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3000 West Capitol Drive, Milwaukee, WI 53216, USAUnit 06

Apartment Building

Year Built:1929
apartment Description
CASH FLOW-HIGH RETURN INVESTMENT!Rare offering of this stately brick apartment building! This investment property has been well maintained and managed by the same owners for over 30 years! Secured entrance with loads of charm, character and most importantly Cash Flow. New windows 4-5 years, High Efficiency heating plant apprx 10 years, Electric updated, Water Heater 5-6 years per seller.
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    Natural Gas
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    Milwaukee Housing & Living
    Average sale prices for apartments as of Apr, 2021.
    Apartment sizeAprvs Last Month
    2 bed apartments$895,000+235.2%
    3 bed apartments$474,900N/A
    4+ bed apartments$118,375N/A
    Property TypeAprvs Last Month
    Houses for sale$203,683+50.7%
    Duplexes for sale$141,514-10.3%
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    Household Income
    Median household income: $42,087
    Number of households: 231,041
    The average household income in Milwaukee, WI grew from $39,098 to $42,087 in the past year. This data is an estimate based upon 231,041 households in Milwaukee, WI.
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    Property Taxes
    Average range: $3k+
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