Chicago-based development company Related Midwest, an affiliate of the New York-based Related Companies, has announced that former @properties broker David Wolf has been named president of Related Midwest Sales, according to a Crain’s report.
New state laws and severe backlogs push the foreclosure process out longer thereby requiring more work for attorneys. While borrowers are getting more protections, this also means more costs to the government-sponsored enterprises.
When you do important work, work that changes things and work that matters, it's inconceivable that the change you're trying to make will be met with complete approval. Trying to please everyone will water down your efforts, frustrate your forward...
The National Association of Home Builders’ Builder Confidence Index hit its highest mark in five years in July, and based on second quarter home order stats from the nation’s largest builders, the source of such confidence is easy to spot.
La Grange, Wilmette and Arlington Heights topped a recent DePaul University list of the most commuter-friendly suburbs in the Chicago area, the Chicago Tribune reports. The study looked at 20 transit suburbs and ranked them on 47 factors including: the availability of commuter-rail service daily, number of departures and how walkable the stations were.
Despite their different methodologies, the seven major house price indices tell fairly consistent stories nationally over the long horizon. But an inspection at the metro level reveals larger differences across the indices.
by Dennis Crouch A pair of recent Federal Circuit decisions continue to highlight ongoing ambiguities and difficulties regarding the scope of patent subject matter eligibility for software related patents.
Downers Grove-based Realtor organization Mainstreet Organization of Realtors (MORe) has awarded Libertyville Realtor De Shaun Cox with its Community Service Award, according to a July 26 press release.
The U.S. economy grew at a slower 1.5% rate in the second quarter as consumer demand fell. Still, the market welcomed the news since the GDP estimate trumps forecasts of a much slower 1.2% growth rate.