Real Estate


Top 10 Real Estate Buyers' Markets

Chicago, Milwaukee and Cleveland lead the list of Zillow's top real estate buyers' markets, with homes in those metropolitan areas taking longer to sell and buyers receiving an average discount of 5 percent off asking prices.

Prime Property Investors to Sell Rental Property Investment Deer Valley Luxury Apartment Homes

One hundred percent leased 224-unit complex located in affluent Lake Bluff, Ill will make an excellent rental property investment. Chicago, IL (PRWEB) May 17, 2012

@properties Brokers West Loop Commercial Real Estate Deal for First FIAT Showroom in Downtown Chicago

Chicago, IL (PRWEB) April 03, 2012 A west-suburban-based auto dealer will open the first FIAT showroom in downtown Chicago after signing a 10-year retail lease for 12,900 square feet of West Loop commercial real estate.

County error sends condo owner's property tax bill soaring

Assessment soars 300 percent, to $834,770 from $209,444, due to 'transcription' glitch It doesn't take a rocket scientist, or a real estate agent, to know property values aren't exactly soaring in today's troubled housing market.

Real estate developer sells condo in The Sterling

Shania Sampson Sun Times Media 09.10.2010
Real Estate Investment Firm KTC Properties and Golub & Company Purchase Office Building in Chicago

A Chicago based real estate investment firm, KTC Properties, with Golub & Company have purchased a Class A office building located at 225 West Washington Street in downtown Chicago. The building is over 480,000 square feet and currently has 85 percent of the property leased.

Real estate developer sells condo in The Sterling

Nicholas V. Gouletas sold a condo at 345 N. La Salle St. Unit #4705 in River North to Edward Heil III, for $885,000 on Sept. 13.

Why you should ask for lower rent

Amy Hoak Market Watch 19.08.2009
Chicago renters, condo buyers could get protections

Renters and condominium buyers in Chicago would get more protection from developers under a plan unveiled Thursday by Mayor Richard Daley, who acknowledged that it comes too late to protect people who had problems during the real estate boom that preceded the recession.

Why you should ask for lower rent

CHICAGO - It isn't easy to build up the nerve to ask your landlord for a reduction in rent. But these days having the gumption to renegotiate a lease is paying off as landlords struggle to find and keep tenants with good credit and a history of paying on time.

Second home, second thoughts

H. Lee Murphy Chicago Business 14.07.2009

Chicago housing prices drop even faster

Mary Ellen Podmolik Tribune reporter 14.07.2009
Second home, second thoughts

You can get away to your summer home in Harbor Country, but you can't escape the depressed real estate market.

Chicago housing prices drop even faster

It's the middle of July, and home sellers are starting to feel the pressure. Elmwood Park resident Dan Gongola is among them. A month ago, he listed his gutted and rehabbed five-bedroom, four-bath octagonal bungalow for $549,900, almost $25,000 higher than his real estate agent advised. "I said maybe I'd get lucky," he said.

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