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  • Nik Patel case heats up: Illinois fund objects to Greenberg Traurig fees

    Nik Patel case heats up: Illinois fund objects to Greenberg Traurig fees
    A battle is brewing over how funds recovered in the Nik Patel fraud case are being paid out. The Illinois Metropolitan Investment Fund is objecting to $562,761 recently paid to one of the law firms working on the case, Greenberg Traurig. The fund is...
  • New Realtor Association Head Got Start At Age 16 In Family Office

    New Realtor Association Head Got Start At Age 16 In Family Office
    MERIDEN — Going off to college in the 1970s, Sandy Maier Schede was sure she'd be a teacher, even going so far as earning an education degree. But she wouldn't end up exposing students to new ideas. Instead, she would make a career of showing...
  • Sisters Of Ashford's Mount Caritas Have A Secret

    Sisters Of Ashford's Mount Caritas Have A Secret
    The yipping of tiny dogs and the braying of an old donkey are often the only sounds emanating from the wooded hills of Our Lady of Mount Caritas Benedictine Monastery in Ashford, where the Rev. Mother Mary Peter and Sister Francesca, in full habits with...
  • Dawn Clark Netsch's home sells for $1.65 million

    Dawn Clark Netsch's home sells for $1.65 million
    The two-bedroom, 2,964-square-foot contemporary-style house in Old Town that was the longtime home of Dawn Clark Netsch, the late attorney and onetime Illinois state senator, state comptroller and 1994 gubernatorial candidate, sold late last month for $1....
  • Residents can drink alcohol at association events

    Residents can drink alcohol at association events
    Q: I live in a relatively new condominium association, and the association and its board are just getting their feet under them. Recently, we had a meet-the-candidates forum for our upcoming annual election, and the election itself. In both meetings, some...
  • Extra association fees were not disclosed at closing

    Q: My husband and I recently bought our first home, which was a HUD foreclosure. Prior to closing, we were aware that there was a homeowners association with past fees and dues that had not been paid. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development...
  • More retail, restaurants may be a hard sell in downtown plan

    More retail, restaurants may be a hard sell in downtown plan
    Village officials are trying to envision something big: What will downtown Lake Zurich look like 20 years from now? The vision hasn't been updated since 2010, before Barrington-based developer Equity Services Group failed to deliver on its promise to...
  • Moving on: What to keep in mind before listing your home

    Selling a house might be a time of joy or one of pain. Then again, it might be a matter of business, pure and simple. Real estate agents, though they know from frequent experience the emotional power that homes can exert on sellers, are inclined to...
  • Aurora, private company will share Elks property

    Some 20 years ago, there still was a gas station on the northwest corner of Stolp Avenue and Benton Street in downtown Aurora. It might be hard to believe for younger or newer Aurora residents, because any obvious vestige of the gas station is long gone,...
  • Owner financing might complicate planned 1031 exchange

    Q: I am selling commercial real estate that is in an LLC, and the buyer wants owner financing. I'm willing to do that. My question revolves around the considerable gain I will have on this sale. I would like to do a tax-deferred exchange, but since I...
  • Official handling Ocean View schools' asbestos cleanup put on leave

    Official handling Ocean View schools' asbestos cleanup put on leave
    The Ocean View School District, reeling after three schools were temporarily closed over asbestos concerns, took steps Tuesday night to avert possible insolvency, even as trustees faced a storm of criticism for placing the administrator handling the...