Monday, February 11, 2013
Milwaukee County is one of seven counties that saw foreclosure filings decrease from January 2012.
The number of foreclosures filings in Southeastern Wisconsin fell to the lowest level in six years, reported the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. The newspaper reported that there were 720 mortgage foreclosures filings in Kenosha, Milwaukee, Ozaukee, Racine, Walworth, Washington and Waukesha counties in January. Economists tell the paper that this demonstrates a recovering housing market and economy. In Milwaukee County, foreclosures filings decreased from January 2012 to 355 from 542, or 34.5%. Other counties drops: Looking to buy a home in Greenfield? Check out our Homes for Sale feature.
Thursday, November 8, 2012
But even with their "higher" price tags, they still could be great bargains.
We recently took a look at the cheapest homes available in Greenfield, and now we're looking at some of the best bargains. Here are the five most expensive foreclosed homes in Greenfield, according to AOL Real Estate, that just might be listed well below what they're worth:
Wednesday, October 31, 2012
Looking for a great deal on a home in Greenfield? Maybe something you'd like to try to flip, or a starter home, or just a change of scenery? Check these listings out.
Looking for a great deal on a home in Greenfield? Maybe something you'd like to try to flip, or a starter home, or just a change of scenery? The following five homes can be had for less than $70,000, and are the cheapest available homes in Greenfield accordording to AOL Real Estate: