By The Numbers

The Jobs Report: 6 Good Things (and 2 Bad Things) For Housing

The Jobs Report: 6 Good Things (and 2 Bad Things) For Housing


The latest government jobs report was highly encouraging for the economy – and, as…

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3 Unquestionably Good Signs for Chicagoland’s Housing Market

3 Unquestionably Good Signs for Chicagoland’s Housing Market


We ventured through the data jungle, and came upon three very good signs for…

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CoreLogic Report: Windy City Sheds More Foreclosures

CoreLogic Report: Windy City Sheds More Foreclosures


Foreclosures are being completed at dramatic rates…and why that might not be so good….

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Chicago One of Top 10 Luxury Markets in the Nation

Chicago One of Top 10 Luxury Markets in the Nation


New data shows that the city of Chicago is one of the most active…

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Construction Spending Report Paints Chicago as Balanced

Construction Spending Report Paints Chicago as Balanced


Construction spending rises and falls throughout the country, helping and hindering markets struggling to…

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What Income Does Your Client Need to Qualify for a Mortgage in Chicago?

What Income Does Your Client Need to Qualify for a Mortgage in Chicago?


At the end of the day, how much income do consumers need to qualify…

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Multifamily/Single-Family Construction Post Sizable 2014 Increases

Multifamily/Single-Family Construction Post Sizable 2014 Increases


Though overall construction is mostly flat from last year, both single family and multifamily…

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CoreLogic Report: What Price Appreciation Says About Our National Economy

CoreLogic Report: What Price Appreciation Says About Our National Economy


Stable, moderate price appreciation may tell a much larger economic story.   Though the…

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5 Surprising Trends on How Homebuyers are Financing their Purchases

5 Surprising Trends on How Homebuyers are Financing their Purchases


There’s very little that’s conventional in terms of how homebuyers today finance their purchases,…

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The Most Worrying Economic Trend for the Housing Market

The Most Worrying Economic Trend for the Housing Market


One aspect of the economic recovery could haunt the housing market far beyond its…

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