Milwaukee, Wisconsin is located on the southwest shore of Lake Michigan and is known for beer manufacturing. Milwaukee is a highly developed cultural center with a long boardwalk known as the Milwaukee Riverwalk, a huge cultural center attached to the Milwaukee Art Museum known as Miller Park and the U.S. Celluar Arena. The waterfront is shining with the glass and steel spires of new condos, lofts and apartments. Just southwest of the city are suburbs on the Kettle Moraine that are close to the many freshwater lakes.
As of November, 2012 the average price per square foot for sale in Milwaukee was $81. This is an increase of 11% compared to the same time period the previous year.
There are, as of November 3,899 homes in the pre-foreclosure, auction, or bank-owned stages of the foreclosure process. The average listing price for homes for sale in Milwaukee WI is $140,220.
One of the most popular neighborhoods in Milwaukee is also one of its most traditional and historic. Bay View is located just south of the downtown area and is on the National Register of Historic Places. The architecture of this area that is bounded by Lake Michigan, Meredith Street, Nock Street and Wentworth Avenue reflects the area’s former industrialized past. Nowadays the area has been rehabilitated and is home to many clubs, theaters, bars, clothing stores and art galleries. A home here has an average listing value of $157,213.
North Avenue, Ogden Avenue, Lake Park and Prospect Avenue border the lower East side. It is also one of the most popular neighborhoods in the area. The average listing price of a property here is $157,213. This is a good area to buy in if you are thinking of owning an investment property as nearly 87% of people who live in this neighborhood are renters. This is an artsy area with many boutiques, restaurants and galleries.
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