Two of the best second-home stores in Chicago have been added to a national list of the nation’s second-most-valuable brands.
The second-ranked Chicago Second Hand Store ranked No. 1 in the latest BrandIndex report.
The BrandIndex rankings are based on a comprehensive list of more than 6,000 second- and third-hand store brands.
Chicago’s second and third homes are among the most valuable properties in the country.
A second home can be worth up to $600,000, according to the Chicago Department of Landmarks.
The first home in Chicago’s historic Loop neighborhood is worth $2.5 million.
Chicago Secondhand Store is one of two Chicago properties listed in the top 20, along with the Chicago Second Home and the Chicago First Home.
The Second Hand store is the second most valuable Chicago home, at No. 6.
The Chicago First home is the third most valuable property in the city.
Chicago First homes are valued at $8.2 million.
The Chicago Second home is No. 4 in the list of second-oldest properties in Chicago.
Chicago Second Hand Shop, located at 2134 N. Clybourn St., has been listed in BrandIndex for 20 years.
The building was purchased in 2011 by owner Bob Hochman.
The store has been the subject of several renovations, including adding a second story.
Chicago is the only city in the nation to list two Chicago Second-Hand stores on the list.
The other two are in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
The BrandIndex study also includes a second-place ranking for Chicago Second Houses and a second place ranking for Second-Home Owners.
The study is based on surveys of nearly 4,500 second-homes across the country, with the second-highest survey score coming from the Minneapolis area.
The survey was conducted by The Home Depot Association, the National Association of Home Builders and the National Home Build Association.
The second-to-last ranking comes from Chicago, which is ranked No 1 on the National BrandIndex.
The national BrandIndex survey is conducted every two years.