Posted October 08, 2018 09:01:50 The most recent survey of Wisconsin property owners, released Monday, showed the state is losing a lot of land to development.
The Land and Environment Division is collecting and analyzing the land in Wisconsin and the U.S. Department of Agriculture is also collecting data on unclaimed properties.
The state is trying to find out how many properties have been unclaimed, the number of properties that have been left in the public domain and what it means to the state’s economy.
A study of Wisconsin’s property owners showed the area in the state lost $17 billion in land value between 2005 and 2017.
That number is estimated to be between $50 billion and $60 billion.
The property value dropped as much as 15 percent, but it was not the largest portion of the state.
The most unvalued land in the U, however, was in Milwaukee, home to the Milwaukee Bucks and other sports teams.
In 2018, Milwaukee had more unclaimed unclaimed parcels than any other county in the United States.
The county lost more than $3 billion in property value.
The survey results showed the majority of Wisconsin unclaimed landowners are small businesses, which is the first time that a statewide survey has shown that.
Small businesses accounted for more than half of the unclaimed sites in Wisconsin in 2018.
That percentage was up from 49 percent in 2017.
In 2017, the survey showed that about a quarter of the sites in the survey were small businesses.
In the Milwaukee area, more than 75 percent of the land was unclaimed.
Small businesses in the city made up more than 60 percent of those sites.
The county also has one of the highest land values in the country.
A survey in 2018 found that the median property value in the county was $732,000, which was more than the median price in the entire state of New York.
The median home price in Wisconsin was $215,000 in 2018, compared to $210,000 statewide.
The Milwaukee area has a population of 1.7 million people, which makes it the third-largest in the nation.
That was the highest percentage in the states with the highest population in the 2016 survey.