyer in search of your dream home, a seller looking to downsize or an investor looking for a great opportunity, working with a dedicated real estate professional can make all the difference.

I've been providing real estate services in the greater Kenosha, Racine, and Walworth Counties for over 15 years. I employ the latest technology, solid local market knowledge, and skilled negotiation, to assist my clients in achieving their goals.

If you're looking for a positive, helpful partner who is ready to provide you with exceptional service, call me today!


Brad Buntrock has been a widely respected member of the Wisconsin Real Estate industry since 2005. His real estate career includes considerable experience as an agent, investor, broker, founder of an independent brokerage, and now as the Broker Associate of The Rock Realty Team at Coldwell Banker. Brad and the team are devoted to putting the client at the center of the transaction, which ensures they're committed to achieving your real estate goals. Their solid market knowledge, skilled representation, and effective use of the latest technology combine to deliver the unsurpassed results you'd expect. They guarantee it!

 Brad holds a bachelor's degree from Southern Illinois University. Born in Milwaukee and raised in Waukesha, Brad now lives in Kenosha with his wife Jenny of 20 years and their two children. When not working Brad can be found spending time with his family, cheering on the Packers, involved with youth sports activities or on the golf course. 

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The Home Equity Playbook

The Home Equity Playbook What is Home Equity?Home equity seems to be a very simple calculation — the total amount of mortgages owed subtracted from the current market value of a home. Here is a simple example: Current Home Market Value $325,000 Existing Mortgage $225,000 Homeowner Equity $100,000 One side of the equation is well defined, and it is found on the monthly mortgage statement, the loan balance. The other side is less obvious — the current market value of the property. As a homeowner, your down payment purchases your initial equity, and your monthly (or additional) principal payments increase your equity. In strong real estate markets and in-demand locations, equity can increas…
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