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

January 31, 2017

Are Conservation Programs Good or Bad When Selling a Property?

Are Conservation Programs Good or Bad When Selling a Property?

Article provided by Rural Property Pro Jay Frazier, who works exclusively with rural property buyers and sellers. First Weber is fortunate to have him on the team and we are happy to share his vast knowledge of rural land in Wisconsin “As a Wisconsin REALTOR specializing in rural properties, landowners often ask me about how […]

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January 30, 2017

The spring market is NOW. Lowest statewide inventory of homes for sale since 2009.

The spring market is NOW. Lowest statewide inventory of homes for sale since 2009.

Don’t wait until the snow melts to put your home on the market. Buyers are searching NOW and competing offers are common.   Inventories of less than six months indicate a seller’s market. Statewide, the inventory of homes for sale is at 4.9 months, the lowest level since 2009 when the Wisconsin REALTORS Association started tracking. […]

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January 23, 2017

Record year for Wisconsin real estate sales

Record year for Wisconsin real estate sales

We ended 2016 on a strong note – busy all through fall.  And the year-end numbers are truly impressive – a record year with 81,000 units sold across the state.  Solid sales performance was seen in every region of Wisconsin from gains in the 3.5% range in the Central region to 7.8% in the North. Sales […]

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January 19, 2017

Metro Milwaukee real estate update: 2016 Best sales year since 2005

Metro Milwaukee real estate update: 2016 Best sales year since 2005

What a year!  Sales up, prices up, buyer competition over not enough homes for sale… It is prime listing opportunity time. We look forward to a strong 2017. Even percentage to list price has increased for all counties in addition to a shorter “Days on market.”  Be sure to talk to your favorite First Weber […]

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January 10, 2017

Strong & stable rural WI land market

Strong & stable rural WI land market

2016 Rural land market review Low Inventory Continues This sounds like a looping track, but low inventory persists. This has been the case since around October of 2015. Nice properties 40-150 acres are selling quickly. The average parcel size that sold during the fourth quarter was 71 acres. This is a great time for landowners to […]

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