In the latest S&P/Case-Shiller report tracking home price growth, the Chicago region was, once again, near the bottom among the list of major U.S. cities.
With single-family home values up 3.3% year over year in June, Chicago ranked #19 on the 20-city index, ahead of only Washington D.C. But we’re not concerned about the numbers – and here’s why.
Crain’s Chicago Business recently published an article about market share in Chicago real estate — and how one city firm has more market share than the next two firms combined.
Yes, that firm is @properties.
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The supply of homes for sale continues to be tight in many Chicago neighborhoods. For buyers, that means increased competition, and in some cases, bidding wars.
If you’re thinking about buying a home in an area where properties are selling quickly, here are five things to consider: