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Ten Healthiest Housing Markets in Wisconsin

March 26, 2015

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SmartAsset, a company which provides data based information on retirement, housing and investment, ranked the ten healthiest housing markets in Wisconsin based on factors that look at stability, affordability and risk of loss. Oshkosh Northwestern Media /The Northwestern recently posted an article based on the study and talked with First Weber’s Gail Schwab about the […]

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Wisconsin real estate market statistics show a busy spring – with prices rising.

March 24, 2015

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Wisconsin real estate sales showed signs of improvement in both the number of sales of existing homes and in median prices. Home sales in February increased almost 2% compared with this time last year. Median prices increased 6.1% over last February as well, according to data released by the Wisconsin REALTORS Association. In the Milwaukee area, […]

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National real estate market & Midwest showing many positive signs

March 23, 2015

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Nationally, the real estate market numbers in January show sales 4.7% higher than a year ago and above year over year totals for the fifth month in a row. As for median home price, for all housing types, that stood at $202,600, up 7.5% over last February. This marks 36 months of price gains. In the […]

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Metro Milwaukee real estate update for February 2015

March 16, 2015

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Home sales in the metro Milwaukee area were stable in February, typically one of the slower months for home sales. As we ramp up into the spring selling season, more listings are needed to meet buyer demand. Contact your First Weber agent for a free market analysis on your current home and think seriously about putting […]

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Wisconsin real estate sales update for January: Sales down 3.7%, prices up 6.5%

February 23, 2015

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Wisconsin real estate sales in the first month of 2015 fell slightly compared to last year at this time, down 3.7%, yet median prices continued to grow at a steady rate, up 6.5%. Home prices have risen 34 of the last 35 months and mortgage rates remain low.  Some markets are experiencing a shortage of homes to […]

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