Due to frigid conditions in much of the nation, February’s real estate wrap-up required boots and a shovel, as well as deeper pockets.
A Chicago housing coalition says private developers, not tenants, will be the big winners in Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s new “Plan Forward” CHA initiative, reports WBBM’s John Cody.
Illinois voters got a peek Monday at what a 2014 gubernatorial primary might look like, as Gov. Pat Quinn and his potential toughest Democratic challenger played up their individual efforts to help the housing market bounce back and offered differing takes on the state’s concealed carry discussions.
They say they won’t go without a fight, not even on a rainy day, chanting and marching outside buildings that for quite some time, offered SRO’s, or single room occupancy units to those who had no other options.
Foreclosures and homelessness are big issues in Chicago, but the Chicago Housing Authority has approved plans to tear down hundreds of units at its Altgeld Gardens housing complex on the Far South Side.
The west suburban town of Montgomery is hoping a new housing program will revive the town’s once flourishing population of bluebirds.
Housing activists are knocking on doors over the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday weekend in an attempt to keep homeowners in foreclosure from being evicted.
A Highland Park man has been sentenced to 15 years in prison in connection with a Ponzi scheme he ran with his son and daughter that bilked investors out of $10.7 million.
New numbers released on Tuesday provided a glimmer of hope for the struggling housing market, as home prices in some cities – including Chicago – went up in May.
The Cook County Jail is now housing transgender inmates based on their gender identity, rather than their sex at birth.
Officials in McHenry County are pitching in to help the housing market rebound.
A handful of demonstrators caroled U.S. Sen. Mark Kirk’s office but so far have no promise of help extending rent subsidies for some 1,000 Chicago families.
There’s a gloomy forecast today about the housing market.
The latest home foreclosure figures show that Illinoisans are doing better than they did a year ago, but, still aren’t out of the housing mess.
An Indiana University administrator has been recommended to oversee a sweeping transition in housing choices for mentally ill people in Illinois.
One in every 139 U.S. housing units received a foreclosure filing during the 3rd quarter.