What did that house sell for?

red sold sign

Want to know what the house down the street sold for?  Many people are curious about real estate values in their area, even if they are not considering moving. To meet that desire for information, we’ve added a search for sold property data on firstweber.com.  Beyond satisfying curiousity, those who are considering a move can use the information to guide them in pricing their home for sale and Wisconsin home buyers can see what homes are actually selling for.  Being educated on the Wisconsin real estate market can help buyers and sellers make wise real estate decisions.

How do I access sold data?

For South Central and Southeastern Wisconsin properties, firstweber.com users have the ability to conduct a “Sold search” with the criteria of their choice by selecting “Sold Listings” under firstweber.com’s Property Search menu . No log in is required for properties in the South Central Wisconsin MLS or the Metro Milwaukee MLS system.

What about other areas of Wisconsin?

Information on Sold properties for all other areas of Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan can be searched by registering for a free My First Weber account which offers sold data and more after log in. The reason for the difference has to do with the rules of different MLS systems. We know you’ll find a MyFirstWeber account useful for more than just searching sold property. 

Whatever Wisconsin region you are looking in, we’re happy to provide access to SOLD Wisconsin property data to help make your real estate decision making easier. Please try it out and thank you for visiting the First Weber Wisconsin real estate & Wisconsin living blog.

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