Green Ivy Updates

Employee Spotlight – Meet Kate!

Meet Kate!   Tell us a little bit about yourself. I grew up in a small town in western Kansas with my mom, dad and four siblings. Being the middle of five children, I was the peacekeeper and just went with the flow of things. Growing up we spent breaks from school and time between […]

Considering Selling? Learn How Green Ivy Can Help!

  If you’re a current client that’s considering selling their home please reach out to us for a free comparable market analysis. We’d be more than happy to consult with you on the home selling process. Over the last few years we have helped countless clients sell their properties, resulting in a smooth transition between […]

Home Buying Made Simple with Green Ivy Realty

If you’re a tenant hoping to possibly purchase in the near future, Green Ivy Real Estate is here to make the dream of owning your first home a reality.   Our agents will guide you through the home buying process every step of the way, helping you avoid the many pitfalls first time home buyers often […]

The State of the Rental Market – Winter 2020/2021

As we enter into a new year, filled with hope and optimism, we are provided a perfect opportunity to reflect upon the lessons we have learned in 2020. As a property management company, our employees are deeply engaged in our local community. We’ve seen first hand the ups and downs, swings and roundabouts of our […]

How Can The 2021 COVID-19 Stimulus Package Help You?

The most recent COVID-19 stimulus bill, passed by Congress on December 27th,  is a sweeping piece of legislation that includes 900 billion dollars of relief funds for Americans. There is a whole host of funds appropriated for rental assistance, much of which is earmarked for Illinois and Chicago. Many tenants and landlords alike face a […]

COVID 19 – How Green Ivy is Adjusting Their Practices to Ensure the Safety of Your Home

Operating a property management company in the midst of a global pandemic has been at the very least a challenging experience. In late February it became clear that  COVID-19 presented a clear threat not only to our operations, but more importantly to the health of our tenants, employees, and vendors. By the time Governor Pritzker […]