December 2016

Found 3 blog entries for December 2016.

As the calendars turn and the clocks tick towards a new calendar year, it's time to take stock of what you accomplished in the previous year, what has changed, what has stayed the same, and most importantly, what you plan to accomplish in the New Year!

Accordingly, here are our real estate team's New Year's resolutions for 2017. What goals are you hoping to accomplish in the new year?

Aim For The Skies. With Vista and other new construction skyscrapers rising a little bit higher every day now, things are looking up on the Chicago real estate market. Literally!

Check Out A New Chicago-centric activity every week. There are so many amazing things to do in Chicago that we're spoiled for choice - and while there's nothing wrong with revisiting

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There are so many reasons that we love spending winters in Chicago - and yes, we really do in spite of, or sometimes because of - the snow, ice, and wintry weather. However, one of the biggest reasons why winter in the Windy City is so amazing the way that Chicago celebrates the holidays - the city really lights itself up for Christmas, Hanukkah, New Year's and the other seasonal holidays.

And we mean lighting up in the literal sense! With holiday colors brightening up buildings from the large (the Merchandise Mart's football-field sized city block is covered in red and green lights) to small (every neighborhood features single family homes festooned in lights and tinsel), Chicago becomes a true winter wonderland. Even condo owners often get in on

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When you're looking for a new piece of real estate, there are many things to consider as you search - and even more questions to answer before you buy! And while certain aspects of the search and the subsequent purchase are identical no matter what type of property you are looking for, there are many nuances to consider that vary depending on whether you're searching for a long-term home, a short-term place to live, or an investment property.

A Question of Space. This might be the most important aspect of your new property to consider if you're planning on calling it home for a number of years. How much space do you really need to be comfortable - and how much space is truly ideal? This depends not only on your own preferences, but on the current

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