Despite some negative indicators, the Illinois commercial real estate office and industrial markets are poised for growth in 2019.
Inspired by HGTV programing and the opportunity to make “easy money,” house-flipping is one of the most talked about areas of the real estate market. The craze has
As the current workforce population ages and the real estate cycle matures, suburban office locations near major metropolitan areas offer great potential. In comparison to
Modern Labor Force vs Traditional Commuting Patterns Since the 1950’s the public transportation model in Illinois focused on the traditional commute. Government and business adapted to a residential-focused
The most expensive midterm election cycle is days away from completion. As markets brace and analysts forecast winners and financial implications, a larger change is
Despite low unemployment and a booming economy, economists forecast suburban office vacancy rates increasing this quarter. According to data from real estate broker Jones Lang
Chicago Suburban Office and End to Doom and Gloom? There has been a lot of doom and gloom regarding suburban office space in Chicagoland. The
As the economy slowly regains momentum, we again hear more talk from clients about the importance of a location’s accessibility to a quality labor pool.
Increasingly, Milwaukee Avenue is becoming the preferred office location in Southern Lake County, Illinois as a result of its rich mix of amenities and superior
There is a lot of discussion about the potential failings of the business climate in Illinois but sometimes we lose perspective on the issue. Doing