"Experienced Waukesha Property Management"
Property Asset Management (PAM) is a leading property management company in Wisconsin. We provide comprehensive property management services to property owners and investors in Waukesha and the surrounding areas. With over 18 years of experience in the industry, PAM has established a reputation for excellence in property management, delivering high-quality services for all of our investors and residents.
As an experienced Waukesha property management company, PAM has an in-depth understanding of the local market and can help property owners and investors navigate the legal and regulatory landscape of the area. We can also help you find the right residents for your property, ensuring your rental income is stable and reliable. Our services include everything from tenant screening and leasing to rent collection and maintenance, as well as accounting and financial reporting.
Partner with PAM
Waukesha at a Glance
Living in Waukesha offers residents a vibrant community with a mix of small-town charm and urban conveniences. Located just west of Milwaukee, Waukesha is a desirable location known for its beautiful parks, lively downtown area, and rich history. With its proximity to downtown Milwaukee, Waukesha also provides residents with easy access to employment opportunities, cultural events, and entertainment options.
The city is home to the iconic Fox River, which offers scenic views and opportunities for outdoor activities like fishing and kayaking. Frame Park, located along the river, features walking trails, picnic areas, and hosts various events and festivals throughout the year. The historic downtown area is known for its charming shops, restaurants, and art galleries, providing a vibrant and bustling atmosphere for residents to enjoy.
Waukesha is a relatively lively community, offering events like the weekly Farmer’s Market, parades, and local festivals. Additionally, the Waukesha School District provides a range of educational opportunities, including top-rated public and private schools. There are also various Univerities including Carroll University, Waukesha County Technical College, and UW-Milwaukee at Waukesha campus.
The distance between downtown Milwaukee and Waukesha is approximately 18 miles, making it easily accessible for commuting and enjoying the amenities of the city. Residents can conveniently travel to downtown Milwaukee via I-94, which provides a direct route between the two locations.
Our Favorite Parks
- Frame Park: Frame Park is a Born Learning Trail. Born Learning is an innovative public engagement campaign that helps parents, caregivers and communities create quality early learning opportunities for young children.
- Fox River Park: Located in the Town of Waukesha on the river which shares its name, Fox River Park is full of mature woodlands, wetlands, and many species of wild flowers.
- Sunset Park: Home of the Waukesha Blazers Baseball team.
Our Favorite Restaurants
- Tofte’s Table: Warm, family-owned restaurant presenting refined, seasonal takes on classic American comfort food.
- Arepanita’s Cafe: Fresh daily food made with love. Experience one of the best Latin Fusion Cafes transporting you to the taste of South America.
- People’s Park: A touch of COOL located in the heart of Downtown Waukesha. Featuring three levels of unique art displays and fun atmosphere, you’re bound to love the funky rooftop patio and bar!
Other Favorite Attactions
- Waukesha County Fair: The Waukesha County Fair is proud to be the oldest fair in the state, offering fun, food and entertainment for all ages, helping to keep our rural roots grounded.
- Farmer’s Market: For over 20 years the Waukesha Farmers’ Market has been a thriving asset to the community and is one of the largest Farmers’ Markets in the state. It features Wisconsin grown products and businesses and has become a Saturday morning ritual for thousands of people every May-October.
Frequently Asked Questions
Waukesha is in the southeastern part of the state. It is approximately 18 miles west of downtown Milwaukee.
The population is approximately 73,000 people, based on the latest available data.
The Waukesha County Museum showcases the history and culture of the region, while the Retzer Nature Center provides opportunities for outdoor recreation and education. The Fox River and its adjacent parks, such as Frame Park, offer scenic beauty and leisure activities. Downtown Waukesha is known for its charming shops, restaurants, and entertainment venues.
Waukesha is served by the School District of Waukesha, which operates several public schools within the city. There are also private school options available in the area. Higher education institutions near Waukesha include Carroll University, a private liberal arts college located in the city, and Waukesha County Technical College, offering vocational and technical programs.
The city offers a range of choices, including single-family homes, townhouses, apartments, and condominiums. Residential neighborhoods in Waukesha are diverse, with options that span from established communities to newer developments. The housing market provides opportunities for individuals and families looking for different styles and sizes of homes.
The city is well-connected to major highways, including I-94 and Highway 18, providing easy access to surrounding areas. Waukesha also has a public transit system operated by Waukesha Metro Transit, offering bus services within the city and connecting to neighboring communities. Additionally, commuting to downtown Milwaukee is possible via car or public transportation, providing residents with options for travel.