The ATM Team’s Tabitha Murphy in the Oak Park office was quoted in the Wednesday Journal. In a story about the late summer market and what she expects heading into the fall, Tabitha shared that she’s seeing some buyers who exited the market return with adjusted expectations. She also seeing a stabilization of the market toward more of an even seller/buyer market. Click here to read the story.
Evanston office brokers Katrina and George de los Reyes of GK Chicago were in Chicago Tribune Dream Homes for their historic listing at 1403 Glenview Road in Glenview. The 2-story Italian Renaissance Revival home was built between 1928 and 1929. Henry J. Lutter, president of Lutter Brick Company, built the home for his son, Henry W. Lutter and his wife. Henry W. Lutter ran the company’s Glenview operation. The home features famous cream-colored “Lutter” brick. Set on a half-acre corner lot not visible from the street, the residence has more than 5,000-square-feet, five bedrooms and five bathrooms. As a bonus, it has a new treetop dwelling with electricity, heating and vinyl windows. To read more, please click here.
Michigan Avenue agent Janet Owen was mentioned in the Real Deal in an article about where agents are busiest in the city. Janet’s sale at 1837 N Orchard is included in the article, which is the highest Chicago single family home sale recorded in the MLS this year, which follows the success of her previous MLS Chicago single family home $13.4M record-breaking sale at 1955 N. Burling. To read the entire article, please click here.
Stacy Burgoon’s listing at 382 Ridge Avenue in Winnetka was featured as a Chicago Tribune Dream Home. The home has six bedrooms, three full and two half bathrooms, a foyer with Bordeaux patterned walnut hardwood floors, a fireplace and picture window. Stacy Burgoon is a broker in the Winnetka office. To read more and view the photos, please click here.