Breckenfield real estate is looking for buyers to buy the building it has been using as a home for nearly 30 years.
It has lost out to a group of people who have been renting for years in the Midwest and South, who want to stay and see if they can find an apartment in Breckfield, Ill., a suburb of Chicago, for $4,500 per month.
For the past decade, Breck is home to the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
The university and other university-affiliated organizations have also used the building as a student housing, housing the school’s medical faculty and some faculty of engineering.
The real estate market in Brech has been volatile since the housing crash.
It has been one of the most expensive areas in the country for homebuyers.
The area has also had a high percentage of students, many of whom move to the area for jobs, housing and the local economy.
The market is still strong and there is a good chance for a rental increase in the coming months.
Renters were more likely to be white than African-American in Brechentown, a black neighborhood in Brecksville, Ill.
But those demographics have changed over the past few years.
The city’s black population dropped from 6.5 percent in 1990 to 2.8 percent in 2015, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.