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Change of SubjectText versions of the tape played Thursday: Formatting glitches are the result of copying .pdf files as text: DATE: 11/10/2008 TIME: 9:07 A.M. ACTIVITY: Rod Blagojevich home line conference call SESSION: 451 SPEAKERS: BLAGOJEVICH: Rod Blagojevich YANG:...
While Oak Street flounders with record vacancies in the wake of the global luxury recession, adjacent Rush Street is coming into its own as a shopping strip for the rich and fabulous. Leading the charge is a striking new Hermes flagship at Oak and Rush...
WGN NewsA local radio host says he was denied a chance to buy a house because he's black. Comedian and radio personality, George Willborn, agreed to buy a house at 33rd and Normal in Chicago's Bridgeport neighborhood for $1.7 million. But the owners refused to...
When Ed Amaya put his Oak Park bungalow up for sale in mid-2007, homes in his neighborhood sold in a matter of days, weeks at the most. "We had some showings; got close to a deal," recalled Amaya. But as the housing market soured, a sale proved elusive....
(WGN-AM)- A Libertyville real estate developer has been indicted on federal charges of swindling investors of more than $8 million. Forrest David Laidley, 65, was charged with mail fraud, wire fraud and bank fraud in connection with allegedly selling...
(WGN-AM)- The auction of convicted political insider Tony Rezko's Wilmette mansion has been postponed until Aug. 17, the auction company handling the sale said this morning. The two-story, 8,400-square-foot mansion at 1250 Chestnut Ave. in the North...
Special to the TribuneLike many shopping for a lakefront vacation home these days, Duane Nolte is hoping to snag a bargain. His first effort, however, was received about as enthusiastically as a glass of soured milk. Nolte recently made a low-ball offer on a waterfront...
Special to the TribuneI didn't know the Gold Coast could be so beige. But when Gayle Hallen, a licensed sales and leasing agent with Chicago Apartment Finders, takes me out to view apartments for rent in the neighborhood, each of five units we see is blanketed in that...
The Chicago TribuneTara Morin and Coleman Hillstrom are refinishing the woodwork after discarding the green shag carpeting and re-tiling the bathroom in their one-bedroom condo. Morin, like many first-time buyers, had cobbled together savings and gifts from parents last...
Special to the TribuneOn fairly frequent occasions, Edgebrook resident and real estate agent Julie Schultz fields calls from bewildered house hunters driving around the leafy suburban-looking streets of her neighborhood. The conversations sound something like this: Caller:...
A thorough home inspection is often recommended for any real estate transaction, but when considering the purchase of a foreclosed home many experts believe it becomes even more critical. Tom Jansson, secretary of the National Association of Certified...
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