All-cash sales still remain quite prevalent in the U.S. housing market, especially here at home.
A hefty 37 percent of home sales in the Chicagoland area were all-cash transactions in April, according to exclusive analysis from CoreLogic, the real estate data and analytics company.
That’s perfectly consistent with a 37 percent national average, according to data CoreLogic recently published on its website.
But how does Chicago compare with some of the most cash-infused housing markets in the U.S.? And how does Illinois compare with its fellow states? See our graph below for an idea: