Natalie Weiland

Natalie Weiland


About Me

With more than 10 years' experience as a licensed real estate agent, a degree from one of the top universities in the world and a background that includes sales, marketing, finance and analysis, it's not surprising that Natalie consistently outperforms the market.

Born and raised in England, Natalie received her degree in Mathematics and Management and began her career in the airline industry. After relocating to Chicago in 2001, she made her first real estate investment in Lincoln Park and has continued working and investing in real estate ever since. She got her Green Designation in 2009 and became a Short sale and Foreclosure expert in 2010.

Natalie represents buyers and sellers in Chicago and throughout the Northshore, tailoring each approach with her clients' needs and the local market conditions. She gets involved in every part of the process, works hard, is up for any challenge and wants to be your partner in real estate for the long term.

Natalie has lived in Lincoln Park, Lakeview and Wilmette. She enjoys traveling and exploring the outdoors with her husband, two children and dog. She is also actively involved at her children's schools and unwinds at the end of the day by doing yoga, learning to play the piano and tending to her organic garden.


Clients are saying:

"Natalie helped me buy my first home and I cannot say enough positive things about her. I wasn't living in Chicago at the time so I had to make multiple visits and cram a ton of showings in those short visits. Natalie made sure each visit was as productive as possible. She also had a great deal of patience as I changed my mind about the area and type of home I wanted. She really got to know my taste and could easily anticipate what I would and wouldn't like so we did not waste time. After years I have zero regrets about my home purchase and she negotiated a great deal. I would and do recommend her to anyone I know that is looking to purchase and will definitely look to her if I ever decide to sell."