Imagine what you would like in your next home. Are you looking for the bright lights, a downtown city location? Or does a neighborhood with parks suit your needs better? Are you thinking a single family home, a condo or a 2-flat?
Or maybe it is time to move to a different re-imagined home. Thinking about selling your home and moving on?
Recent studies have shown that one of the top five things that will make your real estate experience successful is having an agent who is familiar with the area. An agent who is familiar with the area knows about the listings in the area and can tell you about them. The agent can guide you either in your purchase or the sale of your property because they know the comparable properties.
Stephen Northey is the person to help bring your imagination to life. Stephen is a Chicagoan. He was raised in Oak Park and went to school at Loyola University. He then worked at the Chicago Board of Trade where he honed his negotiation skills. He and his family settled into Chicago where he is active in the community. His local Chicago Public School knows him for his great attitude and helpfulness and the local teams know him for his willingness to coach.
He knows the area.
One of the other top five attributes is the ability of the agent to listen. This is another area where Stephen excels. He listens to you to see how your imagination can come to life and he works with you to find your ideal – whether you are buying or selling. He is only happy when you are happy.
Other attributes from the survey were organization, attention to detail, and quickness of response. Again, attributes you will see when you work with Stephen. He is so attentive that you will think you are his only client.
Your search for the ideal agent has ended once you meet Stephen.
Contact Stephen to help you imagine your next adventure. He has all the knowledge, experience, talent and drive to bring your imagination to life.
Come be apart of the future of the Historic Copeland House. On a massive 1acre professionally landscaped yard.Forest Avenue is the Heart of the Frank Lloyd Wright Historic District. The home was built in 1873 and then redesigned inside and out by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1909.Large rooms, high ceilings and beautiful architectural details throughout the home.Geometric art glass front door and thru out first floor exterior doors as well as Wright Designed dining room built in. Both the over sized kitchen and dining room have access to an intimate dining porch.The second floor has five large bedrooms plus an office and two full baths. The third floor attic remodeled would make an incredible master suite or family space. The lower level has a newer bed,bath plus play,billards& storage rooms.The Wright designed CoachHouse(1908) is a full amenity 1bed1bath. Come home to all Oak Park has to offer;dining,art,theater&music.Award winning schools,sports programs and parks.