Chicago Real Estate Reports
Normally, the spring season brings a flood of new homes for sale with inventory spiking 62 percent.
The city ranked ninth-last among 53 major metros when it came to new housing per capita in 2019.
The effects of COVID-19 on homebuying and selling are uncertain. "Time will tell," says one Chicago realtor.
Ravenswood and Bucktown are early favorites in 2020, according to a Domu report.
Local drivers wasted an average of 145 hours in traffic last year.
Are rental assistance programs helping Chicagoans at all?
A report looks at how many hours Chicagoans have to work each month to afford rent.
Here’s why the "winter lull" may be a thing of the past.
Property taxes in Chicago really add up.
Expanding post-incarceration resources will help create stronger neighborhoods
More than half of Chicago renters are severely burdened by the cost of housing
The price difference between downtown and the rest of Chicago is the highest of any major city in the nation.
A new study explores the financial impact of the most popular apartment features.
Meanwhile many South Side homeowners are still seriously underwater on their mortgages.
Vacancy in the Chicago region is back on the rise but retail on the North Side remains relatively strong.
A new report suggests that the average monthly rent for a Chicago two-bedroom apartment has increased to $2,254.
The desirable North Side neighborhood has accounted for just a tiny fraction of Chicago’s current apartment boom.
The sales of homes priced above $1 million has surged across the north side neighborhood in recent years.
Combined, the pricey downtown properties feature 1,150 high-end rental units.
Apartment search site Domu crunched April listing numbers to provide a portrait of the rental landscape
Dozens of units are currently for sale in the upscale condo tower.
The Chicago metro region witnessed 350 corporate expansions and relocations in 2016.
Developers are knocking down more buildings in these two neighborhoods than anywhere else in Chicago.
Illinois has lost more residents than any other state in 2016.
While convenience to public transportation is a well-established selling point, a new report explores its real monetary value in Chicago and other US cities.
According to a recent report, you’re getting decent value in Chicago, especially if you work in finance. Read on to see why.
The wealthy North Shore suburb had a median sale price of over $1 million in 2016.
The Illinois Association of Realtors has asked its members to participate in the debate on rent control.
With Chicago home sales up 9.3 percent from the same month one year prior, the Windy City’s residential real estate market in January was equally as hot as the unseasonably balmy weather.
Compared to other major US and global cities, Chicago places solidly in the middle when it comes to rent prices.
Last year was undoubtedly an encouraging time for downtown commercial real estate as office vacancy hit its lowest level in roughly 16 years. But will the good times continue in 2017?
Thanks to a record 3,830 new apartment units will being delivered to downtown Chicago this year and an additional 4,500 and 4,200 in the respective pipelines for 2017 and 2018, many real estate experts predict leaner years ahead for landlords.
Mortgage interest rates are expected to climb while the inventory of available homes is expected to continue decreasing into next year.
It’s not exactly cheap to buy a home in Chicago, but the Windy City is more affordable than other major metros
Recently released numbers by Airbnb show that bar owners, ticket scalpers, and t-shirt vendors weren’t the only Chicagoans benefitting financially from the Cubs’ first World Series appearance in over 70 years.