Dittmar Realty is a full-service real estate organization committed to quality and integrity for 60 years. A local family business, Dittmar Realty was founded in 1959 by Clarence H. Dittmar. Since that time, Dittmar Realty has constructed over 1,000 single family homes, nine multifamily apartment communities, a 375 site-manufactured home community, several commercial facilities, and more than 15 subdivision communities.
Throughout our history, Dittmar Realty has been recognized for its achievements and dedication to quality in the real estate industry. The Metropolitan Milwaukee Builders Association (the “MBA”) has presented Dittmar Realty with Standards of Excellence Awards in Apartment Construction and Subdivision Design, together with the prestigious Single Family Builder for the Year Award in 1966 and 2005. We attribute our success to the skill and dedication of our valuable staff, many who have been with us for over 20 years.
Today, Dittmar Realty specializes in land development, multifamily property management and construction in Ozaukee, Washington and Waukesha Counties. We manage approximately 450 apartment units, a manufactured home community, and four self-storage facilities. We also currently have at least six subdivisions in various stages of development offering home site opportunities in all price ranges.
2003 represented a milestone year for Dittmar Realty. We were chosen to host the 2003 Parade of Homes at our Twin Creeks subdivision located in the Town of Jackson featuring 14 model homes by some of the most prominent builders in the Milwaukee area. Twin Creeks won the MBA Standard of Excellence Award for 2003. Kevin S. Dittmar, active in the business since 1998, was named President of the Company as of January 1, 2003, and carries on our commitment to quality and integrity well into the new millennium.
2004 saw even more good fortune for Dittmar Realty, Hidden Crossing, our exclusive new subdivision in Menomonee Falls won the MBA Standard of Excellence Award in 2004.
Since that time, we have completed the following: