By The Numbers

Newly Built Homes are 50% More Expensive Than in 2010

Newly Built Homes are 50% More Expensive Than in 2010


Everybody wants a new home, but fewer people will be able to afford them…

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If Homebuilding is Flat, Why are Builders So Darn Confident?

If Homebuilding is Flat, Why are Builders So Darn Confident?


It would appear to be a glaring contradiction in the nation’s housing market, but…

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Chicagoland Home Prices Balance Further in Latest Case-Shiller

Chicagoland Home Prices Balance Further in Latest Case-Shiller


Home price growth continued to slow in September, but as we argued with home…

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Forget Home Sales – This is Housing’s Most Encouraging Trend

Forget Home Sales – This is Housing’s Most Encouraging Trend


Sure, existing-home sales were up, but there was another side of NAR’s report that…

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The Top-Selling Neighborhoods in the City of Chicago

The Top-Selling Neighborhoods in the City of Chicago


Are the usual suspects at the top of the heap, or did October’s market…

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Auction.com/Google’s First NowCast Predicts Strong Nov. Market, though Challenges Remain

Auction.com/Google’s First NowCast Predicts Strong Nov. Market, though Challenges Remain


Google’s first foray into housing data has yielded some encouraging – albeit sobering –…

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How Homebuyers Search for Their Homes – 4 Important Trends

How Homebuyers Search for Their Homes – 4 Important Trends


The manner in which prospective homebuyers search for residences suggests very interesting things about…

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The Top-Selling Suburban Markets in Chicagoland

The Top-Selling Suburban Markets in Chicagoland


What suburban markets in Chicagoland saw the most home-sale activity in the month of…

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Chicagoland Home Sales Slump – and That’s a Good Thing

Chicagoland Home Sales Slump – and That’s a Good Thing


Though the latest housing report on Chicagoland home sales would seem distressing, it’s all…

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New Construction Falls in October on Volatile Multifamily Sector

New Construction Falls in October on Volatile Multifamily Sector


As has been the case for some time now, the residential construction market rose…

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