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By HOM Editorial Team | October 1, 2015
Homeowners in the Roger’s Park neighborhood of Chicago are thrilled with the installation of a new spray water pool at their local Pottawattomie Park. The water feature is one of many improvements the neighborhood has seen since Alderman Joe Moore laun …
By HOM Editorial Team | July 1, 2015
Chicago homeowners are taking control of their property taxes, thanks to the efforts of the Chicago Association of REALTORS®. “We’re doing something a little different to help homeowners with property taxes here in Chicago,” says Brian Bernardoni, the …
PAST CALLS FOR ACTION
Oppose New Fees On Housing Providers in Granite City
August 14, 2020
City residents were asked to oppose a proposal before the city council to increase housing provider license fees, which would have resulted in rental increases.
Tell Your Representative to Vote NO on Rent Control
February 27, 2019
Ask your State Representative to vote “NO” on any bill that would repeal the Rent Control Preemption Act, or establish Rent Control.
Tell the City Council to vote NO on the proposed Public Safety Pension Fee
November 21, 2018
Residents of Peoria were asked to contact their city council member about a new proposed fee on property owners.
Reform The Home Inspection Process In Park Forest
June 6, 2018
Residents in Park Forest were asked to tell Park Forest officials (Village Trustees and the mayor) to have inspectors conduct inspections as soon as possible after the home is listed to minimize any disruptions or delays in the sales process.
Say No to New Mundelein Real Estate Taxes
April 9, 2018
Residents of Mundelein, IL were asked to contact their elected village officials in opposition to a real estate transfer tax referendum.
A look at how the pandemic has changed which features are the most important to prospective home buyers.
Historic preservation projects funded by grants through organizations like the African American Cultural Heritage Action Fund are good for cities.
See the list of states with some of the fastest rising home insurance rates in the country.
Section 1031 of the Internal Revenue Code allows a real estate property, used for business or held as an investment, to be exchanged for another property that is of “like-kind.”
As the pandemic continues, homeowners are feeling the need for to increase the space or layout of their home. As a result, home renovations are booming.