Ten Healthiest Housing Markets in Wisconsin

SmartAsset, a company which provides data based information on retirement, housing and investment, ranked the ten healthiest housing markets in Wisconsin based on factors that look at stability, affordability and risk of loss. Oshkosh Northwestern Media /The Northwestern recently posted an article based on the study and talked with First Weber’s Gail Schwab about the Oshkosh real estate market and its ranking of #6, stating that Oshkosh is a stable, predictable housing market.

“The growth in property value here will be slow. Other communities around the country flew much higher and are now way down in equity,” Schwab said in the article. “But I would rather live in a level market, emotionally. You know what happened yesterday and you know what’s coming tomorrow. It’s a little easier to predict and project in a market like that.”


Her comments do indeed apply to all areas of Wisconsin, which is ideal because communities on SmartAssets list of the ten healthiest housing markets in Wisconsin are all over the state where First Weber sells homes.


Those top ten healthiest housing markets in Wisconsin are:

1. Wisconsin Rapids

2. Marshfield

3. Eau Claire

4. New Berlin

5. Elm Grove

6. Oshkosh

7. Brookfield

8. Sussex

9. Neenah

10. Middleton


Click into the links above to learn about these top Wisconsin communities including real estate statistics, school data, properties for sale and nearby points of interest around each home. Contact your local First Weber agent to get started on buying or selling your home.

Of the cities listed above, we have real estate offices to serve the area:

Wisconsin Rapids office

Marshfield office

New Berlin offices: Brookfield, Metro South and Waukesha

Elm Grove office

Oshkosh office

Brookfield office

Neenah: Appleton and Oshkosh offices

Sussex offices: Lake Country and Menomonee Falls


First Weber sells real estate throughout Wisconsin: Metro Milwaukee and Southeastern WI, South Central Wisconsin/Greater Madison, Southwest Wisconsin, Central Wisconsin, Northeast Wisconsin and Wisconsin’s great Northwoods.




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