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Where did properties move fastest in Chicagoland?

by Meg White

Where did properties move fastest in Chicagoland?

Midwest Real Estate Data tracks how long listings stay up before they’re sold, which is a great indicator of how hot the market is. Here’s a look at the spots in the city and the suburbs where inventory moved the quickest in 2019.

City of Chicago

Archer Heights: 54
Lower West Side: 55
Hermosa: 56
Humboldt Park: 57
Avondale: 59
McKinley Park: 60
North Lawndale: 60
Clearing: 60
South Lawndale: 60
Uptown: 60
South Deering: 62
Jefferson Park: 63
Chicago Lawn: 63
Logan Square: 63
Albany Park: 63
Ashburn: 64
West Lawn: 64
West Garfield Park: 64
Lincoln Square: 65
Portage Park: 65
Grand average: 81

Suburban Chicagoland

Sycamore: 7
Keeneyville: 11
East Moline: 12
Eola: 14
Forest View: 32
Minooka: 37
Thornton: 43
Round Lake Heights: 43
St. John: 44
Glendale Heights: 46
Burlington: 46
Hometown 48
Broadview: 48
Hainesville: 49
Carpentersville: 50
Godley: 50
Joliet: 51
Bedford Park: 51
Lockport: 52
North Chicago: 52
Grand average: 79

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