Door County Real Estate Market Report Year End 2019

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Door county has many options for the home buyer. Are you looking for your first home, a second home, a vacation property, or a piece of land? You will find it in Door County.

If you are a seller in Door County, Wisconsin, this market report will assist you in understanding the Door County real estate market and that will help you to best position your property for successful sale.

Property Tax Rates in Door County

Tax Rates Door County 2019

What is the property tax in Door County? Property tax rates differ throughout Door County, and that tax funds  projects and services provided by the county, individual towns and villages, Northeast Wisconsin Technical College, and depending on where you live one of the five Door County public school districts—Washington Island, Gibraltar, Sevastopol, Sturgeon Bay, and … Continued

Title Insurance and Why You Need It

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Do I need title in surance when buying a Door County home? Title insurance, do I need it?  The short answer to the question is, yes.  .  A policy of owner’s title insurance is really a must if you are purchasing a Door County  home, condo, or piece of land, and really if you are … Continued

The Landing Resort at Egg Harbor Condominium

The Landing Egg Harbor

The Landing Resort at Egg Harbor Update: 2019 was a banner year for the number of units sold at The Landing Resort Condo at Egg Harbor, and 2020 is off to another great start with 3 units SOLD. Learn why people find The Landing to be a good option for their Door County real estate holdings.

Homes for Sale in the Sevastopol School District

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Why the Sevastopol School District Parents want to enroll their children in the Sevastopol School District.  It is possible to open enroll your child from another district into the Sevastopol District, but the school does currently have a “waiting list” in a number of grades.  So, homes in the Sevastopol School District (Jacksonport, and parts … Continued

Lake Michigan Shore Lots in Door County

Lake Michigan shore lot

It is a general rule, that all parties agree to, that any shoreline that is submerged in water is owned by the state and accessible to the public. On March 30, 2019 the Chicago Tribune reported this regarding Wisconsin: “In Wisconsin private property stops at the natural high water mark and the state owns the land below this threshold. But beachfront owners have exclusive rights to the water’s edge, and the state Department of Natural Resources enforces a “keep your feet wet” policy for people walking on private beaches”.

Burst Water Pipes – How and Now What

When the water pipes burst for any reason in your home, or any structure with water service, water will spew out.  And the water will keep running until the break is discovered and the water turned off.  In the course of that you could, probably will, experience a lot of water damage.  You will have … Continued