February 2021 Housing Market


The silver lining around the past years’ pandemonium has to be the renewed importance of “home.” Clearly, a house is much more than plywood and nails. As more jobs go remote and kids attend school virtually, the more crucial it is to love where you live. If home is where the heart is: have you found yours?


January 2021 Housing Market


Southeastern Wisconsin's residential real estate market generally cools down with the temperature. Winter months are often marked by decreased buyer activity, as well as fewer homes entering and leaving the market, as new listings and sold homes, respectively. This winter, however, buyer demand and activity have remained high. While inventory decreased in January 2021, both sales and sales prices were up - Nationally, Regionally and Locally.

August 2020 Housing Market Update


Overall, it has been one heck of a summer. Personally, I have experienced incredibly high buyer demand and frustratingly low inventory. This has resulted in many more offers written compared to offers accepted.

May 2020 Real Estate


Able buyers: get your ducks in a row sooner rather than later. When the right home comes onto the market, you will need to act fast. Potential sellers: do not miss this opportunity. We do not know how long the odds will stay in your favor.

Weekend in Wisco!


The light fluffy snow we’ve had these last few days has been beautiful! That being said, please drive safely if you’re planning to drive this weekend. Here is the forecast! I added many more options of things to do this weekend, so enjoy! The following events sound like a lot of fun:

December 2019 Southeastern WI Market Update and Year in Review

The Mero-Milwaukee Multiple Listing Service gathers the previous month's active and sold data on the 10th of each month. Here's what they've got to say about our current market conditions, with end-of-the-year data from December 2019...