Month: January 2020

Local Business Spotlight: My Buddy’s, Chicago

My Buddy’s: An Uptown, Chicago Bar IRPINO Real Estate Presents our Local Business Spotlight series featuring local businesses in Chicago’s Uptown and Buena Park neighborhoods. Happy New Year! We are back in the New Year — and the new decade! We love being your Local Real Estate Broker here in the Uptown / Buena Park Neighborhood. And... More

Your 2020 Homebuying Checklist

Some Highlights: If you’re thinking of buying a home, plan ahead and stay on the right track, starting with pre-approval. Being proactive about the homebuying process will help set you up for success in each step. Make sure to work with a trusted real estate professional along the way, to help guide you through the homebuying steps specific to your... More

The New Spring Real Estate Market is Here. Are You Ready?

Which month do you think most people who are considering buying a home actually start their search? If you’re like most of us, you probably think the surge happens in the spring, likely in April. Not anymore. According to new research, January 2019 was only 1% behind February for the most monthly views per listing on realtor.com. So, what... More

IRPINO Real Estate Named Best of Zillow for 2019

Happy New Year! A New Recognition for our Chicago Real Estate Brokerage We are still reeling in the excitement of 2019 which was our best year yet, as we were able to help more people Buy and Sell homes in Chicago than ever before, and to make it even better, we just received a new... More

3 Benefits to Buying Your Dream Home This Year

Outside of a strong economy, low unemployment, and higher wages, there are three more great reasons why you may want to buy a home in Chicago this year instead of waiting. 1. Buying a Home is a Great Investment Several reports indicate that buying real estate is a good investment, topping other options such as... More

3 Mistakes to Avoid When Selling a Home in 2020

It’s exciting to put a house on the market and to think about making new memories in new spaces, but we can have deep sentimental attachments to the homes we’re leaving behind, too. Growing emotions can help or hinder a sale, depending on how we manage them. When it comes to the bottom line, homeowners... More

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