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  • Real estate broker @properties opening Oak Park office

    Come May, there'll be a new kid on the block selling real estate in the Oak Park area. Looking to "fill the gap" between Elmhurst and Chicago, @properties will open an office at 1011 South Blvd. in mid-May. "We'll cover all of Oak Park, Forest Park,...
  • Historic snows causing headaches for real estate industry

    All that snow in New England may make your property look as pretty as a calendar shot, but it won't do you any favors if you're trying to buy or sell a house. The storms that have dropped an epic 8 feet of snow are causing grief for the real estate...
  • 'The Americans' recap: KGB targets troubled CIA agent

    'The Americans' recap: KGB targets troubled CIA agent
    KGB spies Philip (Matthew Rhys) and Elizabeth Jennings (Keri Russell) target a CIA agent beset with marital and financial problems on “Open House,” Episode 303 of “The Americans” on FX. It’s the early 1980s and the KGB is...
  • Foreclosures surge in Southern California, but for how long?

    Foreclosures surge in Southern California, but for how long?
    Foreclosures in Southern California hit their highest level in two years in January, according to new data out Thursday. But market-watchers say it's more a matter of lenders clearing their books than a new wave of bad loans. The number of homes...
  • In a case featuring a hit man and a Stradivarius, a priest pleads guilty as trial was to start

    A plot twist in a legal drama featuring a mobster and a violin played out Wednesday when a prison chaplain announced in court minutes before his trial was to start that he was guilty of trying to help an imprisoned mob hit man recover a hidden...
  • Auctions bidding for luxury home sales market

    Auctions bidding for luxury home sales market
    Phil Chiricotti had his Burr Ridge home on the market for three years, using four different Realtors over that time. Then he changed gears and sold his home in one month's time. The difference? He put the home up for auction. While the home never made...
  • Zillow book debunks common real estate myths

    Zillow book debunks common real estate myths
    The best time to list your house for sale is just after the Super Bowl, right? That's when the busy spring selling season begins, according to traditional real estate wisdom. Not exactly, according to Zillow chief economist Stan Humphries, who says a...
  • New River apartment building sold for $52.5 million

    New River apartment building sold for $52.5 million
    A downtown Fort Lauderdale apartment building has sold for $52.5 million, another sign of investors' ravenous appetite for rentals. An entity tied to MetLife Real Estate Investors acquired the VU New River, an 18-story complex that opened Feb. 1 at...
  • Home sales show best January in eight years

    Home sales show best January in eight years
    Confidence in the economy and low interest rates contributed to the best January home sales the Baltimore area has seen in eight years, suggesting a strong start to the spring market, analysts and real estate agents said. Showings at open houses this...
  • The tax implications of short selling a primary residence

    Q: An 83-year-old friend of mine is disabled and is about to enter an assisted living facility. She is currently living alone in a house she owns, but it is no longer safe for her to live alone. I am trying to help by organizing her finances and to...
  • Letter: Here's a question for Rizzotti

    After watching the city council candidate forum sponsored by the League of Women Voters and listening to candidate Chris Rizzotti repeatedly say he would represent everybody in Burbank, serve the public and specifically “protect our city,” I...