DeKalb County

Lawsuit Approves Illinois Landowner's Right of Way to Collect

Current and former owners of land located next to or under railroad Rights of Way in Illinois may be eligible for a cash payment thanks to a class action settlement. The case of McDaniel v. Qwest Communications Corp. involves fiber-optic cable and related telecommunications equipment installed in railroad Rights of Way throughout Illinois. The suit …

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Single-Family Home Sales Provide Positive Chicago Real Estate News

The Chicago real estate market posted an increase in sales and median price for the month of February, due mostly to the single-family home sector. Total home sales last month rose 2.1 percent from January in the city of Chicago, according to the Illinois Association of REALTORS latest report. The median home price saw an …

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President Declares Chicago a Disaster Area Thanks to the Blizzard of 2011

This weekend marks something very important to Chicago: Sunday is the first day of Spring. Since temperatures have risen above 35 degrees it seems like most Chicago residents have stripped their bodies of winter coats in anticipation of warmer weather. And, we deserve those warmer temps. This winter was brutal. So brutal that President Barack …

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Shodeen Buyers Appreciate Well-Stocked Design Center and Expert Assistance

Oftentimes when you purchase a new home, you can plan on racking up mileage on the car and filling up extra slots on your calendar. That’s because when it’s time to make important selections like cabinetry, flooring and lighting fixtures, you’ll likely have to make several trips to various home improvement stores, suppliers and builder …

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