The Wisconsin Realtors Association said it's "disappointed" by a recent Wisconsin Supreme Court decision preventing a northern Wisconsin resident from subdividing his shoreland property.
The real estate market picked back up in July after months of slumping sales because of the coronavirus pandemic, as Wisconsin recorded a record number of sales of existing homes last month.
Wisconsin's pace of new home construction and subdivision development dropped in 2019 from the previous year, a sign the state's housing supply is bottoming out amid strong demand last year.
Gov. Tony Evers has signed a bill meant to clean up a law that has led some local governments to require contractors to file applications for building permits in both paper and electronic forms.
It probably came as little surprise to readers of a recent University of Wisconsin report on Wisconsin construction and real estate that these two industries are only behind manufacturing in their contributions to the state’s economy.
Contractors well know that governors can shape the regulations their industry is subject to not only by passing legislation but also re-interpreting laws already on the books.
A lot of rain — but maybe not as much as you think — fell Aug. 20 on the shallow, 281-square-mile basin of land that drains into Madison's lakes Mendota and Monona.
A recent report shows that Wisconsin's tight housing market continues to show signs of improvement with housing inventory increasing for the second consecutive month.
A new report shows home sales in Wisconsin hit a record high between December and February, which are typically off-months.
A healthy growth in November home sales puts 2018 in position to easily set a record year in home sales, according to a report from the Wisconsin Realtors Association.
A building-code expert is warning that a recent attorney general opinion finding the state can’t enforce a fire-sprinkling rule threatens to undermine other code standards for commercial buildings. Attorney General Brad Schimel, […]
About six months after being doused by Gov. Scott Walker, questions over whether certain types of new apartment buildings should be required to have sprinklers have been rekindled.
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