Real estate news in Chicagoland
The Sergio & Banks Group will set up shop at @properties’ new Gold Coast flagship.
Appointed last year by Mayor Lori Lightfoot, Chicago’s Inclusionary Housing Task Force urged the revision of the city’s affordable housing ordinance.
A new report from the financial website Wallethub ranks each state on COVID-19 restrictions.
Brokers let us know what’s ahead for entry-level housing in Chicagoland.
Back when legislators were crafting language for an ordinance to make it easier for homeowners to build, rent out and remodel accessory dwelling units on their property, the hope from sponsoring Chicago City Council aldermen was that the legislation would have passed by August.
Low inventory of affordable homes is a major problem for today’s local real estate industry. But it’s not the first time Chicago has been short of what it needs in terms of housing.
While many first-time buyers are looking for more affordable options, those who can afford a little more square footage are increasingly interested in getting out of the city.
Team leader Josh Weinberg discusses the calculus behind the decision to bring the firm’s Lakeview, Lincoln Park and O’Hare brokerages under the umbrella of Keller Williams ONEChicago in October.
Three national firms make some big hires, and a local commercial property renovation company rebrands in this week’s Making Moves.
Landlords who rent their properties on short-term rental sites such as Airbnb will soon see tighter regulations, and in some cases, new fees.