In 2007, the housing bubble burst.
Some homeowners went under water. Construction ground to a halt. "For Sale" signs became permanent fixtures in many a front yard.
But those days are over.
Over the years, the economy grudgingly improved while interest rates stayed low. Homes got hot and the Milwaukee skyline filled with new condos and apartment towers.
A decade after the bubble burst that reshaped the Milwaukee real estate landscape, WTMJ's Gene Mueller looks into what's hot and what's not when it comes to where we live and why.