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Rethinking real estate in a red hot (and uncertain) market

Top brokers give their take on a rapidly changing landscape

by Chicago Agent

The past 18 months brought ups and downs to the housing market throughout Chicago and the city’s suburbs. With pandemic restrictions lifted and COVID-19 cases at lows not seen since last spring, agents and clients are still dealing with a lengthy inventory shortage and high demand that pushed prices up in many markets. Connie Antoniou, vice president of sales at Jameson Sotheby’s International Realty in Barrington, says the shifting market brought renewed interest in homes along the Northwest corridor. “I learned many years ago that when one door closes, another door opens,” Antoniou notes. “That’s what we’ve seen here with this pandemic." Read more from the issue here.
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