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Don’t get caught “running naked through the
New laws, shifts in tax assessments and possible methods for filling government shortfalls are all situations brokers should be watching in the coming months.
It’s time to start thinking about your goals for 2020. Here are a few dos and don’ts to keep in mind as you set your course for the next
The results were determined by an independent survey of past customers, examining every closed transaction for the calendar
Late last month, Illinois-based school Real Estate Institute announced it would be launching an affiliate relationship with AgentEDU, a division of Agent Publishing, which produces Chicago Agent
While the association has moved to institute new rules around what to do about off-MLS listings, there are some who say it restricts trade and others who feel it doesn’t go far enough to force brokers to share listing data.
Looking at the Trib's Top Workplaces 2019 list, it's clear many in the Chicagoland real estate community are happy with their
Whether you’re looking to build up your business to weather a changing market or get ready to retire, here are some simple ways to structure your career and tax situation for future success.
While iBuyers aren’t an active presence in Chicago yet, brokers need to understand the competition and consider its potential impact on the local market. Does the average agent really need to fear the impact of iBuyers on their business or
Real estate brands large and small have a particularly big question facing them in terms of iBuyers: Should they offer their own iBuyer platform to ensure listing agents have all the tools necessary to win