Buying and selling A home in Chicago involves a multitude of components
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Closing costs assocated with selling a home in the city of Chicago
Closing costs associated with buying a home in the city of Chicago
With property taxes rising, it is important that you take advantage of everything that may be available to you in 2017.
Home inspections will vary depending on the type of property.
A home's electrical service is a critical componant of both performace and safety.
Split faced block is once again being used in new residential construction and you should know the pros and cons.
Significant tax savings may available to home owners of historic homes that are doing renovations.
Buyers and homeowners of brick homes, should know the difference between clay & cement bricks.
The Federal Historic Preservation Tax Incentive Program can offer a significant tax deuction for those homes that qualify.
Selecting baseboard molding for your home is a great way to give the space a clean and finished appearance.
Ventless fireplaces have become very popular in Chicago condominiums and single family homes. They allow the addition of fireplaces to almost any room in the house without costly chimneys and venting.
Oversimplified statements, analysis and claims about the real estate market are very common. Do your homework to get a true picture.
Extensive renovations to begin soon on The Theater On The Lake
Developers broke ground this week on the first of several mega real estate development projects coming to the south and north sides of Chicago in the near future.