City Publishes Problem Landlords List

The City of Chicago’s Building Department has published its first “problem landlords” list on its website. The city plans to

New MLS Area Change

By the first week in February, the North Shore-Barrington Association of REALTORS® will complete its change of Bannockburn, Deerfield and

City of Chicago’s Analysis of Impediments of Fair Housing Choice (AI) survey

The City of Chicago is conducting an Analysis of Impediments of Fair Housing Choice (AI) as part of its 2015-2019 Consolidated Planning process. The AI is a requirement of the […]

Lender Sentiment Strong in 2015

Major lending growth is expected as we head into the spring home-buying season, according to Fannie Mae’s Lender Sentiment Survey. No lenders are reporting plans to downsize or exit their […]

Why Shipping Container Homes are Growing in Popularity

Shipping container homes are growing in popularity in both urban and rural areas as a way to offer a fast, green and sustainable approach to building. REALTOR® University recently suggested […]

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Chicago REALTOR® Magazine

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CREC/CCIM Event: Top Commercial Trends for 2015

Strong GDP growth, continued employment recovery and suburban companies relocating to Chicago’s central business district will help shape the commercial real estate market in 2015. About 150 members attended a […]

Keep it Simple: Greater Value for Small Projects

Simpler, lower-cost projects actually return greater value on average. The 2015 Remodeling Cost vs. Value Report also found some types of larger projects can offer a decent payback down the […]

What’s Your Learning Style?

Are you a visual learner? Or do you learn better by listening? Understanding how your brain works can help you learn more effectively. One of the most common and widely […]

New $250 YPN Scholarship Available

If you are starting out in your real estate career, you may qualify for up to $250 in scholarship proceeds to pursue your career goal. The new Young Professionals Network […]

Aldermen Delay ARO Decision

Chicago officials on Wednesday (Jan. 21) deferred a proposed ordinance that would increase the supply of affordable units in condominium and apartment developments and increase developer fees. Chicago Budget Committee Chairman […]

Top Commercial Trends: Urban Land Institute

REALTOR® market lending conditions are exhibiting signs of recovery. The Urban Land Institute recently reported the commercial real estate landscape looks bright, and explained why. Whether you are a sole […]