Market Statistics

Feb. 2, 2017

North Shore Real Estate Report - January 2017

 North Shore Market Report - January 2017 vs. 2016

North Shore Chicago Real Estate Report

Closed home sales on the North Shore were up 4% in January vs. last year, but results were mixed across villages. Evanston and Glenview posted particularly strong gains, as did Winnetka, Glencoe and Northfield, though the latter two were off of a ...

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Jan. 16, 2017

New Trier Real Estate Market Trends: Recession and Recovery 2007-2016

New Trier Township real estate trends

These graphs chart home sales, median and average prices and market time for the years 2007 to 2016. The data is for single family homes only. The New Trier trends graph above reflects totals for five villages: Wilmette, Winnetka, Kenilworth, Glencoe and Northfield IL. Below are graphs for each of ...

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Jan. 8, 2017

North Shore Real Estate Report - December and Total Year 2016

December 2016 vs. Year Ago

Closed home sales on the North Shore were flat in December vs. last year with mixed results across villages. Lake Forest had the biggest increase, with sales doubling from last December. Glenview and Winnetka also had gains, as did Kenilworth and Northfield (both off a ...

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Dec. 12, 2016

North Shore Real Estate Report - November 2016

North Shore Real Estate Update - November 2016 vs. Year Ago

North Shore real estate data Nov. 2016

Closed sales on the North Shore were up a healthy 22% in November, with the biggest increases in Lake Forest (+84%), off of a dismal 2015. Evanston, Winnetka and Glenview also posted nice gains, while Northfield and Glencoe declined vs ...

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Nov. 10, 2016

North Shore Real Estate Report - October 2016

Closed sales on the North Shore were down 10% i October vs. year ago. Results were mixed across villages, but those with negative results (Wilmette, Evanston, Highland Park)) are compared to strong performance last year, while those showing a positive trend are vs. weak performance a year ago (Glencoe, Glenview ...

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Oct. 6, 2016

North Shore Real Estate Report - September 2016

North Shore Real Estate Report - September 2016 vs. Year Ago

Closed sales were up 5% in September for the North Shore in total, but the results across villages were mixed. Five had double digit increases (Glencoe, Winnetka, Wilmette, Kenilworth and Lake Forest), while Glenview was off 6% and Northfield was ...

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Sept. 9, 2016

North Shore Real Estate Report -August 2016

North Shore Real Estate Report - August 2016 vs. Year Ago

August 2016 real estate report

 

North Shore closed sales for August were 16% ahead of last year, driven by increases across all villages except Highland Park and Northfield. The biggest gains were in Winnetka (+46%) and Glenview (+37%).

Prices, on the other hand were ...

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Aug. 9, 2016

North Shore Real Estate Report - July 2016

North Shore Market Update - July 2016 vs. Year Ago

North Shore Chicago market report

Closed sales in July were down 19%, driven by weak performance in the larger commuinities of Highland Park, Lake Forest and Glenview, as well as Wilmette and Glencoe. Evanston and Winnetka showed nice gains, as did Northfield and Kenilworth, but these ...

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July 20, 2016

North Shore Real Estate Report - June 2016

June 2016 vs. Year Ago

It's almost impossible to make many blanket statements about what is happening in the North Shore real estate market. The fact is it's a mixed bag and the dynamics are quite different from one village to another and from one price range to ...

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Jan. 15, 2016

North Shore Real Estate Report - 2015

North Shore Real Estate Report - 2015

North Shore real estate report 2015

After a strong 2013, the North Shore housing market has not posted the kind of gains in the last two years that we had hoped. Home sales were up only 1% in 2015, driven by increases in Evanston (+15%), Glenview (+4%) and Highland Park ...

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