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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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September 10-12 AND October 8-10, 2019 (6 days total) Instructor: Mary Herrold Increase your effectiveness...

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2019 proved to be the year that the weather curse was finally broken! We couldn't have asked for a better...

source: CAA

While rent control legislation was defeated in a House subcommittee earlier this year, advocates continue...

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The Cook County Board of Commissioners voted to pass the Just Housing Ordinance on April 25th with an effective date of Oct. 25, 2019. CAA has been actively engaged in the Rules-making process for the JHO which is overseen by...

source: CAA

On July 22nd, CAA hosted a policy discussion with Chairman Harry Osterman (48th Ward) and members of City Council's Committee on Housing and Real Estate. CAA engaged in a dialogue on affordable housing and other issues Aldermen are facing in their wards. We presented CAA's...

source: CAA

The hulking, red brick John Lothrop Motley School originally opened in West Town in 1884, helping to serve the influx of immigrants coming to the neighborhood. It was later known as Near North Elementary and served exclusively...

source: Block Club Chicago

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