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Loving Chicago Neighborhoods: Old Town Sizzles

Old Town is smokin’ hot. This is according to the website Realtor.com, which in 2013 named Old Town the country’s hottest place to live. Old Town scored the most zip code searches on the site largely because of its picturesque architecture, and chic, urban retail and dining. Upscale boutiques and restaurants line Wells Street. Locals […]

Loving Chicago Neighborhoods: Spotlight on Lakeview Arts

February is the month for love. So for the next few weeks, we’re going to highlight what home buyers and sellers love about some of Chicago’s most attractive neighborhoods. Lakeview’s arts scene steals the show and a lot of hearts, too. If you live in Lakeview, you don’t have to travel to the Loop for […]

Do Sellers Wait to List Until After the Super Bowl?

In 2 different conversations yesterday, I had clients ask me if it was true that they would see a significant amount of new inventory hit the market after the Super Bowl. It’s always been the tale that the official start to the spring market was somewhere around that date. Honestly, I didn’t have a good […]

2010 In Review – Old Town Condos

In my years 13 years of practicing real estate, Old Town is an area that I have marketed and sold over 80 units last count. The area that I’m reviewing today is a sub segment of  Old Town. A 4 block radius just south of North avenue including the streets of Mohawk, Cleveland, Hudson, Sedgwick, […]

Walmart in Lakeview?

According to Inside-Booster, a local neighborhood paper, Walmart is pursuing a development for a scaled down store in the Broadway on Surf building off the intersection of Clark, Broadway and Diversey. The store would be about a 1/4 of the size of a suburban store and focus primarily on grocery products.  As you can imagine, […]