The Metropolitan Milwaukee real estate market continued its record-breaking pace in June and through the 2nd quarter of the year.

The 10,253 units sold in the first 6 months of the year were the most ever, and the 2,494 units sold in June were the most in five years. Mid-range priced properties have been good sellers for a few years, but in June sales of units at the upper-end of the market increased. Units in the $400K - $499K range were up 63%, and those over $500K were up 71%.

Home sales in June see largest decline since 2012

Homes also sold at their priciest and quickest pace on record during June, but Redfin said that sales pace and market competition have now likely peaked for 2021. The housing market has been on a wild ride for the past several months, but a new...

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Generation rent is looking to become generation buy

Generation Z is just entering the housing market, but their impact will be felt across the real estate industry. Why? Because they value owning a home. In fact, according to a Gen Z Survey, 72% of those surveyed plan on buying a home...

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Remodeling Confidence Up Despite Material Shortages

The National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) recently released its Remodeling Market Index (RMI) for the second quarter. The reading of 87 is 14 points higher from the second quarter of 2020-an indicator that residential remodeling...

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