Contact: Paul Johnson, 773-985-3377. Great 1 bed unit close of University of Chicago, can walk or take bus to campus, walk to Target, Mesler, Whole Foods, Jolly Pumpkin, & Lake Michigan. Fully furnish apartment includes heat, water, garage, & scavenger. Features an updated bathroom, fold up breakfast bar, and double bed. All tenants must pass credit/background check. Nonrefundable application f...
Contact: Kass Leasing, 312-600-0989. 5337-43 N Damen in Ravenswood in the 60640 zip code This is a must see 2 bedroom located in Ravenswood. Walk to Clark St in Andersonville where there are tons of shops, restaurants, coffee houses and nightlife. Close to schools, public transportation and expressway. Apartment features: - Hardwood floors - Central heat (window units for a/c) - Plenty of close...
You ll feel right at home in a newly updated apartment at 5300 S. Blackstone. No matter the season, you ll live in comfort with the central heat and air. Experience the convenience of a brand-new washer-dryer in your apartment. Apartments offer an remodeled kitchen with stainless appliances, shaker cabinets, subway tile backsplash, slate flooring, and stone counters. Enjoy living in the middle ...
This home is in preforeclosure, which means the homeowner is in default (missed payments). Therefore, there could be an opportunity to strike a great deal with the owner and the bank.
This is a Real Estate-Owned (REO)/post-foreclosure home owned or managed by a bank. All offers are considered; however, the highest and best will most likely be accepted.
This is a Real Estate-Owned (REO)/post-foreclosure home owned or managed by a bank. All offers are considered; however, the highest and best will most likely be accepted.
This is a Real Estate-Owned (REO)/post-foreclosure home owned or managed by a bank. All offers are considered; however, the highest and best will most likely be accepted.
This home is in preforeclosure, which means the homeowner is in default (missed payments). Therefore, there could be an opportunity to strike a great deal with the owner and the bank.
This is a Real Estate-Owned (REO)/post-foreclosure home owned or managed by a bank. All offers are considered; however, the highest and best will most likely be accepted.
This is a Real Estate-Owned (REO)/post-foreclosure home owned or managed by a bank. All offers are considered; however, the highest and best will most likely be accepted.
This is a Real Estate-Owned (REO)/post-foreclosure home owned or managed by a bank. All offers are considered; however, the highest and best will most likely be accepted.
This home is in preforeclosure, which means the homeowner is in default (missed payments). Therefore, there could be an opportunity to strike a great deal with the owner and the bank.
This home is in preforeclosure, which means the homeowner is in default (missed payments). Therefore, there could be an opportunity to strike a great deal with the owner and the bank.
This home is in preforeclosure, which means the homeowner is in default (missed payments). Therefore, there could be an opportunity to strike a great deal with the owner and the bank.
This home is in preforeclosure, which means the homeowner is in default (missed payments). Therefore, there could be an opportunity to strike a great deal with the owner and the bank.
This is a Real Estate-Owned (REO)/post-foreclosure home owned or managed by a bank. All offers are considered; however, the highest and best will most likely be accepted.
This home is in preforeclosure, which means the homeowner is in default (missed payments). Therefore, there could be an opportunity to strike a great deal with the owner and the bank.
This home is in preforeclosure, which means the homeowner is in default (missed payments). Therefore, there could be an opportunity to strike a great deal with the owner and the bank.
This home is in preforeclosure, which means the homeowner is in default (missed payments). Therefore, there could be an opportunity to strike a great deal with the owner and the bank.
This home is in preforeclosure, which means the homeowner is in default (missed payments). Therefore, there could be an opportunity to strike a great deal with the owner and the bank.