607 Central Ave. Highland Park, IL 60035
HIGHLAND PARK OFFICE
My Professional Success:
A recognized leader in real estate on the North Shore for more than 25 years, Debbie Scully has completed over $500 million in transactions throughout her career. Debbie is more than just a North Shore expert, as her daily life has revolved around the neighborhood for more than 25 years. She understands and enjoys Highland Park’s vast array of housing stock, and is familiar with everything the city has to offer.
Experienced with both buyers and sellers, Debbie was a part of the largest sale in Highland Park at over $17 million. Her clients range from first-time buyers to those seeking luxury, as well as buyers and sellers who are on their third or fourth home. Debbie has strong relationships with builders of new construction, and has also formed solid bonds with other agents in the area, leading to even more successful closings.
Overall, Debbie’s main goal is to exceed her clients’ expectations. This dedicated focus, along with an in-depth understanding of the market and her professional expertise, has led to continued success. A consistant top producer over the past 20+ years, she ranks in the top 1% of agents at @properties. A "Road to the Rolex" winner, she is the Highland Park office top producer for 2014. She has been recognized in Chicago Magazine as a Five Star Real Estate award winner each year since 2011 and received national recognition by placing in the top 1% of agents in the country. A smart and strategic negotiator, Debbie’s clients always come first.
Born and raised in New York, Debbie enjoyed a rich business background before earning her real estate license. After receiving a bachelor’s degree from the University of Pennsylvania, Debbie worked as a pediatric nurse at Boston Children’s Hospital for two years, after which she received a scholarship grant from the National Institute of Health and earned a master’s degree from New York University. She enjoyed several years in hospital administration before switching to the business side of healthcare with a successful career selling medical products and services. Debbie gained compassion from nursing and business expertise from sales, which she combines daily as a successful real estate agent.
Debbie moved to Highland Park in 1986, and has lived in the area ever since. Her two daughters were raised in the Highland Park school system, making Debbie more than just a North Shore expert, as her daily life has revolved around the neighborhood for more than 25 years. She understands and enjoys Highland Park’s vast array of housing stock, and is familiar with everything the city has to offer. Spending time with her family is one of her main priorities, and in her free time she enjoys cooking, golf, bridge, and travel.
Honesty and integrity are extremely important to me, as is seeing every transaction through to the end - meaning the closing, not just the contract. Whether you are buying or selling a home, the process is a team effort and your goals and interests are my only concern. I will earn your trust and exceed your expectations.
"Debbie is the consummate professional. She is easy to work with, very responsive and knowledgeable about the area housing market. Debbie has been our broker to both buy and sell our homes. I would (and do) recommend her anyone looking for a broker."
- A. M.
"I LOVED working with Debbie! I was unfamiliar with Highland Park, and she was extremely knowledgeable about the area, the market, and the schools. She helped me find the perfect home for our family. She was always patient, and always willing to show us a house. I would highly recommend her, and use her again!"
- A. A.
"Debbie was amazing not only with her knowledege of the market but her ability to navigate thru 3 transactions on both buying and selling representation over a 3 year period.She was able to asses all of our needs as a client and was available at every junction When we needed her expertise ."
- S. G.
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