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NAR’s chief economist says April’s decline could be the lowest point in the market, and that he expects it to bounce back
Encouraging new data shows that buyers are coming back and consumers are feeling more confident, though concerns about job stability and possible inflation
The Chicago-based firm announced it’s starting its next chapter with an equity investment in the South Atlantic region of the U.S.
A new report that rent is still rising, but by much less in most cities, as a result of the COVID-19
Data shows sales of new construction single-family homes rose slightly in April while price growth continues, albeit
Three real estate professionals offer their approach to
Many in real estate tread lightly when broaching the topic of gentrification, but one Chicago broker has no qualms about speaking his
Learn how the Yes In My Backyard Act could help alleviate issues of affordability and housing discrimination from one of the bill’s co-sponsors.
While current zoning rules stand in the way of expanding ADUs, representatives in the Chicago City Council plan to introduce an ordinance soon to change
A two-story haunted home in Youngsville, Louisiana, is on the market for the low, low price of $0, but there's a