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Where available in Wisconsin, we give you access to the local MLS (Multiple Listing Service) which is the most complete source for homes for sale listings.

Major Wisconsin Metro Areas

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Appleton Area Marshfield-Wisconsin Rapids Area
Baraboo Area Menomonie Area
Beaver Dam Area Merrill Area
Chicago-Naperville-Joliet Area Milwaukee-Waukesha-West Allis Area
Duluth Area Minneapolis-St. Paul-Bloomington Area
Eau Claire Area Monroe Area
Fond du Lac Area Oshkosh-Neenah Area
Green Bay Area Platteville Area
Iron Mountain Area Racine Area
Janesville Area Sheboygan Area
La Crosse Area Stevens Point Area
Madison Area Watertown-Fort Atkinson Area
Manitowoc Area Wausau Area
Marinette Area Whitewater Area

Other Wisconsin Cities

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Abbotsford Bowler Coon Valley
Adams Brantwood Cornucopia
Alma Briggsville Couderay
Alma Center Brill Crandon
Almena Bruce Cumberland
Amery Brussels Curtiss
Antigo Bryant Cushing
Arcadia Butternut Dallas
Argonne Cable Dalton
Argyle Cameron Danbury
Arkansaw Camp Douglas Darlington
Arkdale Caroline De Soto
Armstrong Creek Cashton Deerbrook
Ashland Cataract Dellwood
Baileys Harbor Catawba Dodge
Balsam Lake Cazenovia Dorchester
Barron Cecil Dresser
Barronett Centuria Drummond
Bayfield Chaseburg Durand
Belmont Chetek Eagle River
Benoit Chili Eastman
Benton Clam Lake Edgewater
Berlin Clayton Egg Harbor
Big Falls Clear Lake Elcho
Birchwood Clintonville Eleva
Birnamwood Cochrane Ellison Bay
Black River Falls Colby Elroy
Blair Coloma Elton
Blanchardville Comstock Embarrass
Bonduel Conover Endeavor
Boulder Junction Conrath  


Wisconsin Quick Statistics
Population: 5,627,970 (Ranked 20th)
Largest Wisconsin Cities:
Milwaukee: 602,200
Madison (Capital): 228,780
Green Bay: 101,210
Notable Areas:
The largest city in Wisconsin, Milwaukee is located on the southwestern shore of Lake Michigan. The city has a rich European history. French missionaries and fur traders were the first to pass through the area. Later on, in the mid 19th century, German immigrants settled in the city.
The capital of Wisconsin, Madison is the county seat of Dane County. The city forms the core of the United States Census Bureau’s Madison Metropolitan Statistical Area, which is one of the fastest growing in Wisconsin.
Green Bay:
The county seat of Brown County, Green Bay is located at the head of a sub-basin of Lake Michigan with the same name. This advantageous location has helped Green Bay become an industrial city that contains several meatpacking and paper plants and a port on the Bay.
Wisconsin Real Estate Market Snapshot
Housing Units (2007): 2,560,099
Households (2000): 2,084,544
Home Ownership Rate (2000): 68.4%
Average WI Home Sales Price: $251,542
Wisconsin Income (2007)
Median Household: $50,567
Median Family: $ 62,804
University of Wisconsin System:  includes 26 campus
Wisconsin Technical College System: includes 16 campus
Notable Private Universities: Marquette University, Milwaukee School of Engineering, Medical College of Wisconsin, Concordia University, Edgewood College, Beloit College, and Lawrence University
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