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Are you planning to buy or sell a multi-family apartment building in Irving Park? Irving Park is a highly desirable neighborhood among first time buyers and investors due to its proximity to downtown, Lake Michigan, and the Northwest suburbs. Irving Park is one of 77 community areas in Chicago within the Northwest Side District. Irving Park has several neighborhoods within: Irving Park, Old Irving, Independence Park, Kilbourn Park, and South Old Irving.
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You will find both brick or frame two-flats and three flats throughout Irving Park. Most 4 Flats are brick or stone buildings. Apartment buildings for sale in Irving Park tend to sell fairly quickly for the following reasons: 1) Prices for 2-4 units are still affordable which makes financial sense to new and experienced buyers; 2) Location is another important factor for buyers of these type of properties and Irving Park meets this criteria with plenty of options when it comes to mass transportation, restaurants and parks.
Prices for multi-family homes in Irving Park have basically doubled in the last 8 years. In 2012 the average price was at approximately $225,500 and in 2020 the average price was just over $470,000.
Chicago real estate source brokers have the expertise to help you negotiate a successful sale or purchase of your multi-family home. If you’re looking for an Irving Park real estate broker to help you achieve your goals, call or text us today 312-788-7079 or contact us to schedule a private consultation.