Fewer Chicago apartment buildings are falling into foreclosure, the Chicago Tribune reports today. Last year, there were 2,800 foreclosure cases filed against city apartment buildings, a 30 percent drop compared to the year before. But affordable housing advocates told the newspaper that more needs to be done to enforce ordinances protecting renters when foreclosures do occur. Read more in today’s Chicago Tribune.
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