The Year Ahead in Chicago Real Estate

Chicago’s real estate market is improving, but sluggishly.

The National Association of Realtors projects the Chicago metro area will rank last among the largest 100 markets in 2017. And while construction is booming, particularly among apartment buildings in and around downtown, the rental market could be in for a correction.

Joining us to discuss the year ahead are Dennis Rodkin of Crain’s Chicago Business and Jay Koziarz of Curbed Chicago.


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