The real estate issue
Where to live now.
Dropping home prices means it might be time to buy.
Some folks are desperate to sell their homes.
One Chicago couple tries to find a foreclosure worth buying.
A realtor dishes on these risky but potentially rewarding chances to buy property.
Was it worth it to buy the wreck next door?
Lower labor prices mean that house repairs are cheaper-but they're still not cheap.
The current rental market means you can get a better apartment for less money: We prove it.
Looking to sell? Save your Realtor some time and effort, and listen up.
Heed these tips on underbidding Chicago real estate.
Old sales terms take on new meaning in a bum economy.
Unleash these haggling tactics on your landlord.
Take a closer look at the available properties listed in this issue.