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Buying or selling your home is a big step that’s often emotionally challenging. Trying to do it during a pandemic can feel even more daunting. However, despite the fluctuations in different markets, real estate has been resilient – buying real estate and selling real estate are both active. Or, a...
We have all been spending a lot more time at home lately, navigating a “new normal” from inside four walls. This time has given me a chance to think and reflect upon the meaning of the home. For me, a home extends much further than a financial asset or a roof over my head – it is a mindset that c...
In 2017, Wicker Park was named one of the 25 hottest neighborhoods in America by Hot Spot Rentals. Since then, it’s only continued to impress as one of the most vibrant communities in Chicago. While it received this accolade based on things like walkability, transit, budget, entertainment, and li...
1330 S. Plymouth Ct. $1,289,000 1330 S Plymouth has a fantastic layout. Three levels of comfortable living. In addition to the 5 bedrooms, 3 ½ baths, and 4 fireplaces, there are many features that most homes do not enjoy. For instance, upon entering the home, the front door/ample porch is covere...
2020 – a new decade and a fresh start! New Year’s resolutions have been made around the world for thousands of years and unfortunately for most of the time, few of us are successful in achieving our goals. One of the main reasons for this is that we set unrealistic goals with vague outcomes. Chan...
The holidays are officially upon us.  Congratulations on surviving the excitement of Thanksgiving and the madness of Black Friday. But, we’ve still got weeks to go! For some, the stress of parties, gift-giving, and decorating will begin to overshadow the true meaning of the season. If you’re look...
Winter is coming! And, with the recent drops in temperature and early snowfall, there’s no more avoiding it. It’s time to get prepared! Buying and selling real estate in Chicago and the South Loop doesn’t stop just because the season changes. It’s important to keep up with the maintenance of your...
Say it isn’t so. Summer is coming to an end. While Labor Day typically signals the beginning of fall, we actually have a few more weeks to enjoy summer temps and maybe a few sultry evenings. Fall doesn’t officially begin till Sept. 23. So look away when you see the Halloween and Christmas decorat...
 Once a small hidden gem, the South Loop slowly gained notoriety for its great access to Chicago’s cultural attractions. Before that though, it had a reputation of a different nature – parts of the area were considered a skid row and undesirable. While early residents lamented about the lack of g...
If you can’t count on the weather to tell you it’s summer in Chicago, the next best sign is the beginning of the festival season!  While June hosts a number of events, July is really where it all begins. And, if we’re lucky, we can finally put away the winter gear!  From the Taste of Chicago and ...

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