Real estate news in Chicagoland
RE/MAX’s housing report for the Chicago area found the new year started off with a bang.
Single buyers have been on the rise in recent years, which is why the dating scene in Chicago is an important one for agents to keep an eye
There was no quarter in 2019 when metro prices didn’t increase, posing challenges for potential buyers, according to
This week, M/I Homes acquired massive land tracts from Taylor Morrison, Spaces Real Estate announced a new VP of commercial real estate, Coldwell Banker launched their Exclusive Look program and @properties got a new
The percentage of Chicago homes that sold above list price fell to 15.8 percent in 2019, but record low inventory is expected to reverse that
A new report by Redfin ranks large U.S. cities by walkability. Chicagoland made the list, despite a small drop in its Walk
A new report shows that the luxury sector inched up 1.6 percent year-over-year in the fourth
Rents up slightly nationwide in February. Find out where Chicago ranked.
To meet the ambitious goal of ameliorating the effects of the criminal justice system on housing, Cook County commissioners amended the county’s Human Rights Ordinance to include more provisions for housing-related issues. Here's what you and your clients need to
Whether your brokerage will enthusiastically rent to dispensaries or would prefer to avoid marijuana altogether, this new law is sure to touch your clients, agents and employees. Put policies in place now to shape how you deal with it, and