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.
The upper level of the old Montgomery Ward building, once the tallest building in Chicago, is now on the market.
The real estate magnate — who gained famed for scrutinizing contestants and firing ones he deemed incompetent on his “Apprentice” TV show — was the one on the hot seat as a plaintiff’s attorney grilled him over allegations he had engaged in a bait-and-switch.
Planning to sell your home? You may want to wait until 2016 before listing it.
To be the best in Chicago, you have to think like the best in Chicago.
Tinley Park-based Mack Cos. said it has sold nearly 200 single-family homes in the south and southwest suburbs to an Arizona-based real estate investment trust for $28 million.
A real estate agent showing a property in Northwest Indiana was sexually assaulted by two prospective clients.
The Emanuel Administration says it’s seeing an increase in tax revenues, and that is improving the City’s budget picture, at least a bit.
It’s what thousands of families across the Chicago area have been waiting to hear: home prices and home sales are both up. Those are two encouraging signs that the housing market is rebounding in Chicago.
Somebody is pushing a sweeping plan to give American homeowners low-interest loans over decades. Who’s behind it? CBS 2′s Dorothy Tucker reports.
Lots of food and drink may seal an atypical deal on a north suburban Glenview home.
Chicago City Treasurer Stephanie Neely says the same scam that put the deed to her South Side home in someone else’s name has spread to other states.
Itasca-based Hamilton Partners filed a lawsuit Wednesday against Illinois Secretary of State Jesse White alleging his office caused a multimillion-dollar real-estate deal to fall through by failing to process some paperwork.
Federal authorities have charged two suburban businessmen with defrauding investors out more than $16 million in a Ponzi scheme.
A new survey finds home ownership is still the American dream, even with home values plunging and the housing market mired in recession.
Chicago-based Groupon has found new “real estate” in the fiercely competitive daily deals industry.
One of the Chicago area’s most opulent mansions is now uninhabitable.
Even well-heeled buyers are expected to put down more money for a condo or a house in Chicago. CBS 2′s Vince Gerasole explains.
Chicago-based Giordano’s Pizza has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, but wants to keep the business running during its reorganization.
A Chicago man was sentenced to more than 7 years in federal prison for posing as a federal government official in a scheme to sell properties he did not own out from underneath the real owners.