Housing

Housing in Menomonee Falls is an important asset for the community providing high quality living environments for Village residents. The Village benefits from a diverse local housing stock which includes single family homes, apartments, and senior housing in a wide variety of styles across a wide range of price points.

Single Family Home

  1. Housing Characteristics
  2. Housing Choice
  3. Fair Housing & Housing Resources

Housing Stock

  • Total units = 15,986
  • Single family = 11,830 (76 percent) Median value = $247,300
  • Multi-family = 4,156 (26 percent) Median gross rent = $1,052

Source: American Community Survey 2015-2019 five-year estimates from the United States Census Bureau

               

Single Family Units Built by Decade                                                

Multi-family Units Built by DecadeMulti-Family Housing Units Built by DecadeSource: Menomonee Falls Assessing Department


Selected Housing Cost Characteristics for Menomonee Falls and Area Communities



Median Home Value
Comparison to 
Waukesha County Median

Median Gross Rent
Comparison to 
Waukesha County Median
Village of Menomonee Falls
$247,300
-14.2%
$1,052
+0.6%
City of Brookfield
$318,800
+12.9%
$1,526
+45.9%
City of Franklin
$251,400
-12.3%
$1,066
+1.9%
Village of Germantown
$264,100
-6.9%
$1,064
+1.7%
City of Mequon
$407,000
+44.2%
$1,561
+49.2%
City of Muskego
$291,700
+3.3%
$1096
+4.8%
City of New Berlin
$259,800
-8.7%
$1,211
+15.8%
Village of Sussex
$286,300
+1.4%
$987
-6.0%
Waukesha County 
$282,300
-
$1,046
-

 SourceAmerican Community Survey 2015-2019 five-year estimatesUnited States Census Bureau