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    2018 Real Estate Market Predictions

    What will 2018 bring to our housing market? How will the tax reform impact the housing market? Many experts have been weighing in, and I've shared a lot of those articles below as I think they are important to read. Of course, everyone h...

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    1st Quarter 2017 Market Recap and Forecast

    The first quarter of 2017 in Chicago was robust, with gains made across our 3 main property types - single family homes, condos/townhomes & 2-4 Units.  Let's review the data! Not only did we see growth in the number of homes closed &...

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    Chicago Mid Year Market Report

    We're halfway through 2015 and taking a look at the numbers to see how Chicago is faring in sales as compared to 2014. Overall, the market is quite stable and appreciating, but that isn't true for every submarket (neighborhood, property type...

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    Chicago’s Hottest ‘Hood

    Redfin released it's Top 10 hottest neighborhoods....and how about that, Andersonville made the top 10 list. In the USA. Read more about it here!

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    A Thank You Letter to Doug Sohn and Hot Doug’s

    Chicago is abuzz with the closing of our beloved Hot Doug's, and while most of my posts here center around real estate (don't worry, this does too, in a way), I've been thinking about why I will miss Hot Doug's. Let's be clear, first though:...

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    Bye Bye River North HoJo?

    This news made me a little nostalgic, for who doesn't love the 1960s era Howard Johnson motel smack dab in the middle of River North? But alas, my friends, development always seems to come for ye olde structures like the Ho Jo....and yesterday'...

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    Chicago River Walk Expansion

    An interesting report today on Curbed.com...Chicago is looking to extend its riverwalk. Reading through this report, the part that catches my eye is the area that would be known as "The Swimming Hole". It appears our mayor still thinks that at ...

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