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The past week or so has not been a public relations dream for the Real Estate community. News organizations have focused on a recent national drop in existing sales from the last trackable month (July 2010 versus June 2010) which led to, among other things, a brief slip in the stock market and mo...
Recently Trulia hosted a semi-annual conference call reporting their findings on a recent "Trulia American Dream" survey administered to a random sampling of renters and homeowners. The purpose of the survey was to glean insights into consumers' mentality in terms of how they are looking at housi...
As reported in today's Naperville Sun, downtown Naperville is inching closer to approving a new project that will boast either condominiums, a hotel, or some combination of the two. Kathy West, attorney for M.P. Water Street District LLC, the petitioner, said the project will be an attractive add...
According to yesterday's news release published by the Illinois Association of Realtors, "Illinois home sales (which include single-family homes and condominiums) totaled 35,628 in the second quarter, up 27.7 percent from 27,890 home sales in the same period a year ago. The last quarter when sale...
Michael G. Connelly, the Illinois State Representative for the 48th District, recently sent a note to local Realtors notifying them about specific legislation that was recently passed by the Illinois General Assembly. Discussing one billl in particular, Senate Bill 3739, Rep. Connelly writes "(Se...
Now that we're into August, some agents like myself are able to dive into July's sales data and try to glean interesting statistical nuggets to try and see what it all means. In looking at the past 24 months, median and average sales price is still down anywhere from six to nine percent. This is ...

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