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3 trends that millennials will bring to the market in 2020
3 trends that millennials will bring to the market in 2020

In its predictions for 2020, Zillow revealed a few ways in which Gen Y might impact housing in the near

Chicago ranked 6th among 50 most sustainable cities
Chicago ranked 6th among 50 most sustainable cities

Chicago earns a top spot in this new ranking thanks to its walkability and access to transportation, as well as its growth in LEED-certified

Record-breaking employment figures offer positive picture for 2020
Record-breaking employment figures offer positive picture for 2020

It’s been decades since the unemployment rate was this low. Find out how that might affect real

Loan limit increase good news for Chicago homebuyers
Loan limit increase good news for Chicago homebuyers

Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac loan limits will be raised to more than half a million

Chicagoland home prices up in September, though far below national trend
Chicagoland home prices up in September, though far below national trend

The rebound could mean an accelerating market

Chicago’s millennials still want to own, but the percentage is shrinking
Chicago’s millennials still want to own, but the percentage is shrinking

A generation marked by economic instability and student loan debt is giving up on homeownership, according to a new

Rent is on the rise — find out why
Rent is on the rise — find out why

The latest analysis from CoreLogic shows that Chicago renters are paying an average of 2.2 percent more in rent this year over

Housing starts up nationwide, Midwest still struggles to keep pace
Housing starts up nationwide, Midwest still struggles to keep pace

Two percent jump in housing starts nationwide could mean lower chance of

The homeownership gap is closing, albeit slowly
The homeownership gap is closing, albeit slowly

Minority homeownership, which plummeted during the Great Recession, is climbing back

First American: ‘If you build it, they will buy it’
First American: ‘If you build it, they will buy it’

Housing starts make progress in September, showing signs of more inventory on the way.

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