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8 Ways to Find Profitable But Cheap Multi Family Homes for Sale

Learn how to find cheap multi family homes for sale that will make you money!

Also referred to as a multi-dwelling unit (MDU), a multi family property is a residence that has two or more units within the same building. They come in different configurations, the most common being townhouses, duplexes, and some kinds of condos. Each unit comes with its own bathroom, kitchen, and living space.

So, why should people consider investing in multi family real estate?

  • High return on investment – Unlike a single family home that produces one monthly rental income, a multi family home generates multiple streams of income monthly.
  • Less risk – Vacancy for a single family property means a total loss of income. However, since multi family investment properties have multiple units, there is less risk of loss when one tenant moves out.
  • Scalability – Instead of buying one single unit at a time, real estate investors can grow their portfolio quickly by venturing into multi family properties.
  • Time/cost saving – The budget for purchasing a 20 unit multi family property is much lower than that of 20 similar single family homes. Besides low property prices, investors spend less money since they need only one leasing agent, property manager, attorney and handyman. In addition, handling paperwork is less time-consuming.
  • Dual usage – Investors can use multi family properties for both commercial and residential purposes. For instance, the ground floor could be rented out to businesses such as salons, barber shops, pharmacists, and even mini-markets, with the upper floors reserved for residential use.
  • House hacking – If the real estate investor doesn’t own a home yet, they could live in one of the units and rent out the rest. This means living for free while earning passive income every month.

However, though multi family properties come with a wide range of benefits, they can be very expensive. This is why investors need to learn how to find cheap multi family homes for sale. Here are a few ways:

1. Use Mashvisor’s Property Finder

Investors can use Mashvisor’s property finder to look for multi family homes that match their criteria in terms of listing price, optimal rental strategy, market availability, and return on investment. This tool can also help identify the best investment properties based on their cap rate, cash on cash return, and occupancy. The ability to select up to 5 locations at the same time saves investors the trouble of searching for multi family homes in individual cities. This means that not only can an investor find a cheap investment property but also one that is profitable.

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2. Consider a Fixer-Upper

Quite often, cheap real estate is sold at a low price because it requires plenty of rehab work. Investors can buy such properties, fix them up and sell them at a much higher price. However, such fixers often come with complications and risks, thus making them difficult to finance. Investors should keep in mind these tips before purchasing these types of cheap multi family homes for sale:

  • Get the fixer-upper checked by a professional home inspector.
  • Get an estimate of repair and renovation costs from licensed contractors.
  • Find cheap multi family homes for sale that only require ‘cosmetic fixes’ such as new paint or carpet.
  • Consider getting a rehab loan that will incorporate the renovation costs.

Related: Home Renovation: A Guide for Fixer-Upper Investments

3. Look Beyond the City

One of the most effective strategies for finding cheap multi family homes for sale is by focusing outside the busy suburbs and cities. Sometimes, low priced properties are found within just an hour or two’s drive from any major city. In the same way, investors should look outside the West and East Coast for cheaper and more profitable investments. The South and Midwest are more likely to have affordable real estate investments.

4. Look Around for ‘For Sale By Owner’ Signs

find cheap multi family homes for sale that are fore sale by owner

In an effort to avoid listing and advertising costs, some homeowners simply place a ‘For Sale By Owner’ (FSBO) sign in their front yard to attract buyers. Quite often, such property owners are not aware of the real value of their home. As a result, they are likely to sell them at a much lower price compared to other similar properties in the neighborhood.  

5. Check Dozens of Properties

Finding cheap multi family homes for sale will require looking at numerous properties in order to find the best deal. Investors should attend numerous open houses to get a good understanding of the local real estate market. In addition, arrangements should be made with a local realtor to tour dozens of multi family properties. Any free time could be spent driving up and down the neighborhood looking for FSBO signs. This will increase the chances of finding a great deal.

Related: What Are the Pros and Cons of a Real Estate Open House?

6. Set Up Automatic Alerts

This is a great strategy for anyone that doesn’t know how to find multi family homes for sale. Setting up automatic alerts allows a real estate investor to be the first to make an offer on cheap multi family homes for sale. Such alerts can be set up on real estate websites such as Mashvisor, or through a real estate agent. To avoid confusion, the alert should be set up specifically for multi family homes.

7. Look for Real Estate Owned (REO) Properties

A real estate owned (REO) property is one that was foreclosed by a financial institution and is now being resold. Quite often, REOs are properties that have been neglected for many years, thus requiring some fixing. Since banks are not emotionally involved like homeowners, it is much easier to negotiate a lower price and get a great deal on multi family foreclosures.

You can find bank-owned foreclosed real estate at Mashvisor. Click here to start your search.

8. Work with a Wholesaler

Buying through a wholesaler is a great strategy for finding cheap multi family homes for sale. A wholesaler is basically an individual that looks for great deals and then transfers the right to buy the property to another real estate investor with a small markup. Since wholesalers have excellent negotiation skills, buyers can enjoy great savings on investment properties. However, it should be noted that most wholesalers only do business with cash buyers. Besides online forums, wholesalers can be found through the ‘I’ll buy your house for cash!’ signs around the neighborhood.

Related: Real Estate Wholesaling in 7 Simple Steps


Before buying cheap multi family homes for sale, investors need to research potential neighborhoods thoroughly. Factors to be considered include amenities/attractions, school ratings, walk score, nearby businesses, public parking, the condition of other properties, and public transportation. This research can be done by searching online, driving through the neighborhood personally or working with a local agent.

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Multifamily residential

Type of housing development that emphasizes density and proximity of many neighbors

Multifamily residential (also known as multidwelling unit or MDU) is a classification of housing where multiple separate housing units for residential inhabitants are contained within one building or several buildings within one complex.[1] Units can be next to each other (side-by-side units), or stacked on top of each other (top and bottom units). A common form is an apartment building. Many intentional communities incorporate multifamily residences, such as in cohousing projects. Sometimes units in a multifamily residential building are condominiums, where typically the units are owned individually rather than leased from a single apartment building owner.


Before the Industrial Revolution, such examples are rare but existed only in historical urban centers. In Ancient Rome, these are called insulae, skyscrapers in Shibam,[2]malice houses in Madrid, and casbah in the Casbah of Algiers.


  • Apartment building or block of flats - a building with multiple apartments. There can be multiple apartments on each floor and there are often multiple floors. Apartment buildings can range in many sizes, some with only a few apartments, other with hundreds of apartments on many floors, or any size in between. There are often inside hallways and inside entrances to each apartment, but outside entrances to each apartment are also possible. An apartment building can be owned by one party and each of the apartments rented to tenants or each of the apartments can be owned as a condominium by separate parties.
  • Mixed use building - a building with space for both commercial, business, or office use, and space for residential use. Possible arrangements include the commercial/business use on the first or first couple floors and one or more apartments or residential spaces on the upper floors. Another possibility is to have the commercial/business area up front and the residential area in the back. Some or maybe all of the space may be used by the owner or some or all the business and residential units may be leased by the owner. Condominium ownership is also possible.
  • Apartment community - a collection of apartment buildings on adjoining pieces of land, generally owned by one entity. The buildings often share common grounds and amenities, such as pools, parking areas, and a community clubhouse, used as leasing offices for the community.
  • Brownstone: a New York City term for a rowhouse: see rowhouse.[3]
  • Bedsit: a British expression (short for bed-sitting room) for a single-roomed dwelling in a sub-divided larger house. The standard type contains a kitchenette or basic cooking facilities in a combined bedroom/living area, with a separate bathroom and lavatory shared between a number of rooms. Once common in older Victorian properties in British cities, they are less frequently found since the 1980s as a result of tenancy reforms, property prices and renovation grants that favour the refurbishment of such properties into self-contained flats for leasehold sale.
  • Close: Term used in Glasgow for high density slum housing built 1800-1870. Tenements usually 3 or 4 stories, terraced, back-to-back, around a short cul-de-sac.[4]
  • Cluster house: an older form of the Q-type house (see below)[5]
  • Condominium: a form of ownership with individual apartments for everyone, and co-ownership (by percentages) of all of the common areas, such as corridors, hallways, stairways, lobbies, recreation rooms, porches, rooftops, and any outdoor areas of the grounds of the buildings. Townhouses and apartments which are owned in the condominium form of ownership are often referred to as "condominiums" or "condos."
  • Court: high density slum housing built in the UK, 1800-1870. Two or more stories, terraced, back-to-back, around a short alley at right angles to the main street. Once common in cities like Liverpool[6] and Leeds.
  • Deck access: a block of "flats" which are accessed from a walkway that is open to the elements.
  • Dingbat (apartment building style)
  • Duplex (American English), Two-flat (British English) - a building commonly built on an edgeyard lot, consisting either of two residences, one to a storey, or a pair of semi-detached dwellings of one or several stories each. Common spaces shared by both residences may include a basement, foyer, stairwell, or porch.
  • Flat: In Great Britain and parts of Ireland, this means exactly the same as an "apartment". In and around San Francisco, CA, this term means an apartment that takes up an entire floor of a large house, usually one that has been converted from an older Victorian house. In Ireland, the use of the term "flat" generally implies an apartment that is smaller or of lesser value, while the term apartment is used for larger privately owned dwellings.
  • 2-Flat, 3-Flat, and 4-Flat houses: houses or buildings with 2, 3, or 4 flats, respectively, especially when each of the flats takes up one entire floor of the house. There is a common stairway in the front and often in the back providing access to all the flats. 2-Flats and sometimes 3-flats are common in certain older neighborhoods.
  • Four Plus One: an apartment building consisting of four stories above a parking lot. The four floors containing the apartment units are of wood-frame and masonry construction. It was particularly popular in Chicago during the 1960s and 1970s, especially on the city's north side.[7]
  • Garage-apartment: an apartment over a garage; if the garage is attached, the apartment will have a separate entrance from the main house.
  • Garlow: a portmanteau word "garage" + "bungalow"; similar to a garage-apartment, but with the apartment and garage at the same level.[8]
  • Garden apartment: a building style usually characterized by two-story, semi-detached buildings, each floor being a separate apartment.[9]
  • Garden flat: a flat which is at garden (ground) level in a multilevel house or apartment building, especially in the case of Georgian and Victorian terraced housing which has been sub-divided into separate dwellings.[10]
  • Housing cooperative (or Co-op): a form of ownership in which a non-profit corporation owns the entire apartment building or development and residents own shares in the corporation that correspond to their apartment and a percentage of common areas. In Australia this corresponds with a "company title" apartment.
  • Loft or warehouse conversion can be an apartment building wherein part of the unit, usually consisting of the bedroom(s) and/or a second bedroom level bath is sub-divided vertically within the structurally tall bay between the structural floors of a former factory or warehouse building. The lofts created in such are locally supported by columns and bearing walls and not part of the overall original load bearing structure.
  • Maisonette: an apartment / flat on two levels with internal stairs, or which has its own entrance at street level.
  • Mess: a building or flat with single bedroom per tenant and shared facilities like toilets and kitchens. These are popular with students, bachelors or low wage earners in the Indian subcontinent. It is similar to the bedsit in the UK. Some variants include multiple tenants per bedroom and inclusion of a centralized maid service or cooked meals with tenancy.
  • Mother-in-law apartment: small apartment either at the back, in the basement, or on an upper level subdivision of the main house, usually with a separate entrance (also known as a "Granny flat" in the UK, AustraliaNew Zealand and South Africa). If it is a separate structure from the main house, it is called a 'granny cottage' or a 'doddy house'. Such Secondary suites are often efficiency or two room apartments but always have kitchen facilities (which is usually a legal requirement of any apartment).
  • Microapartment: rather common in the same countries where microhouses (above) are popular. These small single-room dwellings contain a kitchen, a bathroom, a sleeping area, etc., in one place, usually in a multistorey building.
  • Officetel: small apartment providing a combined work and living area in one place, especially in South Korea.
  • One-plus-five: a mid-rise apartment or condominium building consisting of four or five wood-framed floors above a concrete podium. This type of construction exploded in popularity in North American cities in the 2010s.
  • Penthouse: the top floor of multistory building
  • Plattenbau (East German) / Panelák (Czech, Slovak): a communist-era tower block that is made of slabs of concrete put together.
  • Q-type:townhouse built mainly in housing estates in the UK beginning in the late 20th century. The houses are arranged in blocks of four with each house at a corner of the block. Similar to the earlier cluster house (see above).
  • Railroad apartment (or railroad flat): a type of apartment in which rooms are directly linked, without hallway separation, similar to a line of railroad cars.
  • Rooming house: a type of Single Room Occupancy building where most washing, kitchen and laundry facilities are shared between residents, which may also share a common suite of living rooms and dining room, with or without board arrangements. When board is provided (no longer common), a common dining time and schedule is imposed by the landlord who in such cases also serves as an innkeeper of sorts. In Australia and the United States, any housing accommodation with 4 or more bedrooms can be regarded as a rooming house if each bedroom is subject to individual tenancy agreements. In the U.S., rooming house lease agreements typically run for very short periods, usually week to week, or a few days at a time. Transient housing arrangements for longer term tenancies are implemented by a "rider" on a case by case basis, if local laws permit.
  • Rowhouse (USA); also called "Terraced home" (USA); also called "Townhouse": 3 or more houses in a row sharing a "party" wall with its adjacent neighbour. In New York City, "Brownstones" are rowhouses. Rowhouses are typically multiple stories. The term townhouse is currently coming into wider use in the UK, but terraced house (not "terraced home") is more common.
  • Shophouse: the name given in Southeast Asia to a terraced two to five story urban building featuring a shop or other public activity on the street level, with residential accommodation on upper floors.
  • Single Room Occupancy or SRO: a studio apartment, usually occurring with a block of many similar apartments, intended for use as public housing. They may or may not have their own washing, laundry, and kitchen facilities. In the United States, lack of kitchen facilities prevents use of the term "apartment", so such would be classified as a boarding house or hotel.
  • Six-pack: in New England (USA), this refers to a stick-built block of 6 apartments comprising (duplexed) two three story Triple deckers built side by side sharing one wall, a common roof, lot, yards (lawns and gardens, if any), parking arrangements, and basement, but possessing separately metered electric, and separate hot water and heating or air conditioning. In Australia, it refers to a style of apartments that were constructed during the 1960s, 70s and early 80s, usually comprising a single, masonry-built block containing 4 to 8 walk-up apartments (though sometimes, many more), of between 2 and 3 stories in height, with car parking at the side or rear.
  • Semi-detached - one building consisting of two separate "houses", typically side by side, each with separate entrances and typically without common inside areas. Each of the two houses typically has separate owners.
  • Studio apartment or Studio flat (UK), or Bachelor apartment or Efficiency apartment: a suite with a single room that doubles as living/sitting room and bedroom, with a kitchenette and bath squeezed in off to one side. The unit is designed for a single occupant or possibly a couple. Especially in Canada and South Africa, also called bachelor, or bachelorette if very small.
  • Tenement: a multiunit dwelling usually of frame construction, quite often brick veneered, made up of several (generally many more than four to six) apartments (i.e. a large apartment building) that can be up to five stories. Tenements do not generally have elevators. In the United States, the connotation sometimes implies a run-down or poorly cared-for building. It often refers to a very large apartment building usually constructed during the late 19th to early 20th-century era sited in cities or company towns.
  • Terraced house: since the late 18th century is a style of housing where (generally) identical individual houses are conjoined into rows - a line of houses which abut directly onto each other built with shared party walls between dwellings whose uniform fronts and uniform height created an ensemble that was more stylish than a "rowhouse". However, this is also the UK term for a "rowhouse" regardless of whether the houses are identical or not.
  • Tower block or Apartment tower: a high-rise apartment building.
  • Townhouse: also called Rowhouse (US). In the UK, a townhouse is a traditional term for an upper-class house in London (in contrast with country house), and is now coming into use as a term for new terraced houses, which are often three or more stories tall and may include a garage on the ground floor.
    • Stacked townhouse: units are stacked on each other; units may be multilevel; all units have direct access from the outside.
  • Three family home or Three family house: U.S. real estate and advertising term for several configurations of apartment classed dwelling buildings including:
    • Triple decker: a three-family apartment house, usually of frame construction, in which all three apartment units are stacked on top of one another. (For additional characteristics, also see Multifamily home features below.)
  • Triplex (American English), Three-flat (British English) - a building similar to a duplex except there are three stories. Two-flat and possibly three-flat buildings are rather common in certain older neighborhoods in certain cities.
  • Townhouse - a house attached to any number of other townhouses each of which may have multiple floors, commonly side by side each with their own separate entrances. Each such house has its own owner.
  • Two decker: a two family house consisting of stacked apartments that frequently have similar or identical floor plans. Some two deckers, usually ones starting as single-family homes, have one or both floors sub-divided and are therefore three or four-family dwellings. Some have external stairways giving a totally separate entrance, and some, usually those which have been a single-family house now sub-divided, are similar to the Maisonette plan but sharing a common external 'main entrance' door and lock, and a main internal hall with stairways letting to the separate apartments. (For additional characteristics, also see Multifamily home features below.)
  • Tyneside flat: a pair of single-storey flats in a two-storey terrace, distinctively with two separate front doors to the street rather than a shared lobby. Notably found on Tyneside, North Eastern England.
  • Quadplex (American English), Four-flat (British English) - a building similar to a three-flat except there are four flats. In some cases, the arrangement of apartments may be different and the lot size may be larger than that of a regular house.
  • Tong Lau(唐樓 / 騎樓): a type of shophouse found in southern China and old parts of Hong Kong. It has shops on the first floor, no basement, no garage and about 3-4 floors. It had to be short for the Tong Laus in Hong Kong is very close to the old Kai Tak airport, but it is now a cruise terminal and newer and higher buildings have sprung up there. The government has also been destroying the old Tong Laus and rebuilding.
  • "Toothpick Apartments": a type of apartment about 10-20 stories high and usually has one flat on each story. It is very thin, and surrounded by many other shorter buildings (Tong Lau), therefore nicknamed "Toothpick Apartments". They exist in Hong Kong, and are mostly private apartments. They have about 1-3 levels of car parks.
  • Unit: a type of Medium-density housing found in Australia and New Zealand.
  • Vatara: a housing complex, mainly found in urban Karnataka, India, similar to an apartment complex, but with mostly two stories and homes in a row on each floor.

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4 Unit Multi Family Buildings for sale in Milwaukee, WI.

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Sold DateUnitsAddressSold Price
2019-12-1343016 N 45th St$100,000
2018-10-3049500 W Capitol Dr$250,000
2020-04-1042412 N 36th St$5,000
2018-11-0942539 S Howell Ave$300,000
2019-02-2842182 S 95th St$360,000
2019-02-2842176 S 95th St$360,000
2018-12-0542421 S 5th Pl$75,000
2019-04-1943670 E Squire Ave$190,000
2019-05-0742344 W Hopkins St$9,000
2019-02-2849205 W Sheridan Ave$197,000
2019-04-1641720 W Lincoln$112,000
2018-10-2546257 W Oklahoma Ave$238,000
2019-03-0748412 W Lisbon Ave$109,000
2018-11-1544111 W Morgan Ave$290,000
2019-01-0744076 N 92nd St$266,000
2019-05-3042029 W Mitchell St$190,000
2018-12-1043205 N 76th St$258,000
2019-03-0843643 E Armour Ave$168,000
2018-12-1441943 S 89th St$270,000
2018-10-3048011 W Burleigh St$255,000
2018-10-1543734 W Miller Ln$115,000
2018-10-2644031 N 61st St$220,000
2019-03-1545105 N 84th St$254,000
2018-11-304818 E Brady St$550,000
2018-11-1646122 W Florist Ave$224,300
2018-11-1544131 W Morgan Ave$310,000
2019-05-2044665 N 76th St$244,900
2018-11-0241700 W Lincoln Ave$81,000
2018-11-2941532 S 37th St$182,000
2018-11-2141633 N Franklin Pl$401,500
2018-12-2142675 N 52nd St$142,500
2019-01-0845430 W Beloit Rd$235,000
2019-01-0845436 W Beloit Rd$235,000
2018-10-3147421 W Fernwood Cir$275,000
2018-10-3146930 W Euclid Ave$285,000
2019-05-0942117 S 91st St$264,300
2019-03-2641620 S 21st St$105,000
2019-01-0844849 N Mohawk Ave$250,000
2018-11-2141437 S 5th St$116,000
2019-04-3042507 N Bartlett Ave$296,500
2019-02-1143461 N 82nd St$245,000
2019-05-3143521 W National Ave$150,000
2019-08-0843471 N 76th St$238,500
2019-12-0641340 W Holmes Ave$250,000
2019-01-0444261 N Teutonia Ave$94,900
2018-12-3149604 W Oklahoma Ave$271,000
2019-01-0244919 W Luscher Ave$128,000
2019-01-0943064 N 73rd St$223,500
2019-01-2842400 S 92nd St$266,188
2019-02-2847318 W Fernwood Cir$315,000
2019-05-174767 S 24th St$135,000
2019-02-1241119 S 20th St$107,500
2019-04-2949015 W Bender Ave$195,000
2019-03-2242732 N 15th St$130,078
2019-04-1542455 W Mc Kinley Ave$72,000
2019-04-1541304 Milwaukee Ave$295,000
2019-04-0142025 W Warnimont Ave$256,000
2019-03-1445175 N 57th St$177,001
2019-03-2942304 W Van Beck Ave$320,000
2019-05-034812 E Clarke St$264,999
2019-03-2042828 S 61st St$330,000
2019-03-1943546 E Layton Ave$318,000
2019-06-1445262 N Teutonia Ave$156,000
2019-03-2943330 W Kinnickinnic River Pkwy$311,000
2019-07-1741226 N 33rd St$58,900
2019-04-124729 Hawthorne Ave$220,000
2019-04-1145832 W Stack Dr$325,000
2019-06-1843501 S 86th St$300,300
2019-07-2446100 W Vliet St$349,000
2019-05-1042675 N 61st St$260,000
2019-06-0744315 N 90th St$251,500
2019-06-2545624 S Marilyn St$274,256
2019-09-1241105 S 33rd St$105,000
2019-05-1743075 N 80th St$255,000
2019-05-3043037 W Iona Ter$277,500
2019-07-0342567 S 92nd St$309,000
2019-07-1942649 N 1st St$115,000
2019-06-0549239 W Sheridan Ave$181,000
2019-06-1444163 N 91st St$255,000
2019-05-2243638 E Plankinton Ave$379,900
2020-02-1442502 N 9th St$88,000
2019-11-2544021 N 61st St$160,000
2019-08-1242153 S 56th St$260,000
2019-07-0144377 N 90th St$249,000
2019-07-2641930 S 91st St$200,000
2019-09-2342777 N Booth St$245,000
2019-07-0243863 S 75th St$285,000
2019-05-3142528 S 11th St$89,000
2019-06-2541232 W Keefe Ave$280,100
2019-06-1945720 N 91st St$195,000
2019-08-024508 N 28th St$157,500
2019-07-03411001 W Hampton Ave$260,000
2019-06-2848036 W Bender Ave$191,650
2019-09-1142627 W Hope Ave$180,000
2019-09-0646400 N 73rd St$275,510
2019-07-1642026 S Layton Blvd$283,000
2019-07-1243877 E Martin Ave$282,000
2019-11-1543544 N Teutonia Ave$82,500
2019-07-1943201 S 35th St$303,000
2020-07-1042338 N 15th St$24,500
2019-07-2247328 W Honey Creek Dr$306,000
2019-10-1844272 N 92nd St$289,000
2019-07-1641620 S 90th St$265,000
2019-07-1641624 S 90th St$265,000
2019-08-1946431 W Main St$282,000
2019-08-2343667 E Munkwitz Ave$110,000
2019-08-3048625 W Center St$349,600
2019-10-144920 S 21st St$69,100
2019-08-1948613 W Fond du Lac Ave$280,000
2019-09-1245642 S Marilyn St$293,500
2019-09-1943925 N 41st St$157,000
2019-07-3042972 N 66th St$269,900
2019-08-1642046 S 16th St$90,000
2019-10-1542157 S 10th St$25,700
2019-07-2641119 S 20th St$120,000
2019-08-3045730 N 91st St$199,900
2019-10-1649315 W Sheridan Ave$199,900
2019-09-0647120 W Moltke Ave$255,000
2019-08-194653 S 69th St$250,000
2020-08-2644161 S Clement Ave$325,000
2019-09-1341245 N Cass St$580,000
2019-11-0743829 W Fairmount Ave$105,555
2019-08-214721 S 9th St$185,000
2019-11-184508 W Maple St$60,000
2019-09-2045465 N 83rd St$171,000
2019-09-2045445 N 83rd St$171,000
2019-09-2044640 N 76th St$172,000
2019-09-2045473 N 83rd St$180,000
2019-09-2045455 N 83rd St$180,000
2019-10-2343641 S 76th St$296,500
2019-12-1347339 W Fernwood Cir$253,000
2019-10-2246323 N 77th St$140,050
2019-11-0844478 N 84th St$254,500
2019-10-1841229 S Cesar E Chavez Dr$105,000
2019-10-3148645 W Fond Du Lac Ave$265,000
2019-09-184720 Minnesota Ave$244,900
2019-11-1842047 W Warnimont Ave$279,000
2019-11-2245734 N 76th St$200,000
2019-12-0544375 N Green Bay Ave$53,813
2019-11-2148130 W North Ave$425,000
2019-10-1045613 W Silver Spring Dr$139,900
2019-10-3142516 S 60th St$306,000
2019-11-2546515 W Florist$200,000
2019-12-1847932 W Bender Ave$205,000
2019-10-3049004 W Bender Ave$249,000
2019-11-1141127 N 26th St$35,000
2019-11-1942560 S 12th St$130,000
2019-12-1847927 W Bender Ave$385,000
2019-12-1848120 W Bender Ave$192,500
2019-12-1249815 W Manitoba St$327,500
2020-01-1745832 W Stack Dr$340,000
2020-01-2243456 N 84th St$296,000
2020-01-0643007 W Iona Ter$345,000
2020-04-0243057 N 121st St$410,000
2019-12-1347404 W Fernwood Cir$306,000
2020-01-3141855 N Pulaski St$435,000
2020-01-1642622 W Medford Ave$25,000
2020-01-1547210 W Burleigh St$235,000
2020-06-2245836 W Wells St$325,000
2020-06-2245900 W Wells St$325,000
2020-04-0343527 E Cudahy Ave$270,900
2019-12-1849336 W Birch Ave$195,000
2020-01-2243266 N 3rd St$134,500
2020-02-0342436 N Dousman St$250,000
2020-03-0242740 N 61st St$245,000
2020-01-3142675 N 69th St$255,000
2019-12-2742790 N Carlton Pl$259,000
2019-12-3143035 S 91st St$405,000
2019-12-2742366 S 9th St$99,800
2020-01-244516 Blake Ave$320,000
2020-03-0241711 S 58th St$347,500
2020-03-0245805 W Mitchell St$347,500
2020-02-1242907 S 43rd St$220,000
2020-03-2041606 S 55th St$256,000
2020-02-2142012 S 28th St$136,000
2020-02-1444109 W Hampton Ave$185,000
2020-01-3141600 S 35th St$250,000
2020-02-1841513 S 63rd St$340,000
2020-02-1442764 N 92nd St$354,000
2020-03-0645530 S O Brien Ave$270,000
2020-02-0142414 S 9th St$96,100
2020-02-2743935 N 100th St$225,000
2020-03-2049236 W Birch Ave$127,470
2020-04-1342330 S 92nd St$331,150
2020-06-0842500 S 60th St$229,000
2020-08-2846130 W Appleton Ave$232,500
2020-03-1145613 W Silver Spring Dr$188,000
2020-04-0246304 N 77th St$180,000
2020-04-0341520 S 21st St$104,000
2020-03-1241008 S 26th St$160,000
2020-03-3144420 N 51st Blvd$200,000
2020-10-1649617 W Capitol Dr$235,000
2020-05-2944200 N 91st St$272,000
2020-03-2748617 W Greenfield Ave$303,500
2020-03-0643167 S 35th St$260,000
2020-04-0643233 W Iona Ter$280,500
2020-04-0643301 W Iona Ter$280,500
2020-04-104919 Minnesota Ave$725,000
2020-09-1144131 N 68th St$235,000
2020-05-1442839 N 76th St$249,900
2020-03-2549357 W Birch Ave$205,000
2020-03-2549200 W Birch Ave$205,000
2020-04-3045670 N 91st St$190,000
2020-04-3045650 N 91st St$200,000
2020-05-1247726 W Lisbon Ave$260,000
2020-05-1446211 W Center St$232,000
2020-04-3045649 N 95th St$194,900
2020-04-3045813 N 83rd St$215,000
2020-03-3142034 S 16th St$132,900
2020-04-3044719 N 52nd St$194,900
2020-04-0645919 N Teutonia Ave$169,900
2020-04-3049030 W Bender Ave$204,000
2020-05-2947721 W Lisbon Ave$343,000
2020-05-2045511 W Lincoln Ave$278,000
2020-07-2441532 S 37th St$235,000
2020-04-3046307 W Hampton Ave$209,900
2020-06-3041232 N 25th St$78,580
2020-04-0742308 E Falling Heath Pl$365,000
2020-05-0541972 S 15th St$105,000
2020-06-2342464 N 5th St$16,000
2020-07-1041301 Madison Ave$225,000
2020-07-2443709 W National Ave$199,000
2020-06-3042455 W McKinley Ave$90,000
2020-05-2943650 E Barnard Ave$240,000
2020-06-044813 S 28th St$135,400
2020-08-2144648 N 76th St$302,000
2020-06-1946107 W Leon Ter$220,000
2020-06-3048005 W Bender Ave$225,000
2020-06-3048015 W Bender Ave$225,000
2020-07-2443134 N 42nd Pl$185,000
2020-11-2545602 W Congress St$40,000
2020-07-1541415 S 54th St$257,500
2020-07-1043612 9th Ave$280,000
2020-08-064106 W Keefe Ave$79,000
2020-06-3046920 W Center St$310,000
2020-08-1346328 W Kaul Ave$190,000
2020-06-1543111 N 16th St$78,000
2020-12-2242754 S Clement Ave$342,500
2020-08-3149223 W North Ave$620,000
2020-08-0445859 N Lovers Lane Rd$220,000
2020-08-3142862 N Bremen St$395,000
2020-09-0141943 S 89th St$330,000
2020-09-11410533 W Hampton Ave$360,019
2020-07-1742450 N 7th St$63,000
2020-09-1542436 N 1st St$214,000
2020-08-2142448 N Fratney St$275,000
2020-08-2042555 N Bartlett Ave$379,000
2020-07-314928 N 123rd St$450,000
2020-08-1747325 W Fernwood Cir$350,000
2020-08-1747300 W Honey Creek Dr$350,000
2021-01-1142309 E Locust St$536,000
2020-08-2047251 W Lakefield Dr$360,000
2020-08-174305 Michigan Ave$350,000
2020-10-0942353 S Kinnickinnic Ave$307,500
2020-10-274529 E Dover St$400,000
2020-11-0942301 W McKinley Blvd$144,200
2020-12-0741901 N 33rd St$68,000
2020-12-074745 N 25th St$112,000
2020-07-2942618 W Edgerton Ave$310,000
2020-09-1442850 S 60th St$315,000
2020-08-2742662 S 9th St$120,000
2020-08-2845218 W Vliet St$349,408
2020-10-1241425 E Capitol Dr$402,000
2020-10-1649626 W Silver Spring Dr$289,000
2020-09-1841425 S 7th St$165,000
2020-09-0844539 N 30th St$125,000
2020-08-2846322 N 77th St$185,000
2020-09-0841751 N 32nd St$90,000
2020-10-3049306 W Birch Ave$175,000
2020-10-3045520 N 92nd St$200,000
2020-11-2342712 W Clybourn St$130,000
2021-02-194315 N 40th St$195,000
2020-11-2041139 S 17th St$105,000
2020-11-1741819 N 32nd St$90,000
2020-11-0245305 W Wisconsin Ave$360,500
2020-10-0742777 N 39th St$175,000
2020-09-2341022 E Pearson St$465,000
2020-10-1942211 S 14th St$141,000
2020-09-234859 W Windlake Ave$120,000
2020-11-1741026 S 23rd St$120,000
2020-10-2142010 W Pierce St$177,000
2020-11-1343825 N 60th St$224,900
2020-10-1641609 E Webster Pl$325,000
2020-10-0142691 S 9th Pl$199,000
2020-10-3045235 N 29th St$150,000
2020-09-2542452 S 17th St$155,000
2021-02-0444465 N 76th St$322,000
2021-05-1442272 N 72nd St$300,000
2020-10-2247324 W Oklahoma Ave$300,000
2020-11-0541938 W Rogers St$126,000
2021-01-1943408 N Port Washington Ave$101,500
2021-01-114829 Lakeview Ave$329,900
2020-11-1643330 S 92nd St$350,000
2020-11-1143121 N 39th St$150,000
2020-11-2747250 W Oklahoma Ave$322,500
2020-11-204329 E Wilson St$550,000
2020-12-0143910 N Sherman Blvd$188,000
2020-10-2847707 W Morgan Ave$325,000
2020-12-1142237 N 33rd St$90,000
2020-12-0742020 S 12th St$166,000
2021-02-2643056 N Buffum St$135,000
2020-11-304721 S 9th St$265,000
2020-12-1443240 N Julia St$145,750
2021-01-0648043 W Appleton Ave$300,000
2021-03-1042725 W McKinley Blvd$230,000
2021-02-1642320 S 92nd St$312,500
2021-01-1543009 W Lakefield Dr$345,000
2020-12-0142305 W Scott St$170,500
2020-12-2343107 N 44th St$232,400
2020-12-3048026 W Bender Ave$209,900
2020-12-2341143 S 25th St$145,000
2021-03-0448305 W Center St$360,000
2021-02-0843912 W Center St$110,000
2021-02-2647906 W Hampton Ave$240,000
2021-02-2442931 W Capitol Dr$139,900
2020-12-3042311 W Bolivar Ave$290,000
2021-06-0341704 W Lincoln Ave$142,000
2021-03-1741533 W Mitchell St$115,000
2021-07-1344463 N Hopkins St$24,200
2021-03-0444678 N 84th St$285,000
2021-03-1141508 S 81st St$205,500
2021-03-1845614 S Marilyn St$334,900
2021-03-0448812 W Congress St$285,000
2021-05-0642976 N Bremen St$320,000
2021-06-0742603 N 2nd St$207,000
2021-02-2642418 N Bremen St$347,500
2021-03-0844177 N Sherman Blvd$190,000
2021-02-2644267 N Teutonia Ave$145,000
2021-09-1741926 N Farwell Ave$518,500
2021-03-1543829 W Fairmount Ave$145,000
2021-08-2543006 W Juneau Ave$155,000
2021-03-1943332 N 3rd St$81,063
2021-06-0841137 S 20th St$132,000
2021-03-1049620 W Oklahoma Ave$290,000
2021-03-1049612 W Oklahoma Ave$290,000
2021-03-2648616 W Congress St$290,000
2021-03-3143573 S 76th St$355,000
2021-03-1248315 W Oklahoma Ave$325,000
2021-03-1942039 S 89th St$305,000
2021-03-1942413 S 82nd St$305,000
2021-04-2341726 N Pulaski$503,000
2021-05-1041130 E Hamilton$515,000
2021-04-2948625 W Center St$400,000
2021-04-1544825 N 105th St$290,000
2021-04-3041522 Minnesota$212,500
2021-04-1545544 S OBrien Ave$330,000
2021-04-1545552 S OBrien Ave$330,000
2021-04-1442419 W Hopkins St$65,000
2021-03-2247320 W Burleigh St$254,900
2021-06-0441973 S 19th St$160,000
2021-06-0743705 N 38th St$220,000
2021-04-2241917 W Atkinson Ave$60,000
2021-07-2342401 W Howard Ave$380,000
2021-07-1442475 W Fond Du Lac Ave$77,500
2021-05-1142435 S 19th St$175,000
2021-04-1343301 N 29th St$101,500
2021-06-1644490 N 84th St$302,500
2021-05-2141500 N Chicago Ave$284,500
2021-05-1042443 N Bremen St$331,000
2021-05-2845471 S 13th St$361,500
2021-09-034735 W Windlake Ave$50,000
2021-05-2742926 N 124th St$425,000
2021-05-1445633 W Oklahoma Ave$328,500
2021-04-2849833 W Manitoba St$349,900
2021-05-2545219 W Keefe Ave$275,000
2021-05-0543231 W Burleigh St$127,500
2021-06-2543876 E Layton Ave$400,000
2021-05-2145148 N 29th St$249,925
2021-05-1744468 N 84th St$309,900
2021-05-0544718 N Sherman Blvd$249,900
2021-05-184502 N 32nd St$141,000
2021-05-2548906 W Carmen Ave$243,750
2021-06-0348834 W Carmen Ave$242,500
2021-06-3042318 S 13th St$134,000
2021-06-1441711 W Grant St$176,000
2021-08-0641420 W Lincoln Ave$200,000
2021-05-2746431 N 84th St$225,000
2021-06-1147527 W Melvina St$300,500
2021-06-0246323 N 77th St$283,300
2021-06-0242440 S Wentworth Ave$400,000
2021-05-2849216 W Birch Ave$245,000
2021-06-2544305 W Capitol Dr$269,900
2021-06-0948215 W Center St$360,000
2021-07-2844521 W Blue Mound Ct$343,500
2021-06-2541331 Minnesota Ave$234,900
2021-06-3045516 N 31st St$160,000
2021-07-2642876 N 26th St$56,000
2021-06-304769 W Windlake Ave$205,000
2021-08-1644736 W Eggert Pl$230,000
2021-06-3048606 W Congress St$285,000
2021-07-1542479 N Cramer St$420,000
2021-07-0941654 N Marshall St$543,000
2021-06-2942165 S 60th St$330,000
2021-08-2044849 N Mohawk Ave$325,000
2021-06-3046025 N 61st St$223,300
2021-05-204767 S 24th St$192,500
2021-08-1641501 S 3rd St$181,500
2021-06-3047835 W Bender Ave$235,000
2021-07-2845126 W Clarke St$256,855
2021-09-0248121 W Congress St$305,000
2021-07-0947460 W Beckett Ave$300,000
2021-08-1346140 S Packard Ave$455,000
2021-06-3049236 W Sheridan Ave$220,000
2021-07-3046108 W Stevenson St$305,000
2021-07-2941837 W Lincoln Ave$115,000
2021-08-164920 S 73rd St$236,000
2021-08-1247612 W Locust St$280,000
2021-08-0243130 W National Ave$313,250
2021-08-3147200 W Burleigh St$323,000
2021-07-2247705 W Rogers St$425,000
2021-09-1048225 W Keefe Ave$340,000
2021-06-0941970 S 16th St$185,000
2021-06-2944816 W Eggert Pl$265,000
2021-07-1645423 W Greenfield Ave$305,000
2021-07-3041860 N Humboldt Ave$541,000
2021-07-2942305 W Burnham St$162,500
2021-08-1647909 W Morgan Ave$420,000
2021-08-1742738 N Bartlett Ave$449,000
2021-07-2142473 N 14th St$150,000
2021-07-3042053 W Warnimont Ave$350,000
2021-08-1141523 N 53rd St$230,000
2021-08-204824 Mackinac Ave$330,600
2021-09-1342010 W Pierce St$221,000
2021-09-1749229 W Sheridan Ave$270,000
2021-08-0642322 W Juneau Ave$71,000
2021-09-1049315 W Sheridan Ave$288,000
2021-08-3147901 W Bender Ave$235,000
2021-08-1945721 W Capitol Dr$205,000
2021-08-0645624 S Marilyn St$400,000
2021-08-1942401 W Maple St$200,000
2021-09-2442107 W Hampton Ave$127,000
2021-08-0342035 W Bolivar Ave$372,500
2021-08-3141013 E Wright St$271,550
2021-09-244608 N 30th St$135,000
2021-10-0642338 N 15th St$120,000
2021-09-2241927 S 36th St$220,000
2021-10-0543301 N Holton St$195,000
2021-09-1044076 N 92nd St$370,200
2021-09-1746810 W Morgan Ave$293,000
2021-09-1046069 W Appleton Ave$267,000
2021-09-1542923 S 15th St$328,400
2021-10-0841349 N 39th St$115,000
2021-09-2944065 N Sherman Blvd$175,000
2021-10-054653 S 69th St$312,500

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