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Bisnow: A Growing Intersection Of Public Transit And National Retail Is Sparking Growth In One Of Chicago’s Most Notorious Neighborhoods

By Chuck Sudo, Bisnow Englewood often gets national headlines for its violent crime and murder rate. But after years of demolition, the neighborhood has turned a corner and is slowly rebounding thanks to four factors. 1. Public Transit Kiser Group broker Aaron Sklar...

Bisnow: This Week’s Chicago Deal Sheet

by Chuck Sudo, Bisnow Baum Realty’s Greg Dietz and Danny Spits repped the seller in the $3.4M sale of 1421-27 North Milwaukee Ave., a 26K SF assemblage of mixed-use buildings in Wicker Park. *** Kiser Group completed the following transactions: Danny Logarakis and...

Multi-Housing News: Company Spotlight: Kiser Group

By: Roxana Baiceanu, Multi-Housing News After a strong year, which translated into $144 million in closed transactions, principals Estella and Lee Kiser have decided to focus on company re-branding, culture and staff retention in 2017. Although 12 years might not be...

Forbes: Essential Traits Brokers Need For A Successful Agent Partnership

With two million active real estate licenses in the U.S., according to research provided by the National Association of Realtors (NAR), it only makes sense that brokers are looking to partner with a percentage of these agents to help grow their brokerage. However,...

Bisnow: The Effects Of Major Developments On Neighboring Submarkets

By: Chuck Sudo, Bisnow Momentum begets momentum, and Chicago's real estate market is teeming with momentum. Fulton Market's eastern half is now a seller's market while developers are chasing opportunities in the western half. The zoning changes to the North Branch...

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