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   From early morning runs, to late dinner cruises, the Chicagoland area offers a wide variety of events and activities in celebration of Mother's Day.     Is Your Mother a Foodie Mom? With an ever growing and ever changing food scene, this may be a fun day to visit that “someplace we’ve been mea...
05/09/2015
Be The Star of Your Own Movie - The "Frozen" Fitness Routine   Cardio.  Stretching.  Climbing.  Sounds like a workout, right?  No, just a day of showing homes during the winter months here in the snow belt.  Once again, the Polax Vortex has several states in its icy talons.  The freezing cold air...
02/25/2015
There are no financial secrets in the home buying process. Once you apply for a mortgage, any undisclosed complications in your financial history will be discovered. The earlier your lender knows of anything that can jeopardize your ability to obtain a loan, the earlier they can work with you to ...
02/10/2015
Wishes on paper often give way to the feeling buyers get when they walk into a home and just know that this is "the one!"  When you find the home that gives you that feeling, don't hesitate. Make an offer. If that home made you feel that way, other buyers will likely feel the same.  While you're ...
02/07/2015
Chicagoland home buyers who follow The 10 Commandments When Applying For A Mortgage will be well on their way to a successful closing. Thanks Gene Mundt for this great advice!       In the Mortgage Process? Follow These 10 Commandments          There's an abundance of info available for Home Buye...
02/03/2015
Renowned architect Frank Lloyd Wright was born in 1867 in Richland Center, Wisconsin.  By 1887 he had moved to Chicago where he would spend the first 20 years of his distinguished career.    Chicago and Chicago’s suburbs are home to the largest concentration Mr. Wright’s signature Prairie Style h...
01/31/2015
    One of the most popular attractions for residents and visitors to Chicago is the Museum of Science and Industry.  The museum opened in 1933 and is housed in the only building that remains from the 1893 Columbian World Exposition.  It receives around 2 million visitors per year.   Exhibits in ...
01/30/2015
Chicago is synonymous with great architecture, great shopping, great nightlife and great food!  If you thought you had to wait for summer to enjoy a good ol’ Chi-town food fest, you're in luck. Beginning this weekend Chicago's about to kick’s it up a notch in the “great food” department.     Come...
01/29/2015
Turn on almost any national morning show this week and you were instantly transported to Puppy-Palooza. There were all sorts of adorable puppies on set. Not to mention, previews of this year's Super Bowl commercials featuring puppy faces that had everyone going awwwww all at once.    If this week...
01/28/2015
Trevi Square, 1439 S. Michigan Avenue, Chicago, IL-2014 Market Report       Trevi Square is a 6 story courtyard building, built in 1898 and located in what today is the Central Station area of Chicago’s South Loop. Formerly Saint Luke’s Hospital, this structure was listed on the National Register...
01/27/2015
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