With the outbreak of Coronavirus, Governor Pritzker ordered Illinois residents to shelter indoors, giving up daily activities like going to work and eating out. However, that doesn’t mean you can’t go outside to take a walk or go for a drive. In fact, getting out safely reduces cabin fever and gets you to places you normally do not visit. Here we focus on attractions in Chicago’s south suburbs that your family can enjoy while practicing social-distancing.
Executive Building Maintenance is a cleaning company with 60 years of experience providing environmental services for hospitals, medical centers, and a myriad of other entities throughout the Midwest. We’ve asked them to write a guest blog for our communities. The following is their detailed guide to help the average homeowner effectively clean their home during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Hillcrest Property Management’s top priority has always been to deliver excellent service to our clients. Given the COVID-19 pandemic, we are taking every precaution possible to protect the health and safety of our team and their families. Therefore, in step with much of the rest of the country, we will be working remotely and the office will be closed beginning Wednesday, March 18th until further notice.
Warmer, sun-shining days are right around the corner for Illinois residents. You may already be planning your first Spring outing to a park or a conservatory. If you live near Oak Park, you’re in for a treat! Managed by the Park District of Oak Park, Mills Park is the perfect destination for anyone to spend some relaxing time outdoors reconnecting with nature. Read on, and you may just find yourself there very soon!
From real estate investment to property management. From Highcrest to Hillcrest. Joel Garson’s eye for opportunity and endless energy has taken him from a three-person team to over 50 employees, through the fastest-changing time in human history.
In our previous condominium security system article, we demonstrated that there’s more to consider for a modern HOA security system than you may be aware. In this article, we explain the factors in choosing the right security systems for condominiums, and what your maintenance program should entail.
Whether considering HOA security for a two-flat condo or a multi-building community with hundreds of units, security cameras are a key component to security and safety. In this article, we cover laws and guidelines when it comes to HOA security, the reasons to use a condominium security system, and why cameras aren’t the only component of security to be aware of.
Holiday season 2019 is in full swing! Many cities are lighting their Christmas trees, setting up holiday light displays, and indulging in sweet treats. Chicago and the suburbs offer up plenty of holiday activities to participate in. Check out our five favorite suburban Chicago holiday activities that we guarantee you won’t want to miss.
Beginning January 1, 2020, adults 21 years of age and older will be able to purchase and possess up to 30 grams of marijuana for recreational use. To avoid issues and keep the peace, Illinois condominium associations will want to get rules and regulations in place before then.