Check out photos and prices of homes that are showing in Tinley Park.
- PATCH'S HOUSE & HOME
- Bob Bong
Saturday, January 5
Hunting for a new home? Just want to see what's for sale in the area? Then scroll through the photo gallery above for pricing information and times of open houses this weekend. Are you holding an open house this weekend? Add it to the page by posting photos of your home and all the details to the gallery with the other residences. Check out recent property transactions in Tinley Park in our Sold! feature. For even more home and garden stories, check out our House & Home section. Two Ways to Stay Connected to Tinley Park Patch:
Foreclosures priced from $44,900 to $259,999 are for sale in Tinley Park.
The following properties are listed as foreclosures up for sale in Tinley Park, according to Aol Real Estate. Click on each address to view photos of the property. 1. 6221 179th Street, Tinley Park 60477 Features: 4 bed, 4 bath, 2,647 square feet Price: $259,999 2. 9241 Pleasant Avenue, Tinley Park 60477 Features: 5 bed, 3 bath, 1,040 square feet Price: $214,000 3. 18309 65th Street, Tinley Park 60477 Features: 2 bed, 2 bath, 1,589 square feet Price: $185,300 4. 17040 West Circle Drive, Tinley Park 60477 Features: 2 beds, 2 baths, 1,600 square feet. Price: $134,000 (Price reduced from $149,900) 5. 6291 Misty Pines Court, Tinley Park 60477 Features: 2 bed, 2 bath, 1,560 square feet Price: $119,900 Looking for more Tinley Park foreclosures…
Local homeowner suggests doing homework before moving forward on a new roof project. Factors to consider: age of the home, credentials of contractors and, of course, price. What's your limit?
Deciding whether to replace your roof is a little bit like deciding whether to buy a new car. Do you want that new roof? Or do you NEED it? When trying to answer the question of how long is too long to wait to replace your roof, most homeowners begin by asking more questions. How old is the existing roof? Is it showing tell-tale signs of wear-and-tear? And how much money is stashed away in that rainy-day fund? New Lenox resident Jackie Vogen said it’s important to put in some time and research before making such a big decision. She and her husband, Ken, recently hired Frankfort-based Hamstra Enterprises to put a new roof on their 21-year-old home. “We have a friend in the business of building homes,” Jackie said. “He recommended Hamstra. …