Open Housing

Almost every single weekend we like to stalk the local Old Town house listings to see what is new to the market and what is going to be open each Sunday. If an old house peaks our interest, we head out to snoop around, rain or shine, freezing cold or blistering sun. We're obsessed, we know, but we're passionate about these old homes. Every time we check out a house we think you'll like (or really hate), we'll share it here in our "Open Housing" section.
As some of our readers know, earlier this year I made a big career transition, leaving behind the field of non-profit marketing to enter the fun and exciting world of real estate. It's been a big change, but one that I've welcomed with open arms. As a licensed Realtor with...
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Oh boy, do we ever have a house for you today! This is the sort of house that Open Housing was made for, and we're really excited to share it with you!There's a particular block in Old Town that is home to some of the most historic and beautiful old...
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Over the winter we tend to go through a bit of withdrawal when it comes to our Open Housing addiction. During the colder months the market tends to soften some and far fewer homes show up on the weekly open house listings. However, when spring arrives, so too do the...
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While our last two Open Housing posts dealt with two very large and expensive homes in the Rosemont area, you don't have to worry about us, we're not straying too far from our roots. We're still venturing through the homes available in the friendly and familiar confines of Old Town....
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Last week we introduced a spacious and recently renovated home to you in the first part of our Rumble in Rosemont series. That same weekend we also toured another house located just about four houses down the block. This second home, though a similar size, price point, and age as...
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This past weekend Wendy and I took a little time out of our hectic schedules to do as we often do on Sundays and visit a few open houses. While we tend to gravitate to various Old Town houses, friends of ours are somewhat smitten with the nearby Rosemont neighborhood....
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It's been a little while since our last Open Housing post, but that doesn't mean we haven't been out there surveying the field and checking out the local inventory of homes on the market. Oh no-sir-ree, we have been busy, just haven't seen anything worth writing about of late, well,...
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It's been a little while since our last Open Housing post, what with the crazy work we've been doing on our kitchen of late. But we'll still take a break from all of that work to venture into open house or two in the area. Today we have an interesting...
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I hope you've all enjoyed the 2012 edition of Week of Alex. It's been a crazy hectic week while Wendy's been away, and I'm very happy she's back in town. Aside from being the person I rely on to help keep things running smoothly, I notice how much more silent...
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The number of houses on the market in and around Old Town has seemingly skyrocketed lately. It feels like every time we check the latest listings we are excitedly saying to each other, "hey, look at which house is on the market!" To which the other person usually responds, "oh,...
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