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Patch's House & Home, Real Estate
What's selling in Mokena? A three-bedroom home in Pine Street sold for $147,500.
For about $400,000, you could buy a two-story home with a backyard pool, or a one-story home with a large, secluded back yard. What's it going to be?
Seventy-three percent of Patch responders guessed how much one of their Southland neighbors paid for this home. The correct answer: A) $362,500.
December 2012 unemployment rates in Will County are lower than the rates from December 2011, but rose compared to November 2012.
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For about $275,000, you could purchase a home in Oak Lawn or one in Evergreen Park. Do you look the look of one over the other? Why?
What's selling? A four-bedroom ranch recently sold for $342,500 in Foxford Lane.
Foreclosures priced from $189,000 to $354,400 are available in Mokena.
In the south suburbs, the unemployment rate dropped from August to September this year and is generally below the state average, according to data released last week.
Did you ever wonder what a half-million dollars would buy you? Come along for our weekly tour of The 5 Priciest Homes in the Southland. You'll see homes that have sold recently for between $415,000 and $500,000.
What's selling? A Mokena townhouse in Lakeview Way sold for $182,000.
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