Real estate news in Chicagoland
Mayor Lightfoot's proposed ordinance looks to manage where and when dispensaries can begin selling recreational marijuana in Chicago, complete with a list of "cannabis zones" and one area where sales will not be
Learn why the National League of Cities put Chicago in this category, rather than a "high-opportunity" or "wealth-pocket city," and what researchers think can be done to turn things
Compass snags a top producer Coldwell Banker, which in turn brought on two new branch managers from Baird & Warner. Also, Guaranteed Rate brings on a new marketing exec.
A familiar name is stepping up to run @properties' Streeterville office, a former Century 21 exec is back at RE/MAX and
Sharbel Shamoon announces he's leaving CrossCountry Mortgage, former FDIC chair Sheila Bair joins the government-sponsored lending giant and the Broker Public Portal adds a tech pro from Keller Williams.
Agents specializing in Chicago may be attracted to some parts of the suburbs as they become more desirable and livable for the newest generation of homebuyers — and vice versa. But it can be difficult to make the
In her first State of the City address, Mayor Lightfoot says she’s willing to sacrifice her political career to solve Chicago’s budget crisis.
It’s no secret that monthly mortgage costs tend to be less than rent on average. But the differential is also having a dramatic effect on the other side of the spectrum: housing
The homebuilder community has regularly offered a succinct answer to the reason for its industry’s sluggishness, generally calling out labor, lumber, laws and land as pain points. But some researchers are poking holes in their assertions of
Which areas of Chicagoland are seeing the highest increases and decreases in median sale