Chicago’s Real Estate Affected by Tax Hike

Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s property tax is set to begin next year, changing the real estate market for Halsted and Division streets, the very center of Chicago’s hottest piece of property. This neighborhood has also seen a hike in tax assessments by 48% this year. It is anyone’s guess as to how realtor’s will deal with…

US Real Estate Forum in Shanghai Discusses NYC

In New York City the real estate market is never truly at rest. While some parts of the country will go on hiatus during the winter months, or falter when the real estate market starts to crash, New York is seemingly always in demand. New York City is one of the most popular large cities…

New Yorkers Want Greener Apartments

According to an article published in the New York Times, home buyers are now looking for apartments that will offer them a private outdoor space. They want an apartment that has some greenery around it; such as an outdoor terrace or even a slice of lawn. Of course, for those that are not able to…