Bear with me if I'm off a block or so, but this should give you a start. Queen of Peace--27th St, 1 block south of Oklahoma (next to Walgreen's/Wal-Mart), St. Alexander's/John Paul II--16th St a block south and across from St Francis Hospital, St. Helen's 11th & Holt, Blessed Sacrament--39th & Oklahoma, St. Roman's 20th & Bolivar, Sts Cyril & Mehodius/St Maximillan Kobe 15th & Windlake, St Mary Magdalene 19 & Windlake.
You can also check the Archdiocese of Milwaukee website for more.
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Florist Highlands is safer than 66% of the neighborhoods in Milwaukee.
The crime rate in Florist Highlands, Milwaukee is less than 1% of the cities in Wisconsin.
The estimated chance of being a victim of a crime in Florist Highlands is 1 in 21.
The estimated chance of being a victim of a violent crime in Florist Highlands is 1 in 124.
The estimated chance of being a victim of a property crime in Florist Highlands is 1 in 25.
Florist Highlands, Milwaukee crime information )Per Year)
Violent crime 810 (estimate) 999 281
Property crime 4,085 (estimate) 5,038 2,454
Total crime index 4,895 (estimate) 6,037 2,734... more
Of course it depends on what you're looking for but I think one of the hottest up and comers right now is the Layton Blvd West Area which includes three different communities. Others have suggested Bay View, and the Heights, and these area GREAT Milwaukee neighborhoods, but they're pretty established and really popular and often tough to find a house at the right price point.
LBWN has a lot going for it but you can still get a home for a very low price. Here's a recent profile I did of this neighborhood for as one of my Creative Communities profiles: http://www.cre8tiverealtor.com/blog/2013/05/08/creative-community-profile-silver-city
The other place that's often overlooked is The Martin Drive Neighborhood. Here's my profile on that area: http://www.cre8tiverealtor.com/blog/2013/06/18/creative-community-profile-martin-drive
If you'd like to go explore give me call! 414-305-2109... more
Absolutely! You can loose interest before you get in the front door if there is a poor first impression from the curb. Another important factor is once you get inside the front door the home must be clean and tidy. If it's dirty or a mess you can loose interest as soon as you open the door. People like clean.
When it comes to any safety/crime related issues, it's always best to contact the local police department with all your questions, hear all there is to hear firsthand. If unfamiliar with the area(s) do revisit more than once and at different times of day, possibly chat with locals/neighbors. Real estate professionals are prohibited from steering, enticing a buyer to purchase, or not, in specific neighborhoods.
Try the website, http://www.city-data.com. This website provides alot of information on cities information, crime rate, areas, schools, transportation, shopping, etc....most police departments won't give out information.... more
The Property: 5503 N. 91st Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin is a Short Sale transaction. There has been an accepted offer on that property pending since January 18, 2012. May I suggest speaking with David Neis Phone: (414) 333-3219... more