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2008 

The Addison real estate market is off to a slow start this year.  The number of homes sold is down 68% from the first quarter of 2006 and down about 44% from 2007.  Fortunately, the prices have remained about the same as last year and around 6.6% below 2006 numbers.This graph shows the first quar...
Posted about 6 years ago
A recent Multiple Listing home search for Wood Dale, IL, shows that the number of homes sold has increased in the 1st quarter of 2008 verses 2007 and is only about 24% less than in 2006.  See the graph below.  Comparing the first quarters of 2007 and 2008 we can see that the number of homes sold ...
Posted about 6 years ago
A Multiple Listing search of Villa Park, IL, today shows that the number of homes sold is still declining and the prices in the first quarter of 2008 took a big hit.  This may be the bottom so many have been looking for, since it seems like both Lombard and Elmhurst have begun to turn the corner....
Posted about 6 years ago
A Multiple Listing search for Lombard, IL, today, shows that even though the number of homes sold has dropped the last couple of years.  The first quarter of 2008 home sales have increased over 2007 and home values have rebounded as well.  If you were waiting for the (national media's) bottom, yo...
Posted about 6 years ago
A Multiple Listing search for Elmhurst, IL, homes, today, shows that even though the number of homes sold is still down, the home prices are beginning to climb.  The information was based on 1st quarter numbers for 2006-2008. The bar graph above shows that although the number of homes sold are do...
Posted about 6 years ago
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