Third Quarter Milwaukee/Madison metro area median sales prices rise

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77 of the 150 metropolitan areas tracked by the National Association of Realtors show modest home price increases since last year, despite a drop in the number of sales that resulted after the expiration of the tax credit.

Let’s take a look at the breakdown and consider ourselves fortunate: Milwaukee and Madison are 2 of those 77 areas which saw price increases. 

Milwaukee, Wisconsin saw a 4.9% increase in single family median home sale prices in the third quarter of 2010 versus third quarter 2009. 

Madison, Wisconsin posted an even higher gain of 6.4% during the same time frame.

2 metro areas showed no change over last year

77 metro areas had drops in median sale price

Wisconsin real estate has something going for it when you look at the national real state picture.  Source of data NAR

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