The JT is doing strong business these days in foreclosure notices. Our daily paper had no fewer than 57 foreclosure notices in today's paper. The number jumped over 60 if you included notices for sheriff's sales.
This week's property transfers were equally bleak. At least five, likely more, homes sold in the county between June 1 and June 5 were bought through foreclosure.
Also, no commercial properties sold in the first week of June. The highest priced sale was a Waterford home on Pleasant Road that sold for $437,000.
The highest priced Racine home sold the first week in June was on Canada Goose Crossing for $326,100. It was assessed in 2007 for $396,400.