View information about 23991 WI-35, Trempealeau, WI 54661. See if the property is available for sale or lease. View photos, public assessor data, maps and county tax information. Find properties near 23991 WI-35. Welcome to Town of Trempealeau. Established in 1852, the Town of Trempealeau is located in the southwestern portion of Trempealeau County. Situated between the cities of La Crosse and Winona, residents have the enjoyment of rural living with easy access to shopping, restaurants, cultural events and medical facilities.
Find the best real estate attorney serving Trempealeau County. Compare top Wisconsin lawyers' fees, client reviews, lawyer rating, case results, education, awards, publications, social media and work history. Get help now. Last Updated December, 2020. Trempealeau County Treasurers Office collects all real estate taxes including postponed and delinquent, all county revenues in addition to the research and issue tax deed applications. Our department is the holder of tax records and assessed values. As a result, some portions of the county may be incomplete. Buffalo County Land Records data is intended to be used as a general index to land related information and is not intended for detailed, site-specific analysis. Buffalo County assumes no responsibility whatsoever for direct, indirect, special, consequential, exemplary or other damages.
Off-market - See photos and descriptions of 24182 6th St, Trempealeau, WI 54661. This Trempealeau, Wisconsin Single Family House is 3-bed, 1-bath, recently sold for $157,500 MLS# 1687891. View our Vernon County real estate area information to learn about the weather, local school districts, demographic data, and general information about Vernon County, WI. Get in touch with a Vernon County real estate agent who can help you find the home of your dreams in Vernon County.
Dec 28, 2020 · Wisconsin Department of Revenue’s Real Estate Transfer Return Data Site When recording a property conveyance deed and other instruments, a seller of real estate is required to file a Real Estate Transfer Return (RETR) with the county Register of Deeds. Since July 1, 2009, a seller must electronically file (e-file) a return under state law.