In general, values are higher in Mayfair, but there are still deals in pockets closer to Pulaski. Values have gone up in all neighborhoods. Properties seems to be getting more resale value that are closer to Montrose (but north), in Mayfair, and in Albany Park, there are still a number of foreclosures and short sales that come on the market selling far less than non-distressed sellers are asking for.
Because both of these neighborhoods are directly in the path of new development with relatively good public transport options, combined with various housing options, a home owner holding property there for the long term should be fine. If inventories stay limited, and interest rates stay low, logic says the prices there will increase as well. But then again, logic seems to have nothing to do with economics.
Otros Factores en Mayfair en Chicago son los Garajes y espacio para aparcar los coches , a si como banos y cocinas
What is your goal. Are you looking to invest, looking to live there, or both. Parts of Albany Park have good buys. Remember the real estate market is on a rise and some neighborhoods are recovering faster than others.