Westallis Wisconsin Real Estate
West Allis, Wisconsin, includes more than 1,000 properties with a median value of $1.5 million or more. The national average is $2.7 million, or about $5,500 per square foot, less than half the federal average.
West Allis ranks first in the state in the number of homes with a median value of $1.5 million or more, and has the second highest median price per square foot of any Wisconsin city. A new report from the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) shows that the median property value in West Wisconsin is greater than any other state, at more than 1,000 homes.
West Allis is presented as the second highest median price per square foot in a Wisconsin city, at $1.5 million or more, and with a median price of $1,140, more than double the average cost in the state of Wisconsin. The median cost is expressed as a percentage of the total cost for people with a home in the West Metro area. Second, it shows the median property tax paid per homeowner in that region, $3,344. That's 11.2% larger and also shows a rent distribution for the area compared to the states of Wisconsin. West All also has the highest rental rates in Wisconsin, with a median rate of 2.3%, while the median property tax is 3.344%.
Figure 10 shows the median price per square foot for a home in the West Allis area, $1.5 million or more, and includes the associated costs of property taxes, mortgage interest, insurance, property taxes, and other costs. Figure 10 shows a rental distribution for the area compared to the states of Wisconsin with a median rate of 2.3%. That includes an average rent of $2,500 a month and associated costs of more than $3,000 a year.
This analysis is useful for understanding affordable housing by excluding the cost of financing in the area depicted, as well as the cost of property taxes, insurance and other costs.
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Other communities nearby may also be of interest to you in your housing search, but they need to behave themselves. We have purchased homes in West Allis, Green Bay, Milwaukee, Madison, Waukesha and Milwaukee County, to name a few, and we have homes in Wausau, La Crosse, Manitowoc, Racine and Madison.
If you look at the housing data in Figure 7, the average West Allis home price is shown below. Figure 11 shows the number of homeowners in the West Allis metro area and shows that the homeowners do not have a mortgage. There are more than 1,000 apartments for sale in Elm Grove, but we have not provided any data on the median price of a house there, except that it is described as "Elm Grove."
West Allis is 50.5% higher in terms of median property taxes paid compared to the US average of $2,471 and is represented and represented as a mortgage of 21%, which is more than twice the US average. No mortgage (14%) is less than half of the homeowners in the West London area, but it has acted as if it is.
In the last quarter, NeighborhoodScout data shows that the rate of home appreciation in West Allis is 1.27%, which equates to an appreciation of $1,073 per square meter, or $2,082 per month. The data shows that in the past 12 months, there has been a 2.5% increase in the West London area. In the late quarter of the year, the West Allis appreciation was 2% (more than double the US average of 3.2%), and over the past 12 months it has been 4.1% - more like the Wisconsin average (4%).
West Allis is about three-quarters the size of the US average of 1,062%, but has the largest area of any major metropolitan area in Wisconsin, with a rental rate of 2.0%. West All also has one of the largest percentages of rents, with income ranging from 40 to 50 percent (21 percent of the total), placing it in first place and third among the top 10 largest metropolitan areas in Wisconsin for rents.