Jeff Steele Former Contributor

Jeff Steele launched his freelance writing career in 1989 and has since produced more than 5,000 bylined articles for a wide array of traditional and web-based publications. He began covering real estate in 1991 with an article on the renovation of Chicago’s illustrious Union Station for the Chicago Tribune‘s Real Estate section.

That first foray into real estate led to his producing hundreds of articles for all of the Tribune’s traditional real estate sections, Friday Your Place, Saturday New Homes and Sunday Real Estate, where he covered many facets of residential real estate. Subsequent real estate writing has included pieces for both consumer and trade publications, including, Barron’s, Commercial Property Executive, Modern Luxury, Multi-Housing News and Units, among many others.