Thinking about buying or selling a Jefferson Park multi-family building? We have 16 years of experience selling multi-family properties in the area. Our experience and market knowledge will help you achieve your goals and avoid pitfalls.
Multi-family real estate in Jefferson Park is currently one of the hot trending neighborhoods. First time buyers and seasoned investors are competing for properties, especially for two flats and three flats. Jefferson Park is sought after due to its ideal location in the Northwest side of Chicago and easy access to public transportation.
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While the majority of Jefferson Park homes are single family homes, there are great opportunities in multi-family real estate. You will find plenty of two flats and three flats in Jefferson Park and a few hidden four flats. It is best to work with an agent familiar with the neighborhood to find the right investment for you.
Prices for multi-family homes in Jefferson Park in the last 10 years have increased approximately 55%. In 2010 the average price was approximately $252,000 and in 2020 the average price was about $392,000.
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 a Jefferson 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.
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