Voted Best in Customer Satisfaction Milwaukee Magazine 2007, 2008, 2009, and then again in every year from 2010 thru 2018 earning her the prestigious title of FIVE STAR PROFESSIONAL
Patti has been a consistent sales leader because her number one priority is serving the needs of her clients. Patti is equipped to communicate with you quickly and efficiently - by any means YOU choose - text messages, email, direct phone contact or face-to-face. Patti recognizes that the consumer expects immediate response and that is what she delivers. The most important question Patti will ask her customers and clients is "What will make this experience the most pleasant for you"
Patti has been selling real estate since 1988 and is open and responsive to market changes. She remains on the cutting edge of technology to better serve her clients. What has made Patti so successful - she does not lose site of the number one person in the transaction - YOU!
As a resident of Oak Creek myself, I am proud to Welcome you to Oak Creek or assist you if you must leave this fine city. Please call or email me for assistance in your upcoming move!
Founded in 1955, the City of Oak Creek, Wisconsin is located along the western shore of Lake Michigan in the southeast corner of Milwaukee County and adjacent to the City of Milwaukee, Oak Creek, with its 28.4 square miles of area, enjoys an enviable location in the Midwest. Not only is Oak Creek a part of the Milwaukee Metropolitan area, but it is only 85 miles from the heart of Chicago and 330 miles from Minneapolis both via Interstate 94.
Many of our residents have moved here to enjoy the suburban and rural atmosphere while, at the same time, taking advantage of the urban services provided by the City, as well as the professional sports and cultural activities provided within the metropolitan area. This is reflected in the City’s motto, “Where City Meets the Country”.
Oak Creek continues to be one of the fastest growing cities in Milwaukee County. From 2000 to 2010 the population grew from 28,456 to 34,451 people, an increase of over 20 percent. In addition to population growth, over the last 10 years the City has seen significant retail and industrial growth. The City also has aggressively been working on plans for redeveloping former industrial properties within the City including the former Delphi Automotive plant and the Lakefront.
The City is divided up into 22 distinct, named neighborhoods that contain diverse characteristics, which makes each one unique. This diversity is either based on its location in the City, its physical and cultural features or the existing and planned land uses within it.
All of the residential neighborhoods are serviced by one of the six (6) elementary (K-5) schools, two (2) middle schools, and Oak Creek High School of the Oak Creek-Franklin Joint School District. These facilities also serve the neighborhoods for other cultural, recreational and social activities.
The neighborhoods exhibit the City’s goal of housing diversity. The vast majority of the City’s housing stock has been constructed since the City’s incorporation in 1955. Surges in single family home construction were seen in the 1960’s, 1970’s and throughout the 1990’s and 2000’s. Apartments and condominium growth has also surged over the past 20 years. While some neighborhoods may contain a majority of older housing, most display a mix of not only age, but type as well. Some of the residential neighborhoods are comprised of all single family homes; while others include not only single family homes, but also duplexes, mobile homes, condominiums and apartments. The value of housing also exhibits a great deal of diversity from entry-level homes around $175,000 to one over a million dollars. Rental housing also varies greatly based on the age and amenities of the complex.
Community Events: http://www.oakcreekwi.org/celebrations/index.htm
Patti Jastroch has been selling real estate in Southeastern Wisconsin since 1988 - making her a very experienced real estate broker. As a resident of OAK CREEK, WISCONSIN she is an expert in the community. Patti can be seen at Oak Creek community events enjoying all that Oak Creek has to offer. Patti also services the sister city of Franklin, Wisconsin. Franklin and Oak Creek are true sisters cities, even sharing a common school district - the Oak Creek-Franklin Schools. Franklin has grown over the many years and in addition to utilizing the Oak Creek-Franklin School district, Franklin also uses the Whitnall School district and has since established the Franklin School District. Because Oak Creek and Franklin are often communities desired by new residents transferring into the area, Patti has become a relocation specialist - assisting buyers and sellers when transferring in-to and out-of the area. With changing times, Patti has also assisted many home sellers in navigating thru the complex process of short sales - when a move is a necessity. She additionally has many credentials that include Accredited BUYER AGENCY representative - which is extremely helpful to ALL home buyers. Due to Patti's extensive experience - you can trust Patti with all your real estate needs.