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Extra Census Bulletin. 



No. 48. AVASHINGTON, D. c. May 29, 1893. 

STATISTICS OF FARMS, HOMES, AND MORTGAGES. 

MORTGAGES IN WISCONSIN. 

DEPAETMENT OF THE INTERIOR, 
Census Office, 
Washington, D. C, May 17, 1893. 
Sir: 

The real estate mortgage movement in Wisconsin from 1880 to 1889 was on the whole a progressive one, 
beginning with a debt of $17,169,-349 in 1880 and ending with §31,372,816 in 1889. This increase of 82.73 per cent 
in the incurred debt during the 10 years was greater than the increase of population, which was 28.23 per cent ; 
but how it compares with the increase of tlie value of all of the real estate of the state can not be known, because 
that value was not estimated in the census of 1880. Excluding the terminal years of the period the incurred debt 
showed little tendency to increase in the meantime. 

Upon separation of the debt into that which incumbered acre tracts and that which incumbered lots it will be 
noticed that the increase is more largely found in the debt on lots than that on acres. The amount of incurred 
debt incumbering lots in 1880 was $5,003,110, and there was an increase to 814,702,946 in 1889. In 1880, 11,025 
lots were mortgaged ; in 1889, 28,766. The debt incurred on acre tracts rose from $12,166,239 in 1880 to $16,669,870 
in 1889; but within this period there were fluctuations which gave the mortgage movement a declining tendency 
after 1883. The number of acres mortgaged in 1880 was 1,575,446 and rose to 1,653,434 in 1889. 

During the 10 year period a debt of $262,606,003 was incurred, represented by 321,196 mortgages ; 61.60 per cent 
of the debt was on acre tracts and 38.40 per cent on lots. 

The real estate mortgage debt existing January 1, 1890, is $121,838,168, of which $81,535,361, or 66.92 per cent, 
is on acres and $40,302,807, or 33.08 per cent, is on lots. Milwaukee county owes about one-fifth of the debt of 
the state, or $23,928,438. In 7 of the 68 counties of the state there is an existing debt of more than $3,000,000 
and less than $5,000,000 each. Dane county, with $4,665,581; Dodge county, with $3,984,696; Douglas county, 
with $3,335,251; Fond du Lac county, with $3,023,048; Rock county, with $4,025,144; Sheboygan county, with 
$3,456,443, and Waukesha county, with $3,489,953. 

Wisconsin has a per capita mortgage indebtedness of $72, and in this respect stands lower than any other 
western state that has been tabulated except Indiana, as appears in the following comparative statement : 

Alabama §26 , Nebraska ai'26 

Connecticut 107 j New Hampshire 50 

Illinois 100 i Oregon 73 

Indiana 51 j Pennsylvania 117 

Iowa 104 Rhode Island 106 

Kansas 170 j Tennessee 23 

Maine 49 Vermont 84 

Massachusetts 144 Wisconsin 72 



Missouri. 



In the ratio between the debt and the estimated true value of all taxed real estate Wisconsin is represented by 
12.46 per cent, and compares with other states as is shown below : 



PER CENT. PER CENT. 



Alabama 10.96 

Connecticut 20.14 

Illinois 14.06 

Indiana 9 . 79 

Iowa 17.61 



Nebraska 24.58 

New Hampshire 11.68 

Oregon 8.11 

Pennsylvania 18.91 

Rhode Island 12.13 

28.13 I Tennessee 8.67 

Maine 13.28 [ Vermont 19.21 

Massachusetts 19.42 I Wisconsin 12.46 

Missouri 16.15 j 



C. O. P.— 3,500 



2 FARMS, HOMES, AND MORTGAGES. 

°®^*- Very respectfully, 



ROBERT p. PORTER, 

Superintendent of Census. 



The Seceetary of the Inteeioe. 



STATISTICS OF FARMS, HOMES, A^^D MORTGAGES. 

MORTGAGES IN WISCONSIN. 



BY GEORGE K. HOLMES AND JOHN S. LOED. 



THE REAL ESTATE MORTGAGES OF 10 YEARS. 



Wisconsin exhibits a mortgage movement whose progressive tendency is chiefly found in the increase from 1880 
to 1882 and from 1886 to 1887. Table 1 shows that during the decade ending December 31, 1889, the real estate 
mortgages made in this state, and mentioning the amount of debt secured, numbered 321,196, and represented an 
incurred debt of 1262,606,003. The amount of this debt incurred in 1880 was $17,169,349, and with some fliictuations 
there was an increase to $31,372,816, incurred in 1889. The 180 mortgages made in this state in the course of 10 
years, not stating the amount of debt secured by them, are not included in any totals but their own, except in the 
number of acres and lots shown in Table 1, and except when otherwise mentioned. 

The yearly fluctuations in the number of mortgages made correspond closely to the fluctuations in the amount 
of debt, except that the number of mortgages tended to increase more uniformly. In the following 14 of the 68 
counties of the state a debt of more than $.5,000,000 and less than $10,000,000 was incurred during the 10 years : 
Dane, Dodge, Douglas, Fond du Lac, Jefferson, Lacrosse, Manitowoc, Outagamie, Racine, Rock, Sheboygan, 
Walworth, Waukesha, and Winnebago. In 1880, 24,430 mortgages stating amount of debt were made and 35,758 
in 1889. The number of mortgages made in 1889 gained 46.37 per cent upon those made in 1880 ; the amount of 
debt incurred, 82.73 per cent. During the 10 years preceding June 1, 1890, the population of the state increased 
28.23 per cent. 

About one-fifth of the mortgaging in the state during the 10 years was done in Milwaukee county, where 
a debt of $51,068,504 was incurred. In none but the preceding 15 counties was a debt as great as $5,000,000 
incurred during the period. 

Mortgages on acres. — A debt of $161,775,341 was placed on acre tracts during the 10 years, or 61.60 per 
cent of the total for acre tracts and lots, and this amount was represented by 194.646 mortgages, or 60.60 per cent 
of the total number. In the annual amount of mortgages on acres there were fluctuations, but on the whole the 
incurred acre debt increased from $12,166,239 in 1880 to $16,669,870 in 1889. The acre mortgages numbered 17,549 
in 1880 and increased to 19,028 in 1889. 

Mortgages on lots. — Of the total amount of real estate mortgage debt incurred during the 10 years, 
$100,830,662, or 38.40 per cent, incumbered lots. The amount incurred in 1880 was $5,003,110; in 1889 it was 
$14,702,946, but the movement was nearly stationary from 1882 to 1886. The gain in number of mortgages in 1889 
over those of 1880 was 143.13 per cent; in amount of incurred debt, 193.88 per cent. 

N'umbeb of acres and lots covered. — During the 10 years 18,178,283 acres were incumbered by 194,777 
mortgages stating and not stating amount of debt. In 1880 the number of acres incumbered was 1,575,446; they 
rose to 2.137,343 in 1883 and then declined to 1,653,434 in 1889. Lots to the number of 209.733 were incumbered 
during the decade by 126,599 mortgages stating and not stating amount of debt; 11,025 in 1880, 28,766 in 1889. 
Increase of 1889 over 1880, 160.92 per cent. 

Averages. — The average amount of each mortgage on acres made in the state during the decade was $831 ; on 
lots, $797. Each mortgage on acres covered 93 acres on the average; each mortgage on lots covered 1.66 lots. A 
debt of $8.91 was placed on each mortgaged acre on the average; of $481 on each mortgaged lot. Moi-tgages not 
stating amount of debt are included in these averages per acre and per lot. 

EXISTING liSTDEBTEDNESS. 

Table 2 shows that the existing mortgage debt of Wisconsin is $121,838,168, of which $81,535,361, or 66.92 per 
cent, is on acres and $40,302,807, or 33.08 per cent, is on lots. Of the 164,826 mortgages in force, 111,735, or 67.79 
per cent, are on acres and 53,091, or 32.21 per cent, are on lots. Mortgages in force cover 10,215,886 acres and 
91,558 lots. Mortgages have an average life of 4.765 years; on acres, 5.673 years; on lots, 3.277 years. The 
partial payments adopted for this state are 13.93 per cent of the face of the existing mortgages on acres; 12.17 per 
cent on lots; total, 13.36 per cent. 

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4 FARMS, HOMES, AND MORTGAGES. 

An existing mortgage debt of more tlian S3, 000, 000 is found in S counties, namely, Dane countj', whose debt 
is §4,665,581 ; Dodge couutj% whose debt is 83,984,696 ; Douglas county, whose debt is $3,335,251 ; Fond du Lac 
county, whose debt is $3,023,048 ; Milwaukee county, whose debt is $23,928,438 ; Eock county, whose debt is 
$4,025,144 ; Sheboj'gan county, whose debt is $3,456,443 ; and AVaukesha county, whose debt is $3,489,953. 

Some derived results that have been obtained follow : 

Percentage of estimated true value of all taxed real estate represented by the debt in force 12.46 

Percentage of estimated true value of all taxed acres represented by the debt in force against acres 13.05 

Percentage of estimated true value of all taxed lots represented by the debt iu force against lots 11.42 

Percentage of the total number of taxed acres represented by the number of mortgaged acres 32.56 

Percentage of estimated true value of mortgaged acres (adopting average for all assessed acres) represented 

by the debt in force against acres 40. 07 

Average amount of debt in force per assessed acre $2.60 

Average amount of debt in force per mortgaged acre §7.98 

Average value of each assessed acre $1 9. 92 

Average rate of interest on the existing debt 6.84 

Average rate of interest on the existing debt on acres 6.86 

Average rate of interest on the existing debt on lots 6.79 

Average number of acres covered by each mortgage in force against acres 91 

Average amount of debt to each mortgage in force S739 

Average amount of debt to each mortgage in force against acres $730 

Average amount of debt to each mortgage in force against lots $759 

Per capita existing debt $72 

Average estimated true value of acre real estate covered by each mortgage in force against acres $1,813 

EATES OF INTEEEST AND CLASSIFICATION OF AMOUNTS. 

It is shown iu Table 3 that 7 per cent was the principal rate of interest in this state during the 10 year period. 
The amount of debt incurred at this rate was 38.06 per cent of the total ; under 6 per cent, 3.79 per cent of the total ; 
over 6 per cent, 63.74 per cent of the total ; over 8 per cent, 5.17 per cent of the total. The legislature of "Wisconsin 
has limited the rate of interest as follows in the years named: 1839, 12 per cent; 1849, no limit; 1851, 12 per 
cent; 1852, 10 per cent for banks until 1860 and 7 per cent thereafter; 1860, 10 per cent; 1863, 7 per cent; 1866, 
10 per cent ; 1876, no limit for building and loan associations. The debt of over $260,000,000 incurred in this state 
dui-iug the 10 j^ear period bore 34 different rates of interest, and besides this $366,292 was not subject to any 
interest. The highest rate discovered was 20 per cent. 

The number of mortgages are classified according to their amounts iu Table 4. During the 10 years 55.52 per 
cent of the number of mortgages were made for amounts less than $500, 22.22 per cent for amounts of $500 and 
under $1,000, 20.74 per cent for amoiints of $1,000 and under $5,000, and 1.52 per cent for amounts of $5,000 and 
over. 

SPECIAL INVESTIGATIONS. 

In. Brown, Douglas, St. Croix, and Waukesha counties special investigations were conducted, the character of 
which has been explained at length in Extra Census Bulletin No. 3, for Alabama and Iowa. 

Objects Of indebtedne.ss. — It is found that 63.21 per cent of the original amount of existing debt, that is, 
without deducting partial payments, was incurred in Brown county to secure part of the purchase price of real 
estate, uncombined with other objects, 69.65 per cent iu Douglas county, 54.56 per cent in St. Croix county, and 
74.33 per cent in "Waukesha county. 

To secure purchase money and to make real estate improvements, when not associated with other objects , were 
the reasons why 80.52 per cent of the original amount of the existing debt was incurred in Brown county, 95.21 
per cent in Douglas county, 76.88 per cent in St. Croix county, and 91.03 per cent in "Waukesha county. The 
percentage for real estate purchase and improvements, business, and the purchase of various articles of personal 
property, when not associated with other objects, is 95.02 in Brown county, 99.11 in Douglas county, 91.75 in St. 
Croix county, and 96.11 in W^aukesha county. 

Beown county. — This county has an existing debt of $1,235,422 and 2,498 mortgages in force. The population 
being 39,164, the i^er capita indebtedness is $32, and there are 16 persons, on the average, to a mortgage in force. 
Mortgages cover 114,050 acres, and these are 37.80 per cent of the taxed acres; 1,410 lots are mortgaged. The 
average incumbrance on each mortgaged acre is $7.50 ; on each mortgaged lot, $269. There are 60 acres, on the 
average, incumbered by each mortgage on acres, and 2.32 lots by each mortgage on lots. 

This county is situated in the eastern part of the state, at the head of Green bay. It has large interests in the 
manufacture and sale of lumber, and some parts of the county are very fertile. A large proportion of the population 
consists of immigrants from various foreian countries. 



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MOETGAGES IN WISCONSIN. 5 

Douglas county. — The 1,669 mortgages iu force represent an existing debt of $3,335,2.51, or $2-48, on the 
average, to eacli of the 13.468 persons in the count}', and 1 mortgage to 8 persons. The 114,721 acres covered by 
mortgages are 18.87 per cent of the taxed acres, and the mortgaged lots number 4,284. Each mortgage on acres 
incumbers 387 acres on the average, and each mortgage on lots incumbers 3.12 lots. The average debt to each 
incumbered acre is $9.18 ; to each incumbered lot, $533. 

Most of the people of this county, which is situated in the northwestern part of the state, on Lake Superior, 
live in Superior city, and a large proportion of these are young men with business enterprise. This city was not iu 
existence even as a village in 1880, and in 1890 it had a population of 11,983. Its growth is due to iron mines and 
to manufactures. 

St. Ceoix county. — There is an existing debt of $1,961,225 in this coimty, and 2,571 mortgages are in force. 
The population is 23,139, so that the per capita debt is $85, and there are 9 persons, on the average, to a mortgage 
in force. Mortgages cover 242,885 acres, and these are 52.62 per cent of the taxed acres ; 663 lots are mortgaged. 
The average incumbrance on each mortgaged acre is $7.13 ; on each mortgaged lot, $348. There are 111 acres, on 
the average, incumbered by each mortgage on acres, and 1.74 lots by each mortgage on lots. This is an agricultural 
county in the northwestern part of the state, populated by people of American, Norwegian, and German birth. 

Waukesha county. — This county has an existing debt of $3,489,953 and 2,938 mortgages in force. The 
population being 33,270, the per capita indebtedness is $105, and there are 11 persons, on the average, to a 
mortgage in force. Mortgages cover 133,415 acres, and these are 38.30 per cent of the taxed acres; 1,498 lots are 
mortgaged. The average incumbrance on each mortgaged acre is $20.41 ; on each mortgaged lots, $512. There 
are 68 acres, on the average, incumbered by each mortgage on acres, and 1.54 lots by each mortgage on lots. 

Agriculture is the principal occupation of the people of this county, who are industrious and principally of 
American and German birth, with some Swedes and Norwegians. The county is situated in the southeastern part 
of the state, and adjoins Milwaukee county. 

Table 1.— NUMBER AND AMOUNT OF REAL ESTATE MORTGAGES PLACED ON RECORD AND NUMBER OF ACRES AND 

LOTS COVERED, BY YEARS. 

[These mortgages do not represent the total debt in force, because many have been paid.] 
STATE SUMMAEY. 







MORTGAGES STATI 


NG AMOUNT OF DEBT. 




NUfllEER OF ACRES MORT- 
GAGED. 


Number of 
lots mort- 
gaged. 


NUMBER OF MORT- 
GAGES NOT STATING 
AMOUNT OF DEBT. 


YEARS. 


Total. 


On acres. 


On lots. 




Number. 


Amount. 


Number. 


Amount. 


Number. 


Amount. 


Total. 


Stated. 


Estimated. 


Total. 


On 

acres. 


On 
lots. 




321,196 


$262,606,003 


194,646 


$161,775,341 


126,550 


$100,830,662 


18,178,283 


17,713,249 


465,034 


209,733 


180 


131 










24,430 
26,351 
31,250 
32,051 
32,589 
34,591 
34,416 
35,392 
34,368 
35,758 


17,169,349 
20,021,577 
26,076,357 
27,199,348 
25,892,708 
25,423,773 
27,375,768 
31,993,101 
30,081,206 
31,372,816 


17,549 
17,691 
20,667 
20,396 
20,207 
21,288 
20,591 
19,233 
17,996 
19,028 


12,166,239 
13,425,510 
18,056,012 
18,330,840 
16,506,170 
15,848,146 
17,014,240 
18,078,682 
15,679,632 
16,669,870 


6,881 
8,660 
10,583 
11,655 
12,382 
13,303 
13,825 
16,159 
16,372 
16,730 


5,003,110 
6,596,067 
8,020,345 
8,868,508 
9,386,538 
9,575,627 
10,361,528 
13,914,419 
14,401,574 
14,702,946 


1,575,446 
1,611,592 
2,013,771 
2,137,343 
1,895,984 
1,958,910 
1,966,809 
1,793,050 
1,571,944 
1,653,434 


1,542,217 
1,569,167 
1,973,446 
2,091,354 
1,854,803 
1,914,271 
1,919,504 
1,743,593 
1,517,346 
1,587,548 


33,229 
42,425 
40,325 
45,989 
41,181 
44,639 
47,305 
49,457 
54,598 
65,886 


11,025 
13,307 
16,381 
18,806 
21,124 
21,420 
22,235 
27,199 
29,470 
28,766 


27 
21 
28 
28 
11 
10 
7 
15 
16 
17 


22 
17 
21 
22 

7 
8 
7 
10 
8 
9 




1881 


4 


1883 
















1887 


5 











MILWAUKEE COUNTY. 



The County ': 40,160 51,068,.504 



2,036 'i 

2,485 

3,311 

3,271 

3,406 

3,890 

4,711 

5,676 

5,845 

5,529 



2,252,916 

2,894,337 
3,929,925 
3,789,698 
3,885,275 
4,561,511 
5,635,133 
7,659,854 
8,700,919 
7,758,936 



9,294,874 

362,127 

433,913 

552,941 

581,368 

556,331 

595,613 

885,274 

1,396,535 

1,975,929 

1,954,843 



184 41,773,630 



1,733 

2,171 

2,942 

2,939 I 

3,072 

3,565 

4,285 

5,173 

5,373 



1,890,789 
2,460,424 
3,376,984 
3,208,330 
3,328,944 
3,965,898 
4,749,859 
6,263,319 
6,724,990 
5,801,093 



8,454 ' 
10,252 



8,900 
10,810 
13,134 
12,442 
13,658 



8,226 
8,428 
10,200 
8,898 
7,989 
• 8,900 
10,810 
12,952 
11,298 
9,914 



1,144 
3,744 



53,452 

2,591 
2,973 
4,304 
4,294 
4,728 
5,090 
6,200 
8,046 
7,973 
7,253 



FAHMS, HOMES, AND MORTGAGES. 

Table 2.— REAL ESTATE MORTGAGE DEBT IN FORCE JANUARY 1, 1890, BY COUNTIES. 



The State 

Adams 

Ashland 

Barron 

Bayfield 

Brown 

Buffalo 

Burnett 

Calumet 

Chippewa 

Clark 

Columbia 

Crawford 

Dane 

Dodge 

Door 

Douglas 

Dunn 

Eaudaire 

Florence 

Fond du Lac ... 

Forest 

Grant 

Green •. 

Green Lake 

Iowa 

Jackson 

Jefferson 

Juneau 

Kenosha 

Kewaunee 

Lacrosse 

Lafayette 

Langlade 

Lincoln 



8121,838,168 



237,979 
2,174,486 

791,896 
2,652,809 
1,235,422 

574,913 

292,303 

1,362,990 

1,701,492 

1,061,444 

1,600,304 

368,874 

4,665,581 

3,984,696 

795,700 

3,335,251 
1,030,221 
1,522,570 
123,791 
3,023,018 

410,252 
2,237,561 
2,228,329 
1,053,988 
1,547,328 

785,309 
2,746,319 

686,380 
1,343,106 

924,145 

2,411,997 

2,047,096 

702,971 

641,668 



235,907 
638,677 
667,739 
2,473,458 
855,611 


2,072 

1,535,809 

124,157 

179,351 

379,811 


533,291 

279,732 

1,281,804 

1,318,499 

959,870 


41,622 
12,571 
81,186 
382,993 
104,574 


1,410,677 

325,375 

3,560,836 

3,581,117 

704,513 


189,627 

42,499 

1,104,745 

403,579 
91,187 



1,052,887 
886,156 
854,309 
113,753 

2,563,437 

403.494 
2,131,389 
2,000,574 

899,736 
1,478,162 

713,298 
2,147.333 
566,522 
826,009 
864,151 

724,050 

1,966,137 

486,037 

338,459 



2,282,364 
144,065 
668,261 
10,0:JS 
459,611 

6,758 
103,172 
227,755 
154,252 
69,166 

72,011 
598,986 
119,858 
517,097 

59,994 

1,687,947 
80,959 
216,934 
303,209 



Manitowoc. 

Marathon 

Marinette 

Marquette... 
Milwaukee.. 



Monroe.... 

Oconto 

Oneida ... 
Outagami 
Ozaukee.. 



Pepin 

Pierce 

Polk 

Portage.. 



Price . 
Racin€ 
Eichla 
Rock ., 



St. Croix.., 

Sauk 

Sawyer — 
Shawano . 



Sheboygan .... 

Taylor 

Trempealeau . 
Vernon 



Walworth., 
Washburn.. 
Washingto: 
Waukesha. 



Waupaca 

Waushara.,.. 
Winnebago.. 
Wood 



82,599,732 

I ,323,252 

853,835 

405,304 

23,928,438 

958,537 

431,525 

539,615 

2,430,069 

1,350,241 

252,590 
1,201,404 

813,371 
1,005,984 

195,347 
2,010,028 

842,395 
4,025,144 

1,961,225 

1,644,763 

149,627 

921,489 

3,456,443 
378,158 
854,594 
886,781 

2,774,-367 

293,138 

1,818,5.54 

3,489,953 

1,387,132 

710,761 

2,614,001 

1,025,152 



82,321 ,867 

1,140,270 

478,930 

368,760 

6,110,651 

820,613 

373,796 

362,155 

1,565,199 

1,184,378 

221,094 

1,128,186 

768,854 

770,208 

152,281 
1,038,526 

760,467 
2,876,599 

1,730,825 

1,408,560 

118,721 

799,705 

2,313.480 
347,957 
807,292 
823,288 

2,212,659 

271,122 

1,658,955 

2,722,750 

1,187,648 
683,314 

1,368,834 
790,418 



' $277,865 
182,982 
374,905 
36,544 

17,817,787 

137,924 
57,729 
177,460 
864,870 
165,863 

31,496 
73,218 
44,517 
235,776 

43,066 

971,502 

81,928 

1,148,545 

230,400 
236,203 
30,906 
121,784 



561,708 
22,016 
159,599 



199,484 

27,447 

1,245,167 

234,734 



Table 3.— AMOUNT OF REAL ESTATE MORTGAGES BEARING SPECIFIED RATES OF INTEREST, BY YEARS. 



KATES. 


Total. 


1880 


1881 


1888 


1883 


1884 


1883 


1886 


1887 


1888 


188D 


1 


he State., 
er cent 


8262,606,003 


817,169,319 


820,021,577 


826,076,357 


827,199,348 


$25,892,708 


825,423,773 


827,375,768 


831,993,101 


$30,081,206 


$31,372,816 


p 


366,292 
14,179 
17,202 
7,900 

151,135 

6,000 

590,688 

32,448 

7,733,818 

831,415 

1,600 

212,098 

85,280,739 

28,850 

1,953,226 

4,500 
36,490 
99,942,952 
18,700 
2,950 

392,338 

3,425 

51,420,968 

3.478 

219,299 

1,517.403 

15,386 

11,786,222 

750 

2,950 

10,212 
90 
150 
50 
100 


24,490 
259 


10,037 
2,287 
1,300 


46,834 

300 

1,632 


39,206 

800 

1,300 

1,000 

11,210 


31,753 

2,907 

450 

500 

20,500 


36,887 


49,135 
6,400 


37,072 

520 

4,720 

3,600 

24,250 

1,000 
82,434 
19,048 
910,590 
241,326 


53,284 

506 

2.500 


37,594 

20O 




.do 


3,300 
2,800 
16,970 

3,800 
69,302 

2,350 
781,290 
86,025 
















4,800 


3,575 


5,300 

900 

33,810 

3,900 

896,642 

79,350 


17,250 


22,523 

78,975 " 

3,600 

1,114,357 

51,516 

1,600 

6.498 

11,654.034 

1,400 

285,165 


24,757 






300 






5,975 


16,939 


43,334 

150 

569,429 

89,100 


93,982 


98,765 


67,172 








5 . 


..do 

..do 


75,309 


342,970 
700 


736,174 
78,075 


890,356 
64,100 


1,386,701 
141,223 


5.7. 

















200,000 
7,981,115 




3,500 

13,039,478 

1,400 

272,908 

3,000 

300 

10,277,225 

1,000 


2,100 


6 . 


..do 

..do 

do 


1,688,761 


4,281,567 


7,922,771 


8,113,407 

8,9.50 

191,215 


8,139,521 

4,200 

225,411 


10,168,200 


12,291,885 




28,200 


87,366 


214,267 


250,010 


160,697 

1,500 

15,500 

9,822,565 


237,957 












""'f,242',409" 


""9',567',479" 


9,250 
11,135,542 


7,66'6 
11,917,601 




1,300 
9,573,377 


1,740 

10,181,263 

7,000 

750 

36,120 




7 . 


..do 


10,193,880 


10,031,611 






700 
41,670 














1 500 






31,175 


... . 
43,226 


27,760 

3,425 

4,547,413 


33,169 


48,349 


61,301 


28.748 


37,820 








8 . 


..do 


6,050,889 
1,653 
9,883 

275 089 

2 700 

1,715,337 


4,423,531 

R25 
7,100 

136,099 

5,000 

1,098,127 


4,452,380 


4,798.906 


5,022,551 


4,905,324 


5.709,525 
1,000 
27,817 

161,093 


5,485,979 


6,024,440 




do . 


7,050 

186,937 

300 

1,035,316 


16,125 

131,392 

2,000 

1,476,179 


48,468 

157,504 

256 

1,325,437 


38,505 

137,584 

5,130 

1,162,348 

750 


36,055 
125,613 


20,732 
128,801 


7,564 




. do 


77,291 




do 




10 . 


..do 

do 


950,657 


1,111,397 


942,123 


968,301 






225 


2,500 




300 
1,022 








150 

500 
90 






do.... 


650 


1,615 




2,250 




3 950 
















do 






1 1 




150 












1 > 






50 


20 . 


do 






1 1 


100 
















! 1 1 









MORTGAGES IN WISCONSIN. 

Table 4.— NUMBEK OF REAL ESTATE MORTGAGES CLASSIFIED BY AMOUNTS OF LOANS, 



CLASSIFICATION OF AMOUNTS. 



Under SlOO 

SlOOand under S200.. 
S200 and under S300 ., 
S300 and under S400 . 
8400 and under S500 . 



$500 and under Sl.OOO 

$1,000 and under $1,500.. 
$1,500 and under S2,n00.. 
$2,000 and under $2,500 .. 
$2,500 and under $5,000 .. 



83,000 1 



rider 810,000. 



810,000 and under S15.000 . 



17,182 
51,984 
47,351 
35,894 
25,935 

71,379 
31,629 
12,688 
9,699 
12,590 

3,434 



815,000 i 
820,000 and i 
825,000 and i 



nder $20,000.. 
ider 825.000 . 
ider $50,000 . 



850.000 and under 8100,000 

8100,000 and under $500,000 .... 
$500,000 and under $1,000,000 ., 
81,000,000 and over 



1,447 
4,397 
3,874 
3,143 
2,196 

5,658 



1,571 
5,110 
4,353 
3,614 
2,546 

7,017 
3,124 
1,299 



1,510 
5,097 
5,114 
3,543 
2,592 

6,975 
3,140 
1,280 
1,043 
1,293 

329 



1,699 
5,415 
5,171 
3,672 



7,016 
3,032 
1,251 



35,758 



2,043 1,900 

5,843 5,670 

5,380 5,193 

4,041 ! 3,901 

2,810 [ 2,793 

7,467 7,631 

3,176 3,269 

1,204 1,335 



1,904 
5,652 
5,035 
3,753 
2,813 

8,104 
3,411 
1,397 
1,179 
1,481 

449 



7,867 
3,709 
1,474