Many people will be surprised to hear that in light of most states (including Illinois) issuing a shelter in place order to slow the spread of the Coronavirus, the real estate industry is considered essential and you may still proceed with buying or selling your home.
Congratulations! You finally purchased your dream home!... Ok... Now What?
Buying your first home in Chicago is an exciting time, as it is likely the biggest purchase you have made thus far in your lifetime. That being said, it can be intimidating to purchase a home since it is a large amount of money, and typically people don’t have enough money to buy a home outright. Luckily, there are many different programs that offer assistance to first time home buyers in Chicago!
One of the funny things about being a Realtor is how complicated and expensive owning property can seem. Recently a friend of mine shared his plan to rent forever because he couldn't fathom "locking" himself into a mortgage.
When most people first consider a new home purchase, they think of contacting a realtor so they can start searching for their potential dream home. While this is undoubtedly the “fun” part of the buying process, equally as important is getting in touch with a Mortgage Consultant (also known as a Loan Officer) to begin the pre-approval process.
One thing that surprises many people is that in order to cause natural gas to efficiently combust, you need approximately 10 times the volume of air to the volume of natural gas.
In Chicago the winters can be cold and snowy, so preparing your home for winter is important! Just like you need to winterize your home to keep it protected for winter, you need to de-winterize your home for warmer weather! Here is everything you need to know to get your Chicago home ready for spring!
This article is for the laymen and women, so I am not going to go full geek mode on the science behind this tool as it is complicated, but if you understand how pixels work on a normal camera you should be able to understand the basics of a infrared camera.
All joking aside, your toilet is an important piece of equipment in any home. If you have ever had a broken one, I am sure you can relate to the major inconvenience of not having the toilet for use.
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