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Updates on Opportunity Zone rules, tax breaks The Treasury Department released a document April 17 offering the first detailed look into regulations it is proposing around the new Opportunity Zones program. Announced as part of the 2017 Tax Cuts and...
Real estate is making news in Pilsen, Lakeshore East, on the former site of the Harold L. Ickes Homes public housing development, in Oak Park and more this week. Also, the Census Bureau reported a mixed bag of population data for Chicagoland Thursday.
See how 2019 started out with our first quarterly release of Real Data.
Housing inventory rose to a 4.4-month supply, an increase from both last month’s 3.4 months and last year’s 3.2 months. Chicagoland inventory is also higher than the national supply of 2.7 months.
Researchers warn recent measures of the first-time buyer population may not be accurate, noting that estimates from the National Association of Realtors “reflect a relatively small sample of housing transactions and therefore may not be representative of the overall market.”
RE/MAX Premier, and office most closely affiliated with downtown deals, announced today that it had acquired RE/MAX NorthCoast in the Edgewater neighborhood.
Any agent knows how stressful moving can be for clients. Many don’t realize how much clutter they have accumulated over the years until they have to pack it all up in boxes and move it somewhere else.
New trends emerge every year, and the start of the spring selling season is a great time to take stock of what will be in demand this year. Here are a few things that today’s high-end buyers are looking for.
NAR's Home Buyers and Sellers Generational Trends Report is full of facts and figures, but we’ve focused on a topic that may be especially close to the hearts of agents: what buyers from these various generations think of you.
What better way to show your love of our hometown than owning a two-flat that once was home to infamous gangster Al Capone?