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A guide to renter’s insurance

Renter’s insurance is not always required by every landlord, but in the long run, having coverage could save you thousands of dollars! Similar to auto or other insurance policies, Renter’s insurance, monthly premiums are paid to secure your assets in … Continue reading

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A Commuter Friendly Addition to Wicker Park

Anchoring the corner of Ashland and Division, the once abandoned corner formerly occupied by the Pizza Hut will now be home to one of Chicago’s very first purely commuter buildings. The 1611 W Division development is moving along at a … Continue reading

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Longer Brown Line Commute to Start 3/1/2013

  If you frequent the Brown line, be prepared for delays for two 9 days stretches in March and April! A “comprehensive alternative service plan incorporating additional bus service, shuttle buses, some rerouted trains, and a Loop shuttle train” will … Continue reading

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Low Vacancy Rates Make Renting Difficult

A recent article in the Chicago Tribune shed more light on why the rental market has been so difficult for renters this year! With low vacancy rates, landlords are receiving higher rents while fewer and fewer apartments come available. This … Continue reading

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Great apartment at 1436 W Erie!

Located in the Heart of East Village, this spectacular corner apartment features great natural light, bay windows, modern kitchen, spacious queen sized bedroom, laundry in building and more! Close to both the Blue Line at Chicago Ave and the Chicago … Continue reading

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Unique Apartment, Rare Find

Located just off Damen, this spectacular one bedroom with den is spread out over two full floors! Upstairs you will find a immaculate kitchen with stainless steel appliances and granite counters, large open living area, fireplace and access to the … Continue reading

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Renewal Rates High, Prices Are Too

As the 2012 Rental Season heats up, communications with many of Rentology’s property owners has revealed a larger than average renewal rate among their current tenants. Since many renters negotiated the rental prices of their current apartment, landlords are now … Continue reading

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Moving Out of the Basement

Recent improvements in the job market have helped many post-graduates who moved home after college. Now, with a better jobs available, and a few more bucks in their pockets, many are moving our of their parents basements (or old bedroom) … Continue reading

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Rentology is excited to announce the launch of it’s brand new website which went live today, April 6th, 2012! Our web address has not changed, but just about everything else has! Streamlined to make our website moreĀ navigableĀ and user friendly, our … Continue reading

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