Real estate market update for Southern Milwaukee County

October 5, 2011

open door policy

Here are the most recent reports  for the real estate market in the Southeastern/Southwestern Milwaukee County area.  Buyers are recognizing the values and opportunities!
51.1% increase
South Side – includes St. Francis, Cudahy, South Milwaukee and Oak Creek
There were 68 closed sales in August 2011 compared to 45 closed sales in 2010 – a 51.1% increase.
Median Sales price in August 2011 was $139,250, down 15.3% from August  2010  ($164,450).  
6.3% increase
The Southewest Area – includes Franklin, Greendale, Greenfield and Hales Corners
There were 68 closed sales in August 2011 compared to 64 closed sales  in 2010-  a  6.3% increase
The median sales price for August 2011 was  $186,500 down 3.7% from August 2010 ($193,750)
 90% increase
West Allis-West Milwaukee

There were 57 closed sales in August 2011 compared to 30 closed sales  in 2010-  a  90% increase
The median sales price for August 2011 was  $118,250 down only 1.4% from August 2010 ($119,900)
Price your home right to take advantage of the uptick in home buyer activity!


Patti Jastroch, ABRM, CRS, LTG, Associate Vice President
Patti works out of First Weber’s Metro South office which services the Southwestern & Southeastern Milwaukee County area. For more specifics on real estate in southern Milwaukee county, please contact Patti Jastroch.
Thank you for reading the First Weber Wisconsin real estate & Wisconsin living blog for information on real estate sales in southern Milwaukee County. To see what is currently for sale in Milwaukee County or just about anywhere in Wisconsin, please visit Data from Metro MLS.

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