- You may never find a lower priced, FULL SERVICE Listing commission to Sell your Home in Menomonee Falls.
- Some of the outstanding features included:
- Current Market Value Reports
- Showing Reports
- Expert Negotiations
- Advanced Internet Coverage
- Enhanced Picture Pro-folio
- One of the most important features is Buyer Screening. Its important to know if a Buyer Qualifies for a loan before signing a contract.
- 4.8% Listings in Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin during June 2013.
- Available only in Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin
- Minimum 3 Month Contract
- Reduced Commission is also good for Listing Extensions until your home sells.
- Offered only by Dennis Herman of Ez1 Realty a member of Realty Executives
- Call or E-mail for more details
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Looking for the perfect home may be an experience of a life time. It may have its up and downs. Here are a couple of hints to keep the process in perspective.
Make a list of your needs and desires. A new home should have everything you need and most of what you desire.
Begin your search early. Keep up to date on current market conditions and price trends, interest rates and loan programs.
Know your limitations. Don't get involved with repairs and updates beyond your scope of experience and your budget.
Gather a team you know you can rely upon. This will include a Real Estate Agent, Lender and an Inspector.
Having worked with a number of Buyers, I have developed listening skills which allow me to review a number of properties and find those most likely to appeal to the buyer's individual needs and desires. After reviewing hundreds of listings I can present a short list of homes to view. In most cases buyers have chosen one of these properties to become their new home.
- Real Estate Sales are stronger than expected for the first 5 months in Menomonee Falls. From January 1, 2013 to June 10, 2013 The MLS shows only 326 single family Listings for all of Menomonee Falls. Much lower than normal. Sellers seem to be holding off, waiting for the market to change.
- Out of 326 total single family home listings shown on June10, 2013:
- 162 are active, 58 have accepted offers
- 164 have sold since January 1.
- That leaves only 104 single family homes available for sale in Menomonee Falls. Prices are on the rise across all price ranges.
- Please contact me for detailed information in your neighborhood and price range. You can also request free automatic MLS updates E-mailed directly to you to help track this ever changing market.
My simple promise is, "provide the level of service I expect when I shop for a major purchase. "
Information about Selling your home
There are many pages available with information focused on marketing and sales techniques. Marketing strategies and enhancements can be found on this page describing Property listings with a flexible commission scale.
If you are in the early stages of listing your property or interested in keeping up on current market conditions in your area, you now have the ability to quickly enter your property information to receive a free Market Analysis with updates on a schedule to fit your needs. This form will aid in providing you with the most accurate information available. Following is a list of links to these specialized pages.
How to present a Listing on the Internet
The Research Local Property Values page offers a collection of currently sold homes listed by city as a quick reference to property values.
Listing Information for Sellers includes valuable information and links for sellers.
This web site is designed to completely satisfy the Real Estate needs of buyers and sellers. Following is a brief explanation of the services and information you will find on this site.
From this page you can browse all types of properties for sale in Southeastern Wisconsin.
When time is a factor, an exclusive feature to this web site is the ability to offer automatic MLS updates through the use of a quick and easy form, listing the features of the property you are searching for. Following is a list of links to these specialized pages.
Buy a home and remodel it with the same loan. This revolutionary new lending concept is now available. Visit the Different Types of Real Estate Home Loans page.
If your interest centers on foreclosed homes and bank owned properties, you can list your requirements on the special page dedicated to providing you with information to find the best properties at the lowest market price.
Please feel free to call 414-426-1784 or E-mail for information on business and commercial properties.
Real Estate News
|May Home Sales Up 14.7%|
May home sales in the Metropolitan Milwaukee market increased 14.7% compared to May 2012.
While May prices were still down from their 2007 peak they were no longer being discounted. It was not uncommon to see multiple offers on a property pushing prices above the asking price.
The traditional spring selling season and higher prices that listings were commanding caused the influx of new listings, up 9.5% in May (2,684 in 2012 vs. 2,938 in 2013). Inventory levels for the first four months of 2013 were in the 7 month range for the entire metropolitan market, but the additional listings in May moved the inventory level to 8.03 months.
If the 2,220 listings with an active offer are subtracted from the 12,669 current listings, as of 6/10/2013, the inventory level drops to 7.5 months, indicating that the real estate market is very healthy.
The switch from a buyers’ market to a balanced/sellers’ market happened with lightning speed, thanks to the absorption of existing inventory and a slow response by sellers to list until May.
June marks the end of the 2nd quarter of 2013 and brokers expect average sales prices to show an increase in every county in the metropolitan area when housing statistics are released in July.
|April Home Sales Up 2.3%|
April home sales in the Metropolitan Milwaukee market were up 2.3% compared to a year earlier.
With spring here in all its bounty, it's time to renew, refresh and revive our understanding of what's fueling the ongoing market recovery. First, tightened inventory levels combined with strong demand are fueling price gains in many areas. Second, consumer demand is shifting from distressed properties to conventional homes. Third, record-low mortgage rates and rising rents are supporting housing recovery. Let's check the local scene.
New Listings in the Milwaukee region decreased 13.9 percent to 2,248. Pending Sales were down 30.3 percent to 1,020. Inventory levels shrank 19.9 percent to 7,507 units.
Prices moved higher. The Median Sales Price increased 9.3 percent to $165,000. Days on Market was down 10.1 percent to 106 days. Absorption rates improved as Months Supply of Inventory was down 30.6 percent to 6.1 months.
On the economic front, things inched forward. We saw a minor but important upward revision to Q4-2012 GDP growth that put us back in positive territory. In the political arena, key debates over the deficit, marriage, gun law, immigration reform and tax policy rage onward. The squeaky wheel gets the grease, and with this emerging housing recovery, there are no imminent housing-related bills. Perhaps that's a good thing.
MADISON, WI – February marked the 20th straight month of double-digit growth in sales of existing homes in Wisconsin, with sales up 11.7 percent compared to February 2012. Median home prices also grew to $122,000 in February, which represents a solid 6.1 percent rate of growth compared to February last year, according to statistics released by the Wisconsin REALTORS®Association (WRA).
“There are strong seasonal patterns in Wisconsin home sales, and the vast majority of homes sell between April and September, but we’ve had a very good housing market over the past winter,” said Renny Diedrich, Chairman of the WRA board of directors. Specifically, comparing the most recent December, January and February sales figures to those same months a year earlier, home sales increased 14.5 percent. “The housing market has been on a strong growth path since the summer of 2011, and while the growth rate has moderated slightly, this is a very good trend moving into the spring selling season,” Diedrich said.
|Home Sales Up 16.4% in February|
March 12, 2013 – The 4-county Metropolitan Milwaukee housing market continued plowing through the winter in February, posting a 16.4% increase in sales over February 2012. There were 960 sales in February, the most for that month since 2007 (1,033), just before the Great Recession began; and marking the 20th month in a row of increased home sales.
The sun is shining brighter for longer, the birds are chirping a bit louder and people have a renewed spring in their step. And then there's the climate. Home buyers and sellers are readying themselves for an exciting spring market. Buyers are motivated by an attractive affordability environment, while more and more sellers are receiving near top dollar for their home. We've come a long way over the past 12 to 18 months but we're not there yet. Here's how February stacked up.
New Listings in the Milwaukee region decreased 17.2 percent to 1,769. Pending Sales were down 18.3 percent to 873. Inventory levels shrank 20.5 percent to 7,156 units.
Prices reached for the clouds. The Median Sales Price increased 7.9 percent to $150,000. Days on Market was down 7.7 percent to 108 days. Absorption rates improved as Months Supply of Inventory was down 33.8 percent to 5.7 months.
A few consumers may feel less confident due to Washington's latest self-inflicted crisis. Others would advise not to read the news in the first place. The fact is, the economy continues to grow, but at a snail's pace. Sequestration is more of a nuisance than a real threat to recovery; and there's significant pent–up demand from renters, first-timers, parents' basementers and investors to counteract it.
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