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“In the summer of 2017, Tara and I decided to look for a cabin in Northern WI.  After talking with several realtors, we found Matt Albrecht with Woodland Realty.  I was comfortable with Matt from the start.  Matt listened to what we wanted, understood our financial range and didn't try to push us towards properties out of our price range.  Matt was straight forward, honest and respectful of our requests.  Since we live 4hrs away, Matt made time on weekends to show us properties.  In September we found our dream property on Nelson lake and Matt was there to help us through all the steps.    I would highly recommend using Matt and Woodland to help you find your new home/cabin or sell your property. They did a fantastic job.   Respectfully,   Brian & Tara Korfmacher Cottage Grove WI.”
Brian & Tara Korfmacher, May 2019


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Sawyer County has some of the most pristine lakes in northern Wisconsin. Each year thousands of visitors descend on our area for the food, festivals and fun.

Woodland Developments & Realty Recent News

Homeowners Now Stay In One Place Longer

Posted: March 12, 2020

When you buy a house, there's really no telling how long you'll end up living there. Some people buy a home thinking they'll stay a few years and end up living there decades. Others buy a house thinking it'll be their long-term home, then find themselves on the market for a new one sooner than later. But how long does the typical homeowner stay in one place? Well, according to a recent survey, the answer is longer than they used to. That's because, results show American homeowners typically stay in their home for 13 years, which is up from 8 years in 2010. That's a significant increase, especially since the historical average is 6 years. There are a couple of factors that may be driving homeownership tenure higher. One is demographics. Older Americans are staying homeowners longer than they once did. Another is the current market. After years of rising home prices, many homeowners have built up a good amount of equity and have little motivation to move, as long as their home still fits their needs and lifestyle. More here.