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I am passionate about all things real estate and helping you achieve your real estate goals. Real estate is more than a transaction in time, it is about you, your goals, and achieving your objectives. It is also about building a strong and trusting relationship that continues beyond the real estate transaction. That is at the heart of my real estate core values: Client Focused, Service Driven, and Integrity Redefined. It is about listening to your needs, understanding what you want to achieve, and ensuring that your expectations are greatly exceeded.

My goal as a First Weber agent is to keep your best interests top of mind, as well as make sure your needs are met during the entire real estate process. I will be there every step of the way as your real estate resource to answer any questions you might have about buying or selling your home. With First Weber’s extensive suite of marketing tools, as well as our national and global network of connections, you can ensure that you’re making the right choice when it comes to picking an agent.

Lastly, as a Veteran and U.S.A.F. retiree, service is part of who I am.  I am proud to be a partner with Home For Heroes, an organization born from the tragic events of 9/11, that gives back to local heroes (Firefighters, EMS, Law Enforcement, Military (Active, Reserves and Veterans), Healthcare Professionals and Teachers).  My goal is to thank every hero and this is my way of saying “thank you” to those who provide extraordinary services to our nation and its communities every day.

Greg J. Damask

(262) 397-6400

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Nestled in the heart of Lake Country, Oconomowoc maintains a strong culture, vibrant economy, and unmistakable small-city charm. Residents of Oconomowoc enjoy year-round events sponsored by the city that bring people together and celebrate the joy of living in Oconomowoc. The Farmer’s Market runs from May to October and is a great place to get some locally grown produce or buy some handmade crafts. The Village Beer Garden takes place over a weekend every June, July, and August and offers local beers, lawn games, and entertainment for attendees. During the middle of August, head to the city beach for Light up the Lake. Residents are treated to a lighted boat parade, Legion Band concert, and fireworks over the lake when the sun goes down. Around the holiday season, Village Green Park becomes a festive European market when the German Christmas Market comes to town. This yearly tradition immerses visitors in European culture with traditions, food, and European gifts. It’s a great way to spend an afternoon with the family as the kids can get their picture taken with Santa.

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Located in the heart of southeastern Wisconsin’s beautiful Lake Country, the Village of Hartland boasts small-town charm and a friendly, relaxed atmosphere. Those who love going to city parks will enjoy Hartland as it offers 9 public parks for residents and visitors to enjoy. Nixon Park has a ton of amenities, including the Nixon Park Fine Arts Center, Waukesha County’s only splash pad, and multiple different sports fields. Nixon Park has also been voted a local favorite park by followers of Lake Country Family Fun and is home to the Hartland Hometown Celebration. For those looking for to take a hike, try hiking the trails at the Hartland Ice Age Marsh. It’s a nice scenic walk for people of all ages to enjoy. Hartland is also near the 2,437-acre Pewaukee Lake. The lake is a great place to swim on a hot summer’s day and provides excellent fishing year-round.

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Historic Delafield is located 30 minutes west of Milwaukee, nestled in the hills of the Kettle Moraine and adjacent to the shores of Lake Nagawicka. The Delafield area is home to many different green spaces and lakes for everyone to enjoy. Within the city there’s a handful of parks that residents can pick from to enjoy a beautiful day. Some of the parks also have waterfront access, so getting a kayak on the water is a breeze. Delafield almost completely surrounds Nagawicka Lake, a 981 acre lake with clear water that’s perfect for many different types of recreation. Boaters and fisherman alike will appreciate the size of the lake as it ensures they won’t be on top of each other while they’re trying to enjoy the lake. Delafield is also has lakes to the west, north, and east. These lakes are Nemahbin, Pine, and Pewaukee Lake respectively. All of these lakes have pretty clear water are perfect for any kind of recreational activity under the sun. Delafield is also home to six different bike trails that run all around the city. These trails are a great way to get outside and explore the area.

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The Village of Merton is a cozy community located in the Lake Country area, twenty miles west of Milwaukee. The Merton Athletics Association offers both youth and children’s programs designed to keep you living an active lifestyle. Youth programs include baseball, softball, basketball, soccer, tumbling, and cheer. There are multiple different groups for kids of all ages, making it the perfect way to keep the kids busy during the summer. The adult programs include yoga, volleyball, and softball. The Merton Athletics Association also offers tournaments for softball and baseball that allows teams the opportunity to engage in some friendly competition and see who comes out on top.

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Just 17 miles west of Milwaukee is the City of Pewaukee. Pewaukee is home to 13,195 residents and is located on the northeastern shores of Pewaukee Lake. Pewaukee is a fairly young city as it was only incorporated in 1999. Pewaukee Lake is a fairly big lake at 2,437 acres and has moderately clear water, thus making it a popular spot during the warmer months. Here you’ll find many people enjoying the water in various different ways from fishing to boating to swimming at the public beach at Lakefront Park. While you’re down at the beach, check out the picturesque downtown district. These quaint local shops range from fine dining to cafes and even a toy store for the kids. Just up the road, you’ll find even more shops and restaurants to enjoy.

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The Village of Summit is located along Interstate 94 in western Waukesha County. Summit officially became a village in 2010 and today has an estimated population of around 4,800. Summit encompasses a good chunk of Waukesha County at 28.5 square miles of land within the village limits. Because this area is so big, the village also manages to have 2.8 square miles of water within the limits, which means a day on the lake is possible no matter where you are. Some of the Lakes within Summit are Golden Lake, the Genesee Lakes, Crooked Lake, the Waterville Millpond, and the Upper and Lower Nemahbin Lakes. All of these lakes are fair in size, but Nemahbin is the largest at just over 500 acres combined. The size and openness of Upper Nemahbin make it ideal for water sports of all kinds like boating, tubing, skiing, and swimming.

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Lac La Belle

The Village of Lac La Belle is located in the Heart of Oconomowoc in the Lake Country area of Waukesha County. The village is located along the northern shore of the lake by a similar name, Lac La Belle. Lac La Belle (lake) is 1,154 acres and gets as deep as 45 feet. Around the lake, there are three parks and a public boat launch for easy access to the water. In the water, you can find Panfish, Bass, Pike, and Walleye.

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The Village of Chenequa is located in the “lake country” portion of Waukesha County, about 30 miles west of downtown Milwaukee. Chenequa completely surrounds the 711-acre Pine Lake. Pine Lake has very clear water and has a maximum depth of 85 feet. This beautiful lake is the perfect spot for fishing as you can find Walleye, Pike, Bass, and Panfish in the crystal clear waters below. It’s also a great place to partake in some water sports or just relax in the sun. The Chenequa area is also home to many other lakes, including North, Beaver, Okauchee, and Moose Lakes. All of these lakes offer beautiful scenery that will ensure you want to come back for more.

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The Village of Dousman is located is located in the western area of Waukesha County. Dousman offers many different events for it’s residents throughout the year that celebrate the town’s history and bring people together for a fun time. The Dousman Area Farmer’s Market takes place every Wednesday from early May to mid-October and offers tons of goods for purchase. These products include vegetables, fruit, eggs, meat, plants, and more! Another yearly event is the Dousman Derby Days. This event has everything from a parade to music and carnival rides to a softball tournament. Perhaps the event that draws the most traffic is the State Frog Jump Championship. This wacky event bring in people from all over who compete to see if their frog will come out on top. It’s a tradition that has been thriving year after year and continues to be a local favorite.

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Located 18 miles west of Milwaukee, the City of Waukesha. It is the largest community in the county and the 7th largest in the state of Wisconsin. Waukesha is rich in history and has been home to many notable people over the years. One of the most notable people from the city was Les Paul. Les Paul created some of the finest guitars of his time that were used by many famous musicians throughout the years and continue to be used to this day. He is also one of only a few artists who have their own stand-alone exhibit at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. To honor Paul, local artists have created multiple 10-foot fiberglass guitar sculptures and murals that are all unique in their own regard. Waukesha has also produced many NFL players who have played for teams such as the New England Patriots, Oakland Raiders, Houston Texans, and of course the Green Bay Packers among other teams as well.

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Sussex is a village in Waukesha County that is approximately 19 miles northwest of Milwaukee and 9 miles north of Waukesha. The village is just over 7 square miles and is a generally small town in nature. The Village of Sussex is home to two major parks, Armory Park and Sussex Village Park that offer tons of different amenities for residents and visitors. Armory Park is 28 acres in size and offers 4 baseball diamonds, an ice skating rink, picnic areas, volleyball courts, and soccer fields. There are also nature trails that run throughout the park and are great for taking a walk with your four-legged friend. Sussex Village Park offers an 18-hole disc golf course, a large playground, a sledding hill, and two lighted tennis courts, along with many other things. The public parks in Sussex are a great place to take the family any day of the week for some fun in the sun. Information about more Sussex parks can be found here.

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Menomonee Falls

The Village of Menomonee Falls is located in the northeastern corner of Waukesha County and is northwest of Milwaukee. The Menomonee Falls area is home to tons of recreational opportunities for everyone to enjoy. There are three golf courses around the area that offer great experiences that will have you coming back for more. The Silver Spring Golf Club has 36-holes of golf that will create a memorable experience for anyone who plays a round. The Island Course plays 6,912 yards from the blues and features the only natural island green in the state of Wisconsin. The Falls Course is a shorter course at only 5,582 yards and provides a nice break from the longer courses that have become so common today. The Dretzka Park Golf Course is another great course around the Menomonee Falls area. This 18-hole, par 72 course plays 6,809 yards from the tips and requires good aim as water runs through 12 of the 18 holes on this course. Both of these courses are a great experience for anyone who likes to golf.

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