Wrigleyville (Chicago, IL)
3462 N. Sheffield, Wrigleyville, Chicago, Illinois - April 2018 About 3462 N. Sheffield 3462 N. Sheffield is a 6 unit vintage duplex/condo building built in the 1920's. 3462 N. Sheffield is located in the Wrigleyville neighborhood of Chicago. Average taxes in 3462 N. Sheffield $6,103 Average association fees in 3462 N. Sheffield $202 ($173 - $231) Average home size in 3462 N. Sheffield 1,409 ft2 Average lot size in 3462 N. Sheffield 0.00 acres Average year built in 3462 N. Sheffield 1926 Homes for sale in 3462 N. Sheffield Address Beds Baths Built Price 3462 Sheffield Ave. #3S 2 1.1 1926 $315,000 3462 Sheffield Ave. #1S 3 2 1926 $334,000 Sales Summary for 3462 N. Sheffield  (Apr 27, 2017 - Apr 27, 2018) # of Sales Average Days on Market Average List Average Sale Ratio% 3 90 $336,300 $3...
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3844 N. Clark, Wrigleyville, Chicago, Illinois - April 2018 About 3844 N. Clark 3844 N. Clark is a 14 unit condo-duplex building built in the late 1990's. 3844 N. Clark is located in the Wrigleyville neighborhood of Chicago. Average taxes in 3844 N. Clark $6,762 Average association fees in 3844 N. Clark $223 ($205 - $243) Average home size in 3844 N. Clark 1,500 ft2 Average lot size in 3844 N. Clark 0.00 acres Average year built in 3844 N. Clark 2000 Homes for sale in 3844 N. ClarkNoneSales Summary for 3844 N. Clark  (Apr 25, 2017 - Apr 25, 2018) # of Sales Average Days on Market Average List Average Sale Ratio% 6 104 $428,133 $414,167 96.7% HomesByMarco has sold 36 homes in Chicago Thinking of selling your home in Chicago? We are experts in the area. We'll sell your home quickly and f...
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By Noah Seidenberg, Chicagoland and Suburbs (800) 858-7917
(Coldwell Banker)
It is hard to believe. Can the Cubs actually end the Chicago saying of "maybe next year"? We will see very soon. People are very excited about the idea of the Cubs doing so well this year. Ever since they got a new manager in Joe Maddon things started to change. I remember hearing an interview with Joe and I know that this guy really cared.Another interesting turn I am taking in this blog post is The neighborhood where Wrigley field is and how it has changed over the years. When I was a young lad this was a really a working class area. I remember going with my father in the 1969 season when the stars were Ernie Banks and Fergie Jenkins. Things were really different in those days.Now this area of Chicago which is the Lakeview neighborhood has been re-named Wrigleyville. It is a place whe...
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By William Piotrowski
(Diamond Residential Mortgage Corporation )
 Debunking Recent Chicagoland Myths If you believed all the stories in the press these days, you couldn't be blamed for taking a wait-and-see attitude towards buying your next home. But, here are three solid facts—or mythbusters—that prove there's no better time to jump in than right now.Mythbuster #1: Chicagoland is thriving with higher home salesHome sales soared to a 9-year high in April, growing over 10 percent over last year, according to the Illinois Association of Realtors. New home construction is up 34 percent over last year, as well. These trends and the fact that interest rates recently hit a three-year low, mean it's a great time to buy!Mythbuster #2: Businesses are coming to the areaCommercial real estate is booming, particularly downtown, where vacancies dropped 12 percent...
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By Brad Magnant, Brad Magnant
(EXIT Strategy Realty)
Too often these days sports owners and teams are too far focused on the business side that tradition and team pride go right out the window. Not only is this apparent when it comes to player contracts but the stadiums they play in. In 2009 The Dallas Cowboys left Texas Stadium (a stadiun that FIVE super bowl winning teams played in) for a brand new state of the art one. Also in 2009, The New York Yankees left Yankee Stadium (home to TWENTY SEVEN World Championships) for a newer stadium as well. With these and many other stadiums rapidly being demolished, one thing I have really come to appreciate as a resident of Chicago is Wrigley Field. When I was younger and went to the games with family I was the typical happy kid eating his hot dog, nachos and in awe of watching a professional game...
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By Jeff&Grace Safrin, SpousesSellingHousesTM
(F.C.Tucker 1st Team Real Estate)
Last week, we took some time off to support a charitable organization (ORT America) and took a private tour of Wrigley Field and then had dinner at nearby  Goose Island Brewery where we enjoyed conversation from sports announcers Dan Bernstein (radio 670 The Score, CBS) and Jim Memelo (radio 720 WGN) .   Living in NW Indiana, The City of Chicago is commuting distance by car or train to the windy city if you are looking for an evening excursion to a Chicago Cubs Baseball game or other things to do! This trip to Wrigleyville was 1.5 hour drive from Valparaiso, IN during a non-rush hour commute.   Living in NW Indiana has it's advantages... with lower property taxes and a more financially stable state government than our neighboring state of IL.... many choose to live in NWI, yet enjoy the...
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