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Nathan Shevey leaps and bounds for success not only for his career but also your real estate transactions as well. With integrity, energy, hard work and knowledge, Nathan guides his clients through the biggest financial investment many will ever make. Growing up in Brookfield Wisconsin, Nathan knows the definition of success. In high school he attended college classes and became a manager of a local culvers as soon as he turned 18. As high school came to an end, Nathan became an electrical apprentice and now has his master electricians license. However, he knows his true calling is real estate. After purchasing a home, Nathan became intrigued with the process and knows the impact it has had on his life.

Living with his wife and dog, Nathan sees everyday how they have been blessed through their biggest financial investment. The process of submitting an offer to purchase, to getting an accepted offer, to passing a home inspection, and closing on their property, led to what they now call their “safe haven”. Knowing how impacted his life has been through the gift of a home, Nathan now wants others to find a “safe haven” for their families. A place that can be filled with your inspirations, your desires, and your success stories.

Nathan is a real estate agent for Coldwell Banker and has joined the well decorated Hupke team. With many awards and recognitions Nathan and the Hupke team are here to assist with any future real estate ventures any may take. Having a long history of sales, being bilingual, specializing in foreclosures, short sales, BPO's, REO, and associating with a vast array of financial lenders, sets this team apart from any other that tries to measure up. With this ambitious team, set your worries aside and find the “safe haven” you have always been looking for.

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