Slinger, WI Real Estate

Located in southeast Wisconsin, the Village of Slinger offers a rural community with convenient access to the City of Milwaukee. Serviced by Highway 41, Slinger is a short commute to employment opportunities and activities in the metropolitan area. Established in central Washington County, the village is surrounded by the natural beauty of Kettle Moraine State Forest. Pike Lake provides excellent fishing, boating and other recreational opportunities. Populated by 4,478 people, Slinger’s small town atmosphere is a warm greeting for anyone looking to settle in the area.

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Real Estate
Slinger offers a variety of home opportunities within its property market. The opportunities include victorian homes, an array of ranch, luxury homes and more. The average price of a house in Slinger is $160,120. Existing condominium projects include Creekwood Condos that range from $140,000 to $249,900.

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With Slinger providing five established parks, there are many activities that the whole family can enjoy. Slinger’s Parks and Recreation Department administers facilities throughout the village such as an outdoor man-made beach, athletic fields, outdoor basketball courts and much more. The newly rehabbed Community Park is the main outlet for recreation. The park has a large pavilion, volleyball court, basketball court and playground equipment. Fireman’s Annex Beach is a 10-acre park facility that maintains a sand beach, diving platform and a children’s turtle slide. The beach is surrounded by woods and features wetlands and open space.

Slinger also offers action sports activities for the adventurous types. The village is home to Little Switzerland, which provides more than 10 ski runs. Slinger Speedway is a site for many United States racing events and features the world’s fastest quarter-mile oval.

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The name Slinger (Schleisingerville) was a nickname used by the area residents and became the official village’s name during the 1920s. The village was called Schleisingerville after its founder Baruch Schleisinger (Weil) who was from France. There is a false legend that the name change occurred after World War I, because of an anti-German mindset in the village. In reality, Schleisinger (Weil) was from France and German ancestry was the majority at the time of the name change, so the legend has been proven to be false.

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Slinger properties for sale

Schools
  District Type Enrollment # Student Teacher Ratio GreatSchool Rank
Addison Elementary School (Hartford) Slinger School District public 443 Not Provided Addison Elementary School GreatSchools Rating
Allenton Elementary School (Allenton) Slinger School District public 364 Not Provided Allenton Elementary School GreatSchools Rating
Slinger Elementary School (Slinger) Slinger School District public 612 Not Provided Slinger Elementary School GreatSchools Rating
St Peter Elementary School (Slinger) private 81 Not Provided St Peter Elementary School GreatSchools Rating
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  District Type Enrollment # Student Teacher Ratio GreatSchool Rank
Slinger Middle School (Slinger) Slinger School District public 694 Not Provided Slinger Middle School GreatSchools Rating
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Slinger High School (Slinger) Slinger School District public 972 Not Provided Slinger High School GreatSchools Rating
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Demographics

Population Demographics

  City County State
Total Population 8,318 133,027 5,742,119
Total Households 3,229 52,886 2,299,100
Total Families 2,416 37,907 1,469,281
Population Density 378 3,514 446,124
Percent Male 52% 50% 50%
Percent Female 48% 50% 50%
White Collar Jobs 66% 64% 56%
Blue Collar Jobs 34% 36% 44%

Top Occupations

Professions Population Employed
Manufacturing 1,123
Transportation 843
Retail 835
Sales 737
Management 721
Healthcare 656
Information, Scientific and Technical 481
Education 437
Arts and Media 372
Professional Services 353

Male Female Breakdown

Population Age

White vs Blue Collar Jobs

Top Professions

Work Transportation Method

Household Income with Head of House hold under age of 25

Household Income with Head of House Hold between the ages of 25 and 44

Household Income with Head of House Hold between the ages of 45 and 64

Household Income with Head of Household over the age of 65

Housing Demographics

  City County State
Total Housing Units 3,387 55,351 2,641,602
Owner Occupied Housing Units 2,514 41,251 1,547,197
Renter Occupied Housing Units 723 11,628 751,903
Vacant Housing Units 150 2,472 342,513
Occupancy Rate 96% 96% 87%
Vehicles Per Housing Unit 2 23 1,563

Commute Time To Work

  City County State
Less than 5 minutes 145 2,407 124,926
5 - 14 minutes 1,002 8,613 372,422
15 - 29 minutes 1,757 8,558 449,100
30 - 44 minutes 1,121 9,650 290,901
45-59 minutes 223 5,744 152,657
Over 60 minutes 180 2,223 85,626

Total Housing Units

Housing By Occupant

Commute Time To Work

Monthly Rental Rates

Monthly Mortgage Costs

Age of Homeowners

Education Attainment

  City County State
Some High School 389 6,241 347,427
High School Graduate 1,664 27,763 1,239,522
Some College 1,248 21,255 817,979
Associates Degree 669 10,533 390,482
Bachelors Degree 1,145 19,323 713,854
Graduate Degree 493 6,047 261,666

Education Attainment


Market Conditions

Market Conditions for Slinger

May 2019

Median Sale Price
$230,500

 DOWN -15.00%
vs. Month Ago
Homes for Sale
23

 DOWN -4.16%
vs. Month Ago
Homes Sold
11

 UP 83.33%
vs. Month Ago
Avg Days on Market
35

 UP 105.88%
vs. Month Ago

Median Sale Price

The median sale price for homes in May was $230,500. The median sales price for homes in May fell by ($40,700) compared to last month. This represents a 15% decrease from April. Compared to the same month last year, the median price of homes fell by ($27,450) representing a -10.64% year-over-year change.

The median sales price is the middle value of all sales occurring in the market during the past thirty days when you arrange these sales prices from lowest to highest. This is a better indicator than the average as the median does not change as much as a result of a few unusually low or high sales prices.

Homes for Sale

The inventory of homes for sale fell by 1 in May to 23. This represents 4.16% decrease from April when 24 homes were on the market. Compared to the same month last year when there were 40 homes for sale, the inventory of homes for sale has fallen by 17 representing a -42.5% year-over-year change.

Homes for sale represents the number of active listings on the market during the specified month as reported in the MLS system operating within the market area.

Homes Sold

The 11 homes sold in May was 5 more than in April. This represents a 83.33% increase in sales from April. Compared to the same month last year, the number of homes sold decreased by 3, a -21.42% year-over-year decrease.

Homes sold is the total count of properties in the market area that have had a closed sale during the specified month as reported in the MLS systems operating within the market area.

Avg Days on Market

The average days on market for a home sold in May (35) increased by 18 days compared to April. This represents a 105.88% increase in days on market for homes in the market from the previous month. Compared to the same month last year, the days on market for homes sold increased by 7, a 25% year-over-year change.

Average Days on Market is the time period between the date when a home is listed for sale in an MLS system and the date it is sold.

Sale/List Price Ratio

The Sale/List Price Ratio of 99.58% in May rose by 0.97% compared to April and decreased 0.16% compared to the same period last year.

Sale/List Price Ratio is the sale price of a listing divided by the original list price expressed as a percentage. The Sale/List Price Ratio for the market is determined by adding the Sale/List Price Ratio for each listing sold in the market during the month and dividing by the number of listings sold during the month.

New Homes

The number of homes listed in May (15) rose by 2 compared to April, a 15.38% change. Compared to May 2018, the number of new listings decreased by 1, a -6.25% year-over-year change.

Newly Listed Homes are the total count of homes that have been listed within the market area during the most recent month, as reported in the MLS system(s) operating in the market area.

Median List Price Homes

The median list price in May was $299,900. The median list price for homes in May fell by ($20,000) compared to last month. This represents a 6.25% decrease from April. Compared to the same month last year, the median list price of homes increased $61,000 representing a 25.53% year-over-year increase.

The median list price is the middle value of all currently active listings as reported in the MLS systems in the market area when you arrange these list prices from lowest to highest. This is a better indicator than the average as the median does not change as much as a result of the existence of a few unusually low or high list prices.


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