For the first 5 months of this year, the Dunlap market (defined here by the homes that are within the Dunlap school district-not just those having a Dunlap mailing address) have seen a dramatic increase in the number of homes for sale, due in large part to the reorganization of the local corporate structure and […]
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What you are reading above is the headline in the Peoria Journal Star today. What you can read below is the story that ran under it. Statistically, when looking at the entire market, that headline is correct. However within our Peoria area market, we have stats for 18 different communities, 6 counties and a whole […]
Good question. Thanks for asking. 🙂 Let’s look at if from a view different vantage points. Also-keep in mind that August of 2008 was about the top of our market, or at the very least the beginning of the tipping point, before the worldwide economic crisis. While the east and west coasts, and the sand […]
Two answer the question of which price range is selling the fastest or slowest in central Illinois, let’s look at two factors: 1) The number of closed sales 2) How many days on market from listing to pending status. Homes priced under $75K closed the most as of the most recent data published. Closings […]
By Mark and Jennifer Monge By Mark and Jennifer Monge What areas have the highest tax rates? Which ones have the lowest? Fair question, and a common one, so much so that it’s worth revisiting and updating this post which we’ve revisited in the past. Property taxes are a funny thing, in a dark comedy/tragedy […]