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A city get away

I'm interested in renting or buying a down town 1 bedroom type of place that we can visit once or twice a month and enjoy the city.

Maybe rent on occasion for vacationers or friends.

Please help me understand pricing and location issues.If you have any insight or a place to sell please help feed this crazy idea.

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Studio? - 1 bdrm? - 2 Bdrm? - Close to the water? - Close to Mich Ave and Tourist Crap? - Parking? - Highrise? - 3 Flat?

Not to be a dick but it really comes down to how much you want to spend - That will answer EVERY question above

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Depends upon where you want to be. I was in the West Loop right off of Monroe. I was 4 blocks for 290 and 4 blocks from 94. It was quiet, I had good bars a block away or great restaurants on Randolph St. 4 blocks away and could walk to Michigan Ave in 20 minutes.

I also like Bucktown/Wicker Park area. Great restaurants and little shops. This is busier than West Loop but I would live there in a heartbeat. The best location describer is North/Damen. It depends upon the experience you want. I like these neighborhoods for living. Bucktown has great restaurants, nightlife, cool hip shops.

What used to be $2,000 can now be had for $1,500-$1,600. I just talked to my wife about it, who was a realtor and rented apartments as well.

Here's what she said. If you want to be downtown, downtown.....Streeterville (right around Water Tower) is the most expensive. Gold coast is a little cheaper and will run $1,250 (decent) - $1,650 for nice with great view. However, if you need parking it will run another $150-$200 a month. Gold Coast will be busy and you will be sharing it with tons of tourists....like yourself

Right now is low rental time in Chicago and you can find better deals if something is open. If you are serious about it, I can have my wife put you in touch with one of her realtor friends because a lot of them are doing rentals now. It costs you NOTHING. Basically, the landlord pays a commission of 1 month rent and then the realtors end up splitting it 4 ways. This is a no brainer, because it doesn't ever cost you anything, they look rentals up on the MLS and do all the work for you.

Bucktown would be $200-$300 cheaper than Gold Coast.

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What Bug said, plus you need to keep in mind that in addition to your mortgage, you will have HOA fees. Just something to keep in mind. If you decide going into the rental business, that might make it worth it, but if just for yourself, springing for a hotel might be more economical.

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I have a plot of land on Milwaukee and Wood (a block south of damen/north ave) You build it (3 -4 condos and a commercial on the ground level) you can have one of the condos

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Once or twice a month?

Why don't you just stay at the Ritz? Wouldn't that be cheaper?

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Here's what she said. If you want to be downtown, downtown.....Streeterville (right around Water Tower) is the most expensive. Gold coast is a little cheaper and will run $1,250 (decent) - $1,650 for nice with great view. However, if you need parking it will run another $150-$200 a month. Gold Coast will be busy and you will be sharing it with tons of tourists....like yourself
Yes and no - SV is MUCH more tourist than GC as it is mainly Hotels and Old Highrises - GC will take you a bit further from the Water as SV runs along it

You can also get more for your $$ by going North - L Park, Wrigley, Ravenswood, etc etc - Think of it this way, the closer you are to Mich Ave and the Water, the more $$ you will shell out - There are some REAL nice properties down in the E Wacker Corridor where that little (9) hole Par 3 use to be

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I understand the whole stay in a hotel sensibilities but Keep in mind I'll need a tax rite off this next year as my home will be paid for.

these places down town look like a fair investment value.

North side like lawerance ave. Or near there.

$1500.seems about top maybe $1000.would be nice.Small place just the wife and I.

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I understand the whole stay in a hotel sensibilities but Keep in mind I'll need a tax rite off this next year as my home will be paid for.

these places down town look like a fair investment value.

North side like lawerance ave. Or near there.

$1500.seems about top maybe $1000.would be nice.Small place just the wife and I.
Lawrance is far north. What would you and your wife want to do in the city? I would think the closer to downtown you can get, the better.

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$1500.seems about top maybe $1000.would be nice.Small place just the wife and I.
You can get a Studio w/parking in a nice neighborhood along the water for that - If you want to be up north by Lawrence then you can prob score a 1 bdrm - You give up space when you go for neighborhood - Unless $$ is no object

I say if you want City, do City - Be downtown, take it all in - Summertime along the water is amazing - If it is just you and her, a Studio is all you need and you can get that right off the Water in a great Hood with AWESOME views and there will be something going on any weekend you come down in the Summer

Plus, when it comes time to sell, a Studio or 1 Bdrm in a GREAT hood will move faster as there is ALWAYS some new College Rich Kid Grad who's parents buy him his first pad so Dad can write it off

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Plus, when it comes time to sell, a Studio or 1 Bdrm in a GREAT hood will move faster as there is ALWAYS some new College Rich Kid Grad who's parents buy him his first pad so Dad can write it off
Maybe not to far off the idea.

Both of my older girls got full rides to school minus room and board.So when they're done I'll have the money i spend on their room and board to put towards this little studio.

I think your on the right path bug this is just a whim of an idea for the wife and I.I think maybe renting would be a better idea up front to see if it's our thing first.

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Gus, wanna split 50/50 and take alternating weekends? Just make sure to wash the sheets, these crabs itch like a mofo

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See now that has crossed my mind also.But it's hard to find happiness in these arrangements.

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Look into short sale properties. The market sucks right now and it's only supposed to keep dropping over the winter so you can pick up a great condo for cheap. Renting would not make any sense considering how crappy the market is. Just make sure you pay attention to HOA fees, especially if you rent something in a large building. Large buildings can have more foreclosures and that can increase your HOA dues (to cover the units that are FC'd and not paying).

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I only think renting would be best because of the possible "when the new wears off"possibility.

loss of interest on my wife's part could make the whole thing a mess and with a one year lease type of arrangement I could play out these issues without to much commitment.

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I understand the whole stay in a hotel sensibilities but Keep in mind I'll need a tax rite off this next year as my home will be paid for.

these places down town look like a fair investment value.

North side like lawerance ave. Or near there.

$1500.seems about top maybe $1000.would be nice.Small place just the wife and I.
Buy a big ass cabin cruiser boat, dock in downtown. the mortgage is tax writeoffable just like a house, its way cooler and you can move it from place to place. plus dock life is always a party.

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Gus, buy a plot of land up in michigan thats on the trail system or on a lake. 20k for the land, 12k for a nice RV to park on it, and then build a house on it when you retire.

If youre gonna buy in chicago, you have to consider taxes, drive time, parking, and the cost to actually go out and have fun there. And those are not fixed costs. They increase over time.

I personally wouldnt buy any property in chicago no matter how reasonable the cost looks at first

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I have the vacation home in wis.

Lets go.

I'm sure a boat big enough for the city is out of my price range.

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I have the vacation home in wis.

Lets go.

I'm sure a boat big enough for the city is out of my price range.
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One of my caterpillar mechanics does this. His place is paid off too and he needed the tax write off. He said its the best decision he ever made. Check into it.




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I believe if it has a head it can be called a residence.

Hence the term house boat.

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It has to have sleeping quarters and galley as well. It must also be occupied for 15 days.
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It has to have sleeping quarters and galley as well. It must also be occupied for 15 days.
recockulous... when you already own a home or 2 a boat in no way should even remotely count towards a tax dodge

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Only one can count as a second home. If you had a condo, boat and RV in addition to your primary residence, you could only pick one for the tax credit.
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As long as it has a bathroom, it can be written off like a second home. Same with RV's




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