Bronzeville: A Vibrant Chicago Neighborhood Full of History

Bronzeville—Chicago’s flourishing multicultural epicenter—is known for its rich history, diverse community, and vibrant culture. Home to legendary musician Louis Armstrong, Pulitzer Prize-winner Gwendolyn Brooks, and infamous civil rights activist Ida B. Wells, Bronzeville is well known for its Victorian-era architecture, 19th-century mansions, monuments, libraries, galleries, and more. Bronzeville also boasts a diverse business community where … Continued

Remember the Alamo (And San Antonio)! Why This City Is A Big Market in the Lone Star State

As the second-largest city in Texas, San Antonio offers a vibrant blend of Mexican and Texan culture. Home to the historic Alamo and located only 150 miles from the border of Mexico, San Antonio is filled with rich history and mirrors the Spanish architecture of the 18th century. According to the U.S. Census, San Antonio … Continued

Why Texas is Becoming the Next Big Thing for Multi-Family Housing

“Texas is a state of mind. Texas is an obsession.” So wrote John Steinbeck in “Travels with Charley“ following his epic 10,000-mile road trip in the early sixties. Today, Texas is more than a state of mind; it is also an economic powerhouse. Its $1.6 trillion GDP surpasses that of Canada, Mexico and Russia. In … Continued

Understanding the Chicago Market

Since Chicago’s incorporation as a city in 1837, its strategic location has spurred commerce, industry, and near-constant evolution. Mark Twain rightly observed, “She is always a novelty; for she is never the Chicago you saw when you passed through the last time.” Since the famous writer penned those words, the qualities that inspired his insight have been multiplied many … Continued