Real Estate news
D'Andrea served on council from 1988 to 1992 and stayed involved with local government.
Holly Blanchette received the Aqua Award at Lake Homes Realty’s National Agent Summit for her exceptional achievements in real estate.
Rock Falls City Council members on Sept. 5 unanimously voted to reduce the minimum ground floor area of residential dwellings from 800 square feet to 400 square feet. The change applies only to lots that are, at most, 55 feet wide.
The owner of the Ronald Reagan Birthplace and Museum in Tampico last week transferred ownership to the conservative group that recently bought the Reagan Boyhood Home in Dixon.
Woodlawn Mobile Home Park on Sterling’s west end has a new owner.
Council members unanimously voted to spend up to $17,500 on purchase, related expenses.
Tentative sale of mall follows online auction, but price and buyer not revealed.
Online auction will continue Wednesday.
TIF formula allows limited tax dollars for Troy School Districts.
But Plan Commission votes 7-1 to recommend approval when the City Council votes next month.
Proposed apartments and warehouses go to Plan Commission for review on Thursday.
City staff wanted 'No Taxes Due' stamp required before property could be sold.
According to Redfin, Will County home prices were up 11.8% in June 2022 compared to 2021 and sold for $336,000 on average, according to Redfin. In Joliet’s 60435 zip code, prices were up 16.1%.
The brokers Susie Scheuber, Sarah Toso, Dawn Dause, Seve and Sue Jeziorski, Glenn Sharp, Sara Wittchen and Aaron Tidmore.
RichEnDeed in Plainfield lost its space in October and is currently seeking a new home. Catholic Charities, Diocese of Joliet, found itself in the same situation in May.