Real estate news in Chicagoland
In an industry where women outnumber men almost two to one, there’s still work to be done, according to three of Chicagoland’s top women broker-owners at a forum held by the Chicago Association of Realtors in recognition of Women’s History Month.
Home prices posted monthly and yearly gains in January across the U.S. as well, according to the S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller Indices.
Genyk, who is a founding member of @properties, was the top sales agent in the River North area in 2020.
“This historic vote is the culmination of nearly two years of community input, conversation, and hard work, but it follows decades of harmful policies and practices that impact Black Evanston families to this day.” — 5th Ward Ald. Robin Rue Simmons
“The 2021 market is off to a strong start and having an experienced team in place to quickly serve agents is paramount,” President Ayoub Rabah, Coldwell Banker Realty
“Despite the drop in home sales for February — which I would attribute to historically-low inventory — the market is still outperforming pre-pandemic levels.” NAR Chief Economist Lawrence Yun
The median sale price of a home in Chicago was $275,000, a 1.5% increase month over month and a 12.7% increase over last year.
“I decided to join Real People Realty to take my business to the next level. Real People Realty gives me everything that I am looking for in a brokerage.” — Kenneth Hoffman
Baird & Warner has launched a new multi-media advertising campaign reflective of the several real estate services the company offers to both buyers and sellers.
Hernandez will work alongside Nykea Pippion McGriff, vice president of strategic growth, and Rachel Scheid, vice president of agent development.