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

May 11, 2017

April Metro Milwaukee real estate sale down 4% due to lack of inventory. Seller’s advantage continues.

April Metro Milwaukee real estate sale down 4% due to lack of inventory. Seller’s advantage continues.

The real estate market remains busy, sales slowing a bit because of a lack of inventory. All counties but one (Washington) saw new listing numbers decrease compared to last year at this time and Washington County just barely. “Days on Market” is also down dramatically.  This is an excellent time to put your home on the […]

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April 27, 2017

Wisconsin real estate market March 2017 : Highest March sales in more than 10 years

Wisconsin real estate market March 2017 : Highest March sales in more than 10 years

Wisconsin real estate market March 2017: Highest March sales in more than 10 years. Wisconsin home sales and prices jumped in March – well above last year’s March performance and the best sales since 2005.   Sales up 7.2% Prices up 5.2% to $163,000 as a statewide median Inventory remains low, driving prices up.   […]

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April 11, 2017

Metro Milwaukee home sales up 5% in March. Trend of strong sales continues.

Metro Milwaukee home sales up 5% in March. Trend of strong sales continues.

The real estate market remains busy, sales slowing a bit because of a lack of inventory. However, all counties have recently seen an increase in inventory of homes for sale- anywhere from a .4% increase in new listings (Waukesha County) to an increase of 10% (Washington County). “Market conditions are ripe for a strong spring and […]

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March 21, 2017

Wisconsin real estate market update: Sales and listings down, prices rise 6% over last year statewide. Some regions see double digit increases.

Wisconsin real estate market update: Sales and listings down, prices rise 6% over last year statewide. Some regions see double digit increases.

Another month of sales slipping due to lack of inventory to actually sell. Home prices rose 6% compared to last year at this time. Some regions saw double digit price growth compared to sale prices last year at this time. New listings down statewide by 8%.  Those looking to sell now will benefit from the […]

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March 13, 2017

Metro Milwaukee real estate update February 2017: Sales slow down due to lack of inventory. Buyer activity remains high.

Metro Milwaukee real estate update February 2017: Sales slow down due to lack of inventory. Buyer activity remains high.

The real estate market remains busy, sales slowing a bit because of a lack of inventory. However, several counties have had 2 great months of increasing inventory of homes for sale: Ozaukee, Racine and Washington Counties. Months of inventory across the metro area remains under 4 months, strongly leaning towards a seller’s advantage as buyers compete […]

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