Real estate news in Chicagoland
Though existing-home sales data didn’t offer much excitement, an examination of homes going under contract indicates the kind of activity that normally marks the start of summer, not the end.
The city released a plan to build up 10 neighborhoods on the city’s South and West Sides using $750 million in already allocated funding over the next three years.
The well-known fixture in Chicago real estate explains why she's excited to join the established brand at a moment of
Overall, home values made their largest monthly climb in five years, which means homeowners and appraisers are more likely to agree on market
Going into a deal with the right information on the environment can both give you a competitive advantage and help you answer tough questions from concerned
Dale Taylor has been supporting members of his community who have become homeless for nearly two decades. Now, the broker-associate with RE/MAX 10 in New Lenox has been recognized with a grant from the National Association of
Congrats to Danielle Moy, Andrew Croegaert, Mary Haight Himes and Terri Doney on their recent professional news.
Three communities face different challenges to affordable housing, as uncovered at the recent American Planning Association conference.
A 15-month run of decreasing year-over-year gains in U.S. home prices ended in July, according to the S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller National Home Price Index. However, price growth in Chicago and other major cities was less robust than the national
Yet again, @properties has new managing brokers to announce. Also, you'll be seeing new faces in your Realtor leadership, and Lendlease nabbed an executive from Sterling Bay.