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Illinois demonstrated a fast recovery in real estate industry from the crash in 2008. Illinois property and real estate markets have been attractive to home buyers as a record growth rate with a much faster Illinois property sales rate at 18-24% rise than last year, faster than regional market closed sales volume. Thanks for the great supply of housing, more people are willing to sell their Illinois homes after consistent decline since 2012. Geographical and economic advantages have offered business-friendly environment to Bolingbrook and Chicago including economic incentives, low interest rates and easy access to major transit. New land development for industrial and commercial activities are going to deliver in 2016. Available funding and a steadily growing economy with stable employment growth build up buyers’ confidence in the Illinois property market.
A game of bocce—on a private court just steps from a home filled with luxurious amenities—is the perfect way to pass the time during the last glorious weeks of summer and the first cool days of fall.
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