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This weekend in Wisconsin: Scrapbook Expo, Spring Fest, Model Train Show

April 23, 2014

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This weekend in Wisconsin: Scrapbook Expo, Spring Fest, Model Train Show

A selection of community happenings across Wisconsin can be found each week here at the First Weber Wisconsin real estate & Wisconsin living blog. We hope you find something fun to do! April 25, Art Crawl, Evansville April 25, Energy Fair, Evansville April 25, Free Admission-Rotary Botanical Gardens, Janesville April 25-26, 30th Star Benefit Antiques Auction, Eagle April 25-26, Gallery […]

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Wisconsin Housing Affordability Index still high.

April 22, 2014

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Wisconsin Housing Affordability Index still high.

What is the Wisconsin Housing Affordability Index? This number shows what percentage of a median priced home a buyer with a median family income could afford, assuming  current mortgage rates and 20% down. So, a typical buyer could afford 237% of a median priced home in Wisconsin.    While still very affordable, the Housing Affordability […]

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Poll: Americans Prefer Real Estate Over Stocks, Gold | Realtor Magazine

April 22, 2014

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Poll: Americans Prefer Real Estate Over Stocks, Gold | Realtor Magazine

DAILY REAL ESTATE NEWS | MONDAY, APRIL 21, 2014 Americans have renewed confidence in real estate as a great investment. In fact, Americans believe real estate is the “best” long-term investment, followed by gold, stocks, mutual funds, savings accounts/CDs, and bonds, according to a new Gallup Poll of about 1,000 adults who were asked to […]

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Wisconsin real estate sales down with the never-ending winter. Sale prices up 7%

March 17, 2014

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Wisconsin real estate sales down with the never-ending winter. Sale prices up 7%
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Wisconsin real estate sales and prices: January 2014 update

February 20, 2014

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Everyone in Wisconsin can attest to the fact that this has been a hard winter. And real estate sales in January reflect that, down almost 7% compared with last January.  However, median prices are up 3.2% over last January. In fact, prices have risen in 22 of the last 23 months. Wisconsin housing remains very […]

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