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Home Selling in 60611 : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Mar 9, 2016
John Meyers answered:
Hello Jenny,

If you like your neighborhood and the basement is dry, I would update.

However, if you don't want to deal with 6 months of noise, contractors, and dust, you should give it a fresh coat of paint and buy something that is move-in condition.

Sincerely,
John Meyers
(Meyers Realty, MeyersRealty1.com, c: 847-533-7115)
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Fri Aug 2, 2013
Santiago Kensel Sanchez answered:
You dont need to be behind on the mortgage or with a late payment to do a shortsale !
I can give you the cell of my past client he did a short sale with no late payment and ended with good credit buying a house ... more
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Thu Oct 4, 2012
Mack Alsaidi answered:
Sat Nov 22, 2008
Erik Jorgensen asked:
Who has a studio/junior 1BR in Streeterville for sale that isn't on the MLS yet? Looking for somthing that could be attainable for under $200k.
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Mon Mar 17, 2008
George Morgan answered:
Yes, depends on the location and the type of unit. There are 77 census tracts and over 220 neighborhoods in Chicago. There are at least 4 types of homes in each neighborhood and so about 880 different markets that all could be heading in different directions. $250,000 2br in Lincoln Square could be trending differently than $400,000 1br in River West.

If you have a specific type of home in a specific neighborhood I should be able to provide you with some trends.
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Thu Nov 15, 2007
Ken Dooley answered:
Katie,

An investor's TIC interest can be purchased, sold, gifted, bequeathed by will, or inherited, and is subject to property taxes, gift tax, estate and inheritance taxes in the same manner as a sole ownership property.

Consult with a Real Estate Attorney who has experience handling TIC transactions.

Here's a website that will provide you with a lot of good information: http://www.cornerstoneexchange.com/?gclid=CKvFt42z3o8CFSeeIwodu3sx2g


Good luck.

Ken.
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