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Housing Still Searching for the Sweet Spot

Housing activity flip-flopped in March, with sales of existing homes plunging while the market for new homes heated up. Declining home prices and mortgage rates helped to lure buyers, especially at the lower end of the price scale, but there was not enough low-priced inventory...

source: By Michael J. Berens
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Congratulations to the following individuals who have earned a credential from the National Apartment Association...


CAA Executive Vice President Mike Mini testified in opposition of the “Fair Work Week” Ordinance...

source: CAA

Over 100 pieces of legislation were introduced during this session which impacted CAA members. CAA was successful on measures including emotional support animals, sealed eviction records, rent control, affordable housing during...

source: CAA

Waterton has received a $171.2 million loan for the refinancing of North Harbor Tower in Chicago’s Lakeshore East neighborhood. The 600-unit apartment building is located at 175 N. Harbor Drive adjacent to the six-acre...

source: REBusinessOnline

The owner of McClurg Court, the second-largest apartment complex in downtown Chicago, is seeking a buyer for the Streeterville property with a simple pitch; It’s an affordable rental option in a market crowded with new high-end buildings. The manager of the Multi-Employer...

source: Crain's Chicago Business

Lodge Financial recently closed $2.56 million in loans for two Chicago properties. The buildings are both multifamily properties, one in the North Side neighborhood of West Ridge and the other on the South Side in Bronzeville. In...

source: RE Journals


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