Governor Pritzker Extends Eviction Moratorium Until January 9

Governor Pritzker announced on Friday, December 11 that the eviction moratorium would be extended another month until January 9, 2021.

What You Need to Know About Governor Pritzker’s Latest Executive Order Regarding Residential Evictions

UPDATE February 10, 2021: On February 5, executive order 2020-72 was re-issued and extended until March 6, 2021. On Friday,

New Guest Restrictions for Chicago Apartment Residents

The city of Chicago has placed a six guest per unit restriction on all residential apartments in the city. This restriction was reinstated on Friday, July 24, as part of […]

YPN Real Estate Investing Boot Camp Takeaways

The brilliant minds of YPN joined forces with the minds of CommercialForum to offer an event themed around real estate investing. From basic jargon to potential investing possibilities to client […]

Marijuana + Property Management: The Info + Resources You Need

As of January 1, 2020, recreational consumption, possession, and sales of cannabis products are legal in Illinois for people over the age of 21. Illinois is the 11th state in […]

Chicago REALTOR® Magazine

Chicago REALTOR® Magazine

Chicago REALTOR® Magazine is the only glossy, 4-color publication that covers the entire residential real estate market in Chicagoland.

How to Stand Out as a Property Manager

We sat down with Chris Pezza, Miller Chicago LLC, and picked his brain on property management tips for beginners and veterans alike. He’s a tried-and-true property manager with so many […]

Tools to Help Property Managers Reach Full Capacity

REALTORS® aren’t just in the business of buying and selling homes; some are also in the business of managing properties. Like a REALTOR®, a property manager’s job never ends, and […]

To Avoid a CRLTO Violation, 48 Hours’ Notice Required to Show a Rental Unit

MRED has received multiple complaints from CAR members regarding an inability to show rental units requested from a cooperating brokerage within a 48-hour time frame. It is imperative landlords in […]

Changes to Chicago Electrical Code

The Department of Buildings will begin to enforce the new electrical code and smoke and carbon monoxide detection requirements. The updated requirements, which were adopted by the city council last […]

Thank you for your Action on ADA Reform!

THANK YOU FOR YOUR ACTION! We are pleased to report the ADA Education and Reform Act, HR 620, was approved by a bipartisan vote in the U.S. House of Representatives […]

How to Work with the Building and Zoning Departments

Understanding the City of Chicago’s Building and Zoning Departments’ protocols is an important skill set for Chicago REALTORS® looking to work with commercial clients and investors. While there is no […]