June-2016-newsletter
At @properties, we’re constantly evolving and innovating in order to provide you with the ultimate real estate experience. I’m excited to announce the launch of my new mobile app, which allows you to instantly access new listings, search for nearby open houses, save searches and favorite properties, and more while […]

June 2016 Newsletter   Recently updated !


808 Wells
Schedule a private tour of these new luxury residences from Smithfield in the River North neighborhood. 1560-5000 SF prices from $935,000 to 4.3 M. Please fill out the contact form at the bottom if you would like more information about this development.  

808 Wells


Dec 2011 Residential real estate statistics (detached, attached, multiunit)
For residential properties, inventory throughout the city is low, with sales and under contract properties on the rise. With all three categories, detached, attached and multi-units seeing a months supply of inventory at about three months, properties are moving off the market quickly as demand in key markets pick up. […]

Monthly Statistics   Recently updated !




Chicago Recycling
There is still ongoing confusion as to how Chicagoans recycle, and what items can or can’t be thrown into the blue bins. In some instances, one simple item, like a greasy pizza box or plastic bags, will cause the entire contents of the blue bin to be labeled as trash […]

Blue Bins





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Millennials, those between the ages of 18 and 35, make up the largest generation in American history. That means they have the potential to influence everything from elections to technology to housing.

March Newsletter


Concept for a bedroom with nature inside
A proposed ordinance filed this week by Aldermen Joe Moore, 49th, and Ameya Pawar, 47th, and backed by Mayor Rahm Emanuel, for anyone who rents their living space for up to 90 days a year would have to register with the city. Described as “a free and simple online process” […]

Changes for Airbnb hosts



Smart meter
The Illinois Commerce Commission has just approved a $67 million rate decrease, $17 million more than the $50 million decrease ComEd proposed. Because of the Energy Infrastructure Modernization Act (EIMA) or smart grid law, a 2011 statue that guarantees utilities a return each, has allow ComEd to secure more than […]

ComEd Delivery Rates Set to Fall


Burns-Beyerl-Architects
[Crain’s] Decks atop garages were once essentially a given in every single-family home from Old Town to Lakeview on the market for upward of $1 million. Most buyers expect the decks, which help increase the living space on tight city lots, says Dennis Dooley, vice president and managing broker at […]

It’s now harder to get that garage-top deck approved