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julinva

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This is not really an appraisal post, but I am hoping some of my peers can help. I am a Licensed Appraiser (working on certification) in Norfolk, Virginia. My husband has a job offer from the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee and we are considering a move to the area. I am wondering if any fellow appraisers can offer advice on nice neighborhoods that have good public schools (middle and high school) either in Milwaukee Co. or the surrounding area. I am wondering what we can expect to get in our price range of $400K to $600K. I have looked at homes on the internet, but it's hard to get a feel for neighborhoods etc. I thought who better to ask than fellow appraisers. Any and all input is greatly appreciated so that we can make an informed decision. :peace:
 

Calvin the Airedale

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This is not really an appraisal post, but I am hoping some of my peers can help. I am a Licensed Appraiser (working on certification) in Norfolk, Virginia. My husband has a job offer from the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee and we are considering a move to the area. I am wondering if any fellow appraisers can offer advice on nice neighborhoods that have good public schools (middle and high school) either in Milwaukee Co. or the surrounding area. I am wondering what we can expect to get in our price range of $400K to $600K. I have looked at homes on the internet, but it's hard to get a feel for neighborhoods etc. I thought who better to ask than fellow appraisers. Any and all input is greatly appreciated so that we can make an informed decision. :peace:
Your first mistake dear is that you should be shopping for wool underwear, snow shoes, boots, and a snow blower. That other stuff can wait.
 

julinva

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Duly Noted

:rof::rof:Point taken.
 

Donna Quixote

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Send me a PM and I will give you my phone number, I have lived here all my life and would love to give you a big Wisconsin welcome
 

JRS at OBX

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Send me a PM and I will give you my phone number, I have lived here all my life and would love to give you a big Wisconsin welcome
Does that include a cheese basket? :new_smile-l:
 

Tim Schneider

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Wisconsin
$400-$600K will have you living like a king here!
 

stangtime

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My wife is from the greater Millwaukee area. For your price range I think you will find lots of options. She grew up in Germantown and loved it there. Very family oriented, wholesome, and yes, Calvin, a little chilly half of the year. Menomonie (sp?) Falls is nice. Share how the process works for getting certified out there when you do. I may end up trying to do that one day.

Dan
 
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