North Shore Real Estate Update - Total Year 2017 vs. Year Ago
Accepted Offers - December 2017 vs. Year Ago
Closed sales were down 2% in November vs. last year. Only two villages posted gains: Northfield and Highland Park. Wilmette and Evanston were flat.
The median price for the North Shore was down 5% vs. last year, but results for the ...View More
If you have any questions about the market or would like to schedule a buyer or seller consultation with the Anne West and the Come Home North Shore Team, please give ...View More
North Shore home sales took a rumble in September, reflecting the slowdown in buyer activity during the summer months. Closed sales were down a whopping 21%, driven by declines in every village except Glenview, Lake Forest and Northfield (which increased off a very low ...View More
With two thirds of the year behind us, I think we can conclude that 2017 is not going to be a banner year for North Shore real estate.
We've had some good months and some not-so-good months. Some price points are moving well and some communities have performed okay ...View More
Closed sales were up 10% vs. July 2016. Most of that growth was driven by Lake Forest (+71%) and Wilmette (+43%).
Only Evanston and Winnetka saw sales declines this month. Lake Forest's growth was helped by the plentiful ...View More
If you've been reading the national news you've probably read that the real estate market is hot and that the persisting shortage of housing inventory is driving strong price increases. But anyone who has their home for sale on the North Shore of Chicago is probably saying ...View More
North Shore home sales were down 12% in February vs. a year ago, with declines across all villages except Winnetka, which was even with last year and Glencoe and Kenilworth, which had 0 closed sales last year.
Median prices were down ...