I represent buyers, sellers, renters and investors in Chicago from the Gold Coast to Logan Square, South Loop to Lincoln Square with properties ranging from the mid-two hundreds to the mid two millions. Over the past three years I've expanded my reach to the Western Suburbs including La Grange, Oak Park, Elmhurst, Downers Grove and Brookfield, just to name a few. My clients range from first time home buyers to sophisticated real estate investors.
I know how stressful the home buying or selling process can be, but it is all worth it when I know that I have helped my clients make the right choices.
Contact me with any questions. I will be more than happy to help.
Clients are saying:
"Above all else, Bob is a knowledgeable and patient realtor. He provided us with valuable information about properties, negotiation skills, and resources to help us achieve our house goals. We are very grateful to have had Bob as our realtor and have already recommended him to our family and friends. Thank you!"
"Bob is fantastic. As frustrating as the home buying process can be, he was truly a pleasure to work with. Especially as a first time home buyer, he took the time and explained every step of the process and told us what to expect at every turn. He's aggressive when it comes to finding you homes to look at, but very laid back when it comes time for you to decide on the right home for you. I never felt rushed or pressured. Bob drove 45 minutes each way over a 6-month period to meet me at view almost 50 different properties. Best of all is his knowledge of not only the markets, but homes and construction, etc. He points out items to look for and different things to think about. He's the only realtor I'll ever use."
"Bob Did a great job helping me find my new home! I would recommend him to anyone looking to buy or sell."
"Bob was simply amazing!"
"Bob McCorry was an incredibly competent, patient and extraordinary broker. I would not hesitate to recommend him to anyone and I would not hesitate to use him again in the future. I cannot thank him enough for what he did."