Real estate news in Chicagoland
Although the single-digit decline from the previous month nationally is good news, home sales still lagged May of 2019 by
Megan Mawicke joins her brother to continue their mother’s legacy on the North Shore, the former owner of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices MAC moves to the brand's Naperville office, and Judy Frydland is ending a more than three-decade-long career with the
Bidding wars are beginning to return in Chicago, according to a new
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot is proposing a slower process that offers more alternatives to tenants. But the Chicago Association of Realtors has raised constitutionality questions that have gone unanswered so far.
The latest CoreLogic report reveals the first measurable impact to the single-family rent market, pushing price growth to its lowest rate since the initial recovery of the Great Recession.
Big brokerage brands brought on new talent in Park Ridge, Lake Forest, Northbrook and western DuPage
In a presentation to the Mainstreet Organization of Realtors, NAR’s chief economist offered buyers’ reps some talking points for clients who might feel hesitant to enter the market.
The market recovery continues amid nationwide
A new analysis from a local real estate brokerage that focuses its business on rentals uncovers some surprising trends in renting.
Home price and equity growth in the months leading up to the pandemic have helped to delay the impact of the recession on the mortgage market, although the effects are expected to continue to unfold over the next