Are you thinking the city or the suburbs? What price range do you consider "affordable". And, what do you consider "downtown" Chicago-are you asking because you and/or your husband are going to be working in the Loop and are concerned about commute? There are a lot of factors to take into play.
Maybe best to speak with an agent at length with an agent about:
-size of the home
-commute time to work
-are schools a factor
This will help to narrow down and focus in considerably.
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