An inside look at Chicago real estate

The Perfect Burger

Mark.Miles
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The classic hamburger may be a simple food concept, but true connoisseurs know how much art and science go into making something truly delicious.

Pizza from Your Patio

Mark.Miles
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A grill and a pizza stone can give you the ability to create a delicious homemade pie, built to order and better than delivery!

Out of the Office Returns!

Mark.Miles
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Dream Town invites you to join us at Out Of The Office 2016, the city's premier kickoff party for Chicago LGBT Pride Month festivities!

Announcing the Eric Vega Scholarship

Mark.Miles
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Dream Town Realty is proud to announce the establishment of the Eric Vega Scholarship, a $1500 endowment to be awarded annually to a current college student or college-bound high school senior residing within the Chicago area.

Why Own Rental Property?

Mark.Miles
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When purchasing a property to rent to others, there are a host of factors--both pro and con--that you should be aware of before considering this investment.

What To Do Before You Sell

Mark.Miles
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Even after you've arrived at the important decision to sell your property, you still have a lot of preparation before you officially put your home on the market. Here are five important things to do before you let buyers know your home is available.

KEEP UP WINTER FITNESS WITH INDOOR CYCLING

James Barclay
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During winter, fewer daylight hours and more debris on the roadside make riding for fitness a big challenge. Thankfully, there are some great opportunities to ride indoors and still get a solid workout.

Dream Town Takes Action To Insure Its Brokers

Mark.Miles
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In a break from usual industry practices, we’re proud to announce our new plan to offer our individual brokers the same group insurance plan offered to full-time staff, provided at as low as half the price for individual policies. The shift in company policy was sparked by a recent announcement by health insurer Blue Cross Blue Shield that their “Blue PPO” plan would be discontinued at the end of 2015 and that replacement plans would exclude the city’s noted teaching hospitals.