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Even among the many eclectic, ever-changing neighborhoods that make up Chicago, Albany Park truly stands out.

For example, where else could a casual stroll walk you past delicious restaurants, serving up everything from world-famous falafel to authentic tacos to absolutely delectable Korean meats and veggies?

Where else could you take in works like those of the Albany Park Theater Project, an incredible year-round theater with a social justice bent, creating art for young people, by young people?

One of 77 officially designated community areas in Chicago, Albany Park is located on the northwest side of the city, bounded roughly by Montrose Avenue to the south and Foster Avenue to the north. We’ve barely scratched the surface about everything that Albany Park has to offer. To explore the neighborhood further, here are a few resources worth checking out:

Interested in buying or selling a house or condo in this hotbed of cuisine, culture, and commerce? Here are the Albany Park market conditions you need to know right now:

4756 North Dover #3EF is a stylish, converted top-floor unit in an Andersonville courtyard building. The property is conveniently located near the Ravenswood Metra, and the Lawrence Red Line L stop.

This 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom corner unit offers a great open floor plan with bamboo flooring throughout the main living space and master bedroom (carpeting in the second bedroom.) The spacious living room features a fireplace, and flows into the separate dining room (or possible den/office area.) The chef-quality eat-in kitchen features 42” maple cabinets, a beautiful tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances, and an impressive island with bar stools. 

Other winning features include a huge walk-in closet and whirlpool tub in the master suite, an in-unit washer-dryer, and an attached deck for entertaining. 

This unit is in a prime spot to enjoy the best of Andersonville offering close proximity to public transit, retail, and many local shops & restaurants.

Among journalists, economists, and even some real estate professionals, there’s a sense of negativity in the air, with some people fearing that the sky is falling in the housing market - both here in Chicago, and around the country. 

Certainly, there are a few warning bells to pay attention to, including an up-and-down stock market, a changing yield curve, and ongoing economic changes worldwide. But are these really red flags that a crash is coming to the Chicago market? At this point, there’s still plenty of room for hope.

There’s reason to be optimistic that the rumors of the market’s death are premature. In our view? Instead of crashing, the housing market is undergoing a shift back into a normal, balanced state, one with significant benefits to offer to both buyers and sellers. 

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What benefits does working with a real estate team offer to you, as a homebuyer or seller, compared to going it alone or working with an individual?

Before we dive into that loaded question, it’s important to recall just how much you gain when working with any real estate professional, rather than trying to go through the process of buying or selling a home on your own.

Broadly speaking, working with an experienced, knowledgeable real estate agent will allow you to:

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