2021 was a fascinating year for the real estate market — particularly in Chicagoland. And over the past 12 months, our local coverage tracked all the breaking news. Check out the hometown stories which most interested our Chicago readers.
@properties took another step in its growth this year when acquiring the New York-based real estate technology and advisory firm Suburban Jungle Group. Suburban Jungle provides pre-search consultation services to homebuyers to help them find the ideal neighborhood or suburb for their needs and match them with a vetted real estate agent.
The city of Chicago began accepting permit applications on May 1 for construction of new accessory dwelling units — also known as coach houses and granny flats — and to bring into compliance preexisting ADUs and basement units not currently on the books.
Chicago’s housing market took something of a breather back in September, as days on market rose 3.8% from August, and months supply of inventory jumped 9.8%, according to RE/MAX’s National Housing Report.
As home prices continue increasing, some areas in Chicagoland saw especially significant appreciation — particularly in the suburbs. Earlier this month, Stacker has compiled a list of those ZIP codes with the most expensive homes. Find out if you or your clients’ neighborhoods made the list.