Posts by Meg White

Chicago’s KW offices come together as one
Chicago’s KW offices come together as one

Team leader Josh Weinberg discusses the calculus behind the decision to bring the firm’s Lakeview, Lincoln Park and O'Hare brokerages under the umbrella of Keller Williams ONEChicago in October....

Chicago targets ‘party houses’ in new STR ordinance
Chicago targets ‘party houses’ in new STR ordinance

Landlords who rent their properties on short-term rental sites such as Airbnb will soon see tighter regulations, and in some cases, new...

New funding for housing on South, West sides
New funding for housing on South, West sides

Mayor Lori Lightfoot announced a residential lending plan to complement the commercial development initiative known as INVEST...

Gender pay gap in commercial real estate grows to ‘staggering’ levels
Gender pay gap in commercial real estate grows to ‘staggering’ levels

This year’s release of the CREW Network’s benchmark study shows some backsliding in the industry, though there were a few bright spots as well....

Meet the 2020 Who’s Who in Chicagoland Residential Real Estate
Meet the 2020 Who’s Who in Chicagoland Residential Real Estate

This year marks an incredible opportunity for the industry, and the individuals in our 2020 Who’s Who in Chicagoland Residential Real Estate issue are the ones who will rise to meet the demands of today and...

Rising to the top in year like no other
Rising to the top in year like no other

While this year has been unlike any other in recent memory, it underscores that fact that those who succeed in real estate tend to be the people who find a way to thrive no matter what the market is like....

Will looting fears depress Chicago’s real estate market?
Will looting fears depress Chicago’s real estate market?

As the city endures a tense summer, brokers share their thoughts about whether or not there will be an urban exodus, and what officials and the industry can do to solve issues underlying recent civil unrest....

Sales surge in suburbia, but city remains flat
Sales surge in suburbia, but city remains flat

The most recent data on home sales and contract signings in Chicagoland points to a bifurcating market....

Optimize your Instagram strategy for real estate
Optimize your Instagram strategy for real estate

A social media strategist who helped create high-profile accounts for RE/MAX offers tips and examples of how to make the platform work for your...

Unintended consequences of high prices and low rates
Unintended consequences of high prices and low rates

In these unprecedented times, it’s hard to know what’s next for the economy. But a few stark facts about the housing market will shape activity in 2021, according to local investors and economists....

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