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Hedges fuel property line dispute
Q: I am a senior and have lived in my house for 40 years. Up until now, I’ve never had any problems with my neighbors. Now I need to determine where the property line is between my house and the next-door neighbor’s. She recently informed me that she was going to plant some hedges that will match.
How new tax bill could affect property taxes, mortgage interest
The political jostling and frenetic lobbying on Capitol Hill over the Republican tax overhaul bill are producing unexpected developments that could prove important to homeowners, sellers and buyers. The drafting of legislative language is a work in progress behind closed doors, but it appears that.
The 606 beckons to residents of new luxury Bucktown apartment building
The 606 trail has been hugely popular with joggers, cyclists, dog-walkers, stroller-pushers and others since it opened in 2015. It’s also a hit with residents at Centrum Bucktown, a new rental community at Milwaukee Avenue and Leavitt Street. They can practically roll out of bed and they’re on.
3 housing myths, debunked: Poverty, property values, and gentrification
Homeownership can come with a hefty supply of emotions, paperwork and financial planning. And as one grows more attached to a residence over the years, feelings often deepen as house becomes home and memories start to accumulate. So when terms like gentrification, poverty and low-income housing.
Sorting out who s responsible for condo damage can get tricky
Q: I have been renting out my condo for a year and a half now. Recently, sewage backed up into the finished basement — it turns out a tree root blocking the main line was the culprit. I had a plumber come take care of the blockage as well as a cleanup crew to take care of the damage, but now the.