The coronavirus pandemic is changing how people think about housing, technology and location, three elements that are critical to the real estate industry. Find out what four experts see on the horizon.
What’s happening with Chicago’s luxury market since the onset of the novel coronavirus pandemic? It depends on how you look at
The MLS rolled out a new online toolkit this week to gather information and resources all in one place.
A new survey asks agents how they think their clients will respond to the novel coronavirus pandemic, as well as how they’re shifting their business activities.
Though teams have been able to self-identify in Midwest Real Estate Data’s connectMLS for years, the organization rolled out new enhancements last spring that offer more control and reporting capabilities for teams. The hope is that by augmenting their system
Welcome to our annual Real Data issue, which highlights those who made waves in the 2019 Chicagoland market. We’re excited to bring you this look back at the last year to help you both celebrate your colleagues and identify your
It may seem like top producers have it made, but being at the top has its challenges. Here’s what some of the people on our Real Data lists have to say about the difficulties of being on such lists, how
It’s not just luck that got the agents you see on our Real Data lists where they are today. Hear their advice for how you can up your game and increase your numbers, as well as how to maintain your
Being a top producer in Chicagoland may mean a fair amount of attention for impressive sales numbers. But whether or not that actually makes a difference in terms of attracting and keeping clients is another
It can be tough — some say impossible — to achieve harmony between work and family when you’re in real estate. Here, Chicagoland top producers offer some techniques that can help.