The start of a new year is the perfect time to look ahead and get ready to turn over a new leaf. That’s why New Year’s resolutions are so popular!

Whether the goal is to get healthy, improve their financial outlook, or mark a major life milestone, more than 40% of Americans make New Year’s resolutions, according to estimates from Forbes. With all that said, in the end, only about 8% of Americans successfully accomplish those resolutions.

We’ve got some news: If your New Year’s resolution is about buying, selling, or owning a home in Chicago, you can end up among that 8% this time!

Here at Real Group, we pride ourselves on our expertise on all things real estate – and we’ve got all the guides and resources you could ever need to help you turn the page on your biggest New Year’s resolution, once and for all. If you’ve got any questions about buying, selling, or managing real estate, you’ve come to the right place!

Consider this your one-stop shop to checking off your 2020 real estate “to-do” list. Below, we’ve got tons of handy advice, expert opinions, and market forecasts, perfect for guiding you through every step of the home process with ease.

What Are the Current Real Estate Conditions in Rogers Park? (Source: Wikimedia Commons)

Photo credit: Gerald Farinas via Wikimedia Commons

Why Rogers Park?

Located just south of Evanston, Rogers Park is a quiet community with a rich history, offering the best of suburban and city living in one lovely package. 

An extremely walkable neighborhood boasting a fair share of restaurants, easy access to Lake Michigan, and a thriving arts scene, Rogers Park is one of the most eclectic and charming neighborhoods in Chicago - and maybe even in the entire state! Part of the reason why? As the home of Loyola University and just a short commute away from Northwestern, Rogers Park is a haven for students and academics alike.

Interested in learning more about Rogers Park? Here are a few handy resources worth checking out: 

Ready to join a charming community bursting with housing opportunities? Here are the current stats for Rogers Park's condo and housing market:

Rogers Park's Current Condo Market 

Chicago Real Estate Market 2020

The beginning of a new year is a prime time to take a look back at where you’ve been — and think about where you’re going. As we look ahead to the Chicago real estate market for 2020, it’s time to do a little bit of reflection, while also planning for the year to come. 

Whether your real estate goals for 2020 are to buy a home, sell a home, or start exploring your favorite Chicago neighborhood, now is the best possible time to start getting prepared. And because reliable, up-to-the-minute information is one of the most valuable tools you can have in your real estate journey, it’s important to take some time to take stock of the housing market here in Chicagoland. 

So, what do the 12 months ahead potentially hold for home buyers and sellers in our area? What might the real estate market look like in 2020 — and what are the local and national market factors that could be driving these major changes and trends? 

We’re here to help answer those important questions. Let’s explore five key factors to watch for the Chicago area housing market in 2020 and beyond: 

Photo credit: Marco Verch via flickr

One of 77 designated community areas in Chicago, the Hyde Park neighborhood is home to some of the city’s most beautiful and iconic institutions, ranging from the Museum of Science and Industry to the world-renowned University of Chicago.

Located about seven miles south of the Loop, Hyde Park is officially bounded by 51st Street/Hyde Park Boulevard to the north, the Midway Plaisance to the south, Washington Park on the west, and Lake Michigan on the east. Some locals stretch their definition of Hyde Park to include some of the southernmost parts of Kenwood, which is, officially, a separate community area.

A popular destination for locals and tourists alike, Hyde Park played home to the 1893 World’s Fair. Also known as the Columbian Exposition, this major turning point in American history introduced the idea of electricity – not to mention the modern ferris wheel – to nearly 30 million people.

Today, Hyde Park still has plenty to offer, including Frank Lloyd Wright’s world famous Robie House, great access to the beaches of Lake Michigan, the DuSable Museum of African American History, and the Hyde Park Art Center, which has been an influential institution in Chicago’s art scene for decades.

Want to learn more about this historic and welcoming neighborhood? Here are a few resources worth checking out:

Curious about Hyde Park’s housing market? Here are the market conditions you need to know right now:

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