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Buying or Selling an apartment building in Chicago? We have over 16 years of experience in selling multi-family apartment buildings. Whether it's a 2 flat, 3 flat, or 10 unit building we can help!
In Chicago, residential multi-family include properties with 2, 3, and 4 units. Apartment buildings with 5 or more units are considered commercial multi-family properties and will require a larger downpayment.
Search ALL multi-family properties for sale in Chicago's most popular neighborhoods.
Work with a Broker who specializes in multifamily real estate! The advantage is simple.
Properties are selling fast and at times properties are sold before they even hit the market because sellers prefer a quick sale to avoid any potential headaches with tenants. With years of experience in rehabbing and sales, we know what to look for during the 1st showing. Our advice will help you determine if the property is worth pursuing.
Financing options for Multi-family real estate in 2022 include the following:
• FHA - Requires a minimum of 3.5% down payment
• Conventional - Requires 20% down.
• Veterans and Military families - 100% financing is available through the VA program.
• Rehab Loan - Provides funding for acquisition and improvements. Downpayment varies.
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