Real estate news in Chicagoland
While sales may be down, the number of attached homes that went under contract is on the rise. Also, zoning standards are softened to make way for a new suburban town center and a new study looks at renter stats
The latest RE/MAX report for the Chicago metro area shows some improvement over last month, but year-over-year numbers still fall short of national
Two historically affordable neighborhoods see rapid rent increases, Pritzker’s budget begins to pay off for real estate and more new residential development is proposed for Fulton Market.
For every home sold in the state, Illinois' economy generated $18,000 of income from things like real estate commissions, fees and moving expenses related to a purchase. These expenses were about 9 percent of the median home price, but constituted 27 percent
In this week’s roundup of local news, lawmakers ask the governor to pump the brakes on another mega-project, new residential developments are coming to Barrington and Schaumburg, Ald. King said no thanks to a casino at the former Michael Reese
Gov. J. B. Pritzker didn’t get everything that he wanted, but as the 2019 legislative session wrapped up in the first few days of June, he could credibly claim to have accomplished more than an Illinois governor had in
The neighborhood of North Center is losing its stock of two- to four-flat rental buildings to single-family home conversions and teardowns, following a citywide trend that is making the neighborhood and the city less affordable, according to speakers at
When examining forward-looking data like pending home sales, new-construction activity and listing traffic, the news for the market overall isn't stellar. But there are a few bright spots for Chicagoland real estate professionals in particular: The Midwest is proving to
Sterling Bay is planning an infill project made up of 30 affordable, factory-made three-flats; big companies relocating to the city are hurting high-end suburban properties; Lightfoot names a new CHA head and more in this week's roundup.
The Mueller probe leads to an indictment for Chicago bank CEO Stephen Calk; residential developers look to fill in a long-vacant 12-block site with townhouses, condos and houses; preservationists look to create a national park in Chicago and more in