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Love Where You Live Chicago!
With 17 years of experience as a Chicago Realtor and 3 decades and counting as a Chicago resident, my love for this city is reflected in my work. My aim is to share that body of knowledge with you as you prepare for a purchase or sale, absorb any stress and anxiety through to closing, and represent your best interests in real estate investment each and every day.
Responsiveness to your specific needs, prompt and clear communication, and comprehensive market education are my paramount priorities and the skills I focus on.
The essence of real estate is the relationship between people and the place where they live.
Chicago is my roots, my home and my best teacher.
In my 35 years here, I've lived at 11 different addresses, spanning 6 neighborhoods. I've had the outstanding privilege of growing up in a cosmopolitan city and learning from it: attending an outstanding Chicago public school for 9 years, then to a near south-side Jesuit High School, and returning from earning my Bachelor of Arts from the University of Vermont to earn my Law Degree from De Paul University School of Law.
Growing up in Chicago was invaluable in shaping my worldview, morality, and work ethic. Without question Chicago is a part of me and I genuinely care about it's overall health, progress, and evolution.
Contact me today if you have any Real Estate related questions or if you are considering buying or selling in this market. I am happy to share my insights and full energy, so you can continue to Love where you live!
Clients are saying:
"My wife and I found a property we really like, but it was a short sale. We had no experience with this type of purchase.The sellers were difficult, the property had some key challenges, and the entire process was long and tedious. Throughout, Pat Smith was composed and dedicated, offering great communication, advice and insight along the way. Through much tribulation, we finally bought the property we wanted, and without Pat it could not have been possible."