The credit markets are seizing up and the uncertainty recently drove up short-term interest rates for municipalities and some rock-solid institutions such as New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art to 20%. And now even so-called prime borrowers, the ones who were properly vetted, are being sucked into defaults on their mortgages. Yet it’s still a relatively small number of institutions and individuals getting hurt by this not-yet-a-recession. So what’s the worst that could happen?
However, the median price of $172,000 was off 5.9 percent from July 2011’s $182,700, according to the Illinois Association of Realtors’ monthly report on the housing market.
A new study demonstrates those who suffer from household allergies are less likely to make indoor changes to improve health if they rent, compared to homeowners.
Read more at http://www.medicaldaily.com/news/20120803/11283/renting-owning-home-health-allergies.htm#ypJ5E7R8kT6oozEg.99
Puffy white clouds are usually a great sight, but not when they dot the sky over these five fore closed homes I found on Chicago’s Southwest side.
Here are pictures form a story I worked on late last week that were debuted this morning… if you’ve got $1.5-Million I know where you can buy a house!