McHenry County Bright Spot for Realtors

Builders News reports a RE-MAX study showing that home sales were down from a year ago in Chicagoland, except for McHenry County:

“Only in McHenry County were sales higher in July, gaining 8%.

“In addition to the 9% sales decline in Cook, sales dipped 8% in Kane, 7% in Will, 4% in DuPage and Kendall, 1% in Lake and 11% in Chicago.”

Price increases in McHenry County over a year ago were lowest in McHenry County–up 3%.


McHenry County Bright Spot for Realtors — 4 Comments

  1. The report states that in McHenry County the median sales price of attached homes was unchanged, while the median price in attached homes rose 7%.

  2. Wouldn’t have anything to do with all the “if you have a pulse” loans being generated by all the usual suspects.

    In fact, Emanuel and Guaranteed Rate just started up 1% down 7% forgivable grant with 640 FICO, which would normally qualify you to buy a pack of bubble gum.

    Maybe the Democrat strategy for high property taxes. Destroy the valuations for temporary relief.

  3. You bet it’s good for relators!

    They’re making money
    hand over fist thanks to all the people who are evacuating
    The Land Of Lincoln.

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