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IDFPR’s Division of Real Estate released a new document outlining how agents and brokerages can reopen offices and conduct business within the new phase of the Restore Illinois
A new study looks at how well networked certain regions of the country are — as well as how ingrained technology is in their local economies — to predict how the rebound will go locally. Find out how Chicago ranks.
With the cost to buy and own a home rising rapidly in Chicago, some residents see developers and real estate brokers as the enemy. But the true picture is much more nuanced than
Three real estate professionals offer their approach to
Learn how a proactive attitude can solve contract cancellations, as well as uncertainties looming over your clients and the market
As an industry that relies heavily on interpersonal connections, real estate is now having to shift marketing and outreach strategies to online platforms. Here’s how your game plan needs to
Coach Brian Buffini, broker Leigh Brown and association leader Paula Monthofer offered solace and techniques to help Realtors weather the COVID-19 storm.
The higher the price, the smaller the market. All too often, the reality for agents selling high-end homes is working with a narrow cross-section of potential buyers. Fine home auctioneer and licensed real estate broker Rick Levin of Rick Levin
"It’s important that we stay connected with clients who have delayed their moves. When the pandemic is over, they will still need to buy and sell, and in the meantime, they could use support from brokers during this confusing
One local home inspector weighs in on the difficulties of doing his job during the coronavirus pandemic.