Results tagged with 'real estate'
Published Dec. 29, 2014
2014 was just okay. I'm totally kidding, of course. It was a solid year stacked with great TV shows to binge watch, a slew of great movies; a fair amount of good, bad, and amusing moments in pop culture; and a lot of new tunes to listen to. As I put 2014 behind me and look forward to a new year, I reflected back to pick out a few of the best moments, and a couple of the worst moments to share.
Published July 11, 2014
One-bedroom (and a few studio) apartments are being built at the The Mayer Building, at the corner of St. Paul and Water Streets in the Historic Third Ward.
Published May 19, 2014
Schlitz Park announced today that Tracy Korpela has joined the Downtown riverfront office complex as assistant property manager.
Published July 25, 2013
Real esate blog Zillow recently ranked Milwaukee as the tenth best city for renters looking to get the most bang for their buck, with a median rent list price of $807, which translates to roughly $.91 per square foot.
Published June 16, 2013
In March, Heather Johnston launched Find My Spot, an online service that helps relocating-for-work people land in the right Milwaukee apartment and neighborhood. And yes, she's aware of the hint of sass in the name.
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Wednesday January 8th, 2014 – Clinton, WI I had my first comedy show of 2014 tonight, and it was as close to perfection as it gets in every way and on every level. If it were like this every night, I’d have all my needs met and then some. It painfully isn’t, so I...
If you bought a home last year, you may be eligible for a tax credit of up to $8,000 when you file your 2010 tax return. But before you start shopping for hardwood floors, make sure you qualify. And even if you're eligible, you'll need to take extra steps to prove that your claim is legitimate. C...
As any small business owner can tell you getting a loan right now is a challenge. If their business revolves around real estate it’s nearly impossible. Banks are still dealing with the consequences of the real estate melt down and are doing everything in their power to get real estate loa...
The City of Milwaukees Residential Rental Certificate program is a financial scheme designed to replenish shrinking city coffers. Stung by declining property assessments the city desperately needs another income stream to buttress its deteriorating financial position.This program is initially bei...
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