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Hallelujah, you’re home
Hallelujah, you’re home

The pews have been removed and this historic structure, which hit the market for $459,000, is decked out with modern amenities

Taking open concept to a new level
Taking open concept to a new level

This newly renovated condo in Boston’s Jamaica Plain neighborhood takes open concept living to a whole new level.

Chicago Association of Realtors hosts panels for Women’s History Month
Chicago Association of Realtors hosts panels for Women’s History Month

In an industry where women outnumber men almost two to one, there’s still work to be done, according to three of Chicagoland’s top women broker-owners at a forum held by the Chicago Association of Realtors in recognition of Women’s History Month.

S&P Case-Shiller: Chicago home prices continue to climb
S&P Case-Shiller: Chicago home prices continue to climb

Home prices posted monthly and yearly gains in January across the U.S. as well, according to the S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller Indices.

Interest in tiny homes grows as popularity rises
Interest in tiny homes grows as popularity rises

While pandemic headlines had many leaving cities and moving to the suburbs or looking for additional space in their current home, interest in tiny homes was little remarked upon.

Steve Genyk Group joins Dream Town Realty
Steve Genyk Group joins Dream Town Realty

Genyk, who is a founding member of @properties, was the top sales agent in the River North area in 2020.

NAR: ‘Don’t panic, keep contracting’
NAR: ‘Don’t panic, keep contracting’

The National Association of Realtors sends a message to members that it is working to ensure that the proposed Protecting the Right to Organize Act will not hurt their status as independent contractors.

New home sales slide nationwide
New home sales slide nationwide

Much of the year-over-year increase in home sales was supported by continued robust activity in the Southeast, which saw a 20.2% rise to an annual rate of 458,000 transactions.

Evanston approves reparations for housing discrimination
Evanston approves reparations for housing discrimination

“This historic vote is the culmination of nearly two years of community input, conversation, and hard work, but it follows decades of harmful policies and practices that impact Black Evanston families to this day.” — 5th Ward Ald. Robin Rue Simmons

Ending 1031s hurts land conservation, farmers
Ending 1031s hurts land conservation, farmers

The land conservation and farming communities need to come together and let Congress know how vital the like-kind exchange is to the future of our land and that it must continue.

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