Real estate news in Chicagoland
While the pursuit of new or better employment prospects normally motivates people to take on a long-distance move, recent data suggests that Americans may now be more inclined to relocate for housing related
Founder David Wolf will become the sole owner of the residential real estate and development services firm, though the company will still have an affiliation with Coldwell Banker.
A new study by Lending Tree shows that single women own almost 14 percent of homes in
Existing home sales bounced back in December in every region of the U.S. but the Midwest, following a small slump the previous month, according to NAR’s monthly existing-home sales
The Chicago Fed’s senior economist breaks down some of the more common misconceptions about the chance of recession in 2020 and offers thoughts on how real estate pros can be better consumers of economic
In a year that showed slowing home sales overall, RE/MAX’s most recent market report offers a bit of sunshine.
Four new luxury agents joined Baird & Warner’s Gold Coast branch, Project REAP announced its return to Chicago and Move Inc. named their new CEO.
Chicago City Council approved a six month ban on building demolitions along the popular biking and running
Winnetka Village was named the 2nd best United States city to live in by a financial news
Gramercy Group is moving from indie brokerage to a Fulton Grace team, Alex Ilich switched from GRate to Wintrust, and Nick Libert is integrating title serves into his firm, among other news in Chicagoland real