Archive for the ‘WI real estate info & stats’ category

June 14, 2018

Metro Milwaukee remains in a seller’s market

Metro Milwaukee remains in a seller’s market

Here’s a list of sales by county (source Metro MLS and GMAR) Milwaukee County home sales Sales up 1.6% over last May Median sales price up 4.7% to $162,200 Days on market are now at 35 days, down 24% compared to last May. Waukesha County home sales Sales down 10.3% from last May Days on market is […]

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May 14, 2018

Metro Milwaukee real estate market: Low listing inventory = Seller’s Market

Metro Milwaukee real estate market: Low listing inventory = Seller’s Market

Metro Milwaukee real estate sales continue to rise as inventory falls – The market is very tight and it is hard on home buyers who have got to jump at the few opportunities available.  Still a seller’s market out there.   Here’s a list of sales by county (source Metro MLS and GMAR) Milwaukee County home sales […]

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April 16, 2018

Metro Milwaukee real estate market charges forward

Metro Milwaukee real estate market charges forward

Metro Milwaukee real estate sales continue to rise as inventory falls – The market is very tight and it is hard on home buyers who have got to jump at the few opportunities available. Even with late season snowstorms, buyers are out househunting. Still a seller’s market out there.   Here’s a list of sales by county […]

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March 19, 2018

Metro Milwaukee posts best February sales in more than 10 years

Metro Milwaukee posts best February sales in more than 10 years

Metro Milwaukee real estate sales start 2018 with a bang – It was the best February for sales in more than 10 years! There would have been much more sales, yet we still have that inventory problem where buyers are competing for homes under $300,000   Here’s a list of sales by county (source Metro MLS […]

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February 19, 2018

January, normally the slowest month for real estate sales, shows prices and home sales up

January, normally the slowest month for real estate sales, shows prices and home sales up

We begin 2018 with “not your normal January”… typically the slowest month for real estate sales. Because of continuing low inventory of homes for sale, median sale prices are up almost 7% over last January.  The number of sales closed in January topped last January by almost 3%.     “Rapid price growth is a result […]

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