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Living 6 1 copy
$460,000
2 br, 2.1 ba
Welcome home to this bright open home with 2 master suites, and 2 outdoor spa...

Living 6 1 copy
$2,600
2 br, 2.1 ba
Wonderful home with 2 master suites, 1 huge balcony off of kitchen and roofto...

Living 4
$1,550
1 br, 1 ba
This is an extremely put together 1 bedroom condo in a fantastic building on ...

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By Noah Seidenberg, Chicago-land and its Suburbs (800) 858-7917
(Coldwell Banker)
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People who read this blog know I love Chicago's PBS station WTTW and Ask Geoffrey a segment of the Chicago Tonight program. On the edge of downtown Chicago was the old main post office. It is no longer in use but the building is quite interesting. This, a question about the 1950's at Midway Airpo...
By Noah Seidenberg, Chicago-land and its Suburbs (800) 858-7917
(Coldwell Banker)
Comments 27
Today when showing a buyer client high rise property in the Lakeview area of Chicago I took a few photos. Most often people take photographs to the South and to show the downtown skyline. This was taken to the North and shows the end of Lake Shore Drive, It was in the high 20's today but very cle...
By Terri Buseman, Downtown Chicago
(RE/MAX Premier Properties)
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One of the best things about life in Downtown Chicago is the great variety of activities to choose from. Valentine's Day is coming up soon, so we've pulled together a few local date ideas - aside from a romantic dinner. Have a Laugh......with Stage 773 at their sketch comedy show Cupid Has a Hear...
By William Piotrowski
(Diamond Residential Mortgage Corporation )
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By William Piotrowski
(Diamond Residential Mortgage Corporation )
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    Today's funny 😂😂😂😂😂 10 Reasons Why Real Estate Agents Smoke Weed 1) Because it makes searching the MLS a hell of a lot more interesting. Get high and do a map search on the coast of Malibu from $10-30 million and get yourself excited about the listings you know you will never get. 2) Because...
By Terri Buseman, Downtown Chicago
(RE/MAX Premier Properties)
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   In the video above we talk a little about TRID, the new regulation that will make the process at the closing table run smoother and faster! Our friend, Brandon Poulos, from Neighborhood Loans has written a detailed blog post about what TRID is and what you can expect at your next closing. Plea...
By Terri Buseman, Downtown Chicago
(RE/MAX Premier Properties)
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Anyone who spends time along Wabash just north of Roosevelt has probably seen the signs since summer of the South Loop's newest BBQ spot, Belly Up. Finally open earlier this week, we couldn't wait to try the food!We sat at the bar, which is located at the back of the restaurant. Country music pla...
By Karen Winters, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff, Chicago, IL
(Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Koenig Rubloff Realty Group - Chicago, IL)
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  The Franklin Building at 720 S Dearborn dates back to when this stretch of Dearborn Street, became known as Printers Row for the many publishing houses that lined the street. The 14 story building was built in 1916 by the Franklin Printing Company. It housed printing presses until 1983. Between...
By William Piotrowski
(Diamond Residential Mortgage Corporation )
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By Karen Winters, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff, Chicago, IL
(Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Koenig Rubloff Realty Group - Chicago, IL)
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 The Terraces at 801 S Plymouth Court sits at the entrance of Dearborn Park in the heart of the South Loop. The Condominium/Townhome complex gets it's name from it's distinct stair-stepped terraces on the corner units of the condominium tower. Built in 1983, the complex is comprised of the 11-sto...
By William Piotrowski
(Diamond Residential Mortgage Corporation )
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  With many Millennials entering the housing market this year, it’s likely they might need an extra push with that huge pile of school loans they graduated with.The most expensive part of buying a home is often the down payment, and if you want your child to move out of your basement, you might w...
By Karen Winters, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff, Chicago, IL
(Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Koenig Rubloff Realty Group - Chicago, IL)
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As mentioned in my Market Report on the Printer's Row/Dearborn Park area,  the South Loop has grown into a vibrant community and is home to several subdivisions.  At the southern tip of the South Loop, in the 60616 zip code, is The Prairie District. Towards the end of the 19th century, this was h...
By Karen Winters, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff, Chicago, IL
(Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Koenig Rubloff Realty Group - Chicago, IL)
Comments 2
The South Loop  got it's start in 1977, with the development of Dearborn Park. For decades, the South Loop was pretty much synonymous with Dearborn Park and Printers Row. Over the years the South Loop has expanded to include several neighborhoods and two zip codes, (60605 and 60616). The north en...
By Jack Lewitz
(IL Real Estate Specialists)
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You may ask what does chocolate have to do with real estate ? And my response would be " everything".Let me explain. This year I wanted to support local entrepreneurs as part of my real estate business and began searching for businesses I could support on Kiva a micro lending site . It was on Kiv...
By Noah Seidenberg, Chicago-land and its Suburbs (800) 858-7917
(Coldwell Banker)
Comments 17
When I was a young lad I lived in Chicago's South Shore. I have fond memories of the many friends I had during the 60's and how cool the South side was. Things changed and many people moved North. This segment WTTW (our PBS) station's Ask Geoffrey deals with a new planned community on the site of...
By Jack Lewitz
(IL Real Estate Specialists)
Comments 1
  I think Rahm forgot to Read Mike Royko's book " The Boss".  Because things are getting real ugly here in Chicago. Last week Rahm was in Washington, DC attending a Mayor's Conference and while away Governor Rauner starts saying the State is going to take over control of City Schools through banc...
By Jack Lewitz
(IL Real Estate Specialists)
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Chicago is often referred to as the City of Neighborhoods and one of those neighborhoods is Lincoln Park whose boundaries are North Ave (S), Diversey Ave (N), Lake Michigan (E) and Clybourn Ave (W).Today Lincoln Park is one of the most expensive neighborhoods in the City and home to one of the la...
By Noah Seidenberg, Chicago-land and its Suburbs (800) 858-7917
(Coldwell Banker)
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The Rogers Park Chicago Real Estate market report for January 2016 is out. Stats show 18.5% less new listings for all properties during December of 2015 as compared to the same period in 2014. We have 2.6% less closed sales of all properties and 1.3% less inventory of all homes, that is a combina...
By Alan May, Evanston & Northshore of Chicago real estate
(Coldwell Banker Residential)
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In today's Chicagoland market, it's cheaper to own, than it is to rent.With that knowledge there's a Chicago developer who has offered to buy an iconic 448-unit condo called River City for $86 million dollars, and wants to de-convert the building to rentals.Mark Realty Capital has sent an offer t...
By Karen Winters, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff, Chicago, IL
(Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Koenig Rubloff Realty Group - Chicago, IL)
Comments 4
Did you know where the Ferris Wheel got it's name? I didn't and I live in the birthplace of the Ferris Wheel. Yes, that's right! The world famous Ferris Wheel got it's start right here in Chicago at the 1893 Columbian World Exposition thanks to George Washington Gale Ferris. For the last 20 years...

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