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Sandra Limacher has been a licensed Realtor since 1986, and a top realtor on the North Shore for the past seven years. She has helped clients buy and sell homes up and down the North Shore, from Evanston to Highland Park and up to Lake Forest and Lake Bluff. Sandra also focuses on Chicago, and she has closed deals as far west as Hinsdale. Having lived in Winnetka for over 25 years, Sandra is an expert in the area.
Over her career, Sandra has worked with buyers and sellers at every stage of their lives, from first-timers to empty-nesters. She spent eight years partnering with a builder, and also has experience with foreclosures and short sales. Extremely focused, Sandra makes it a point to never drop the ball. She follows up on every occasion with honesty and devotion, and she will keep going and going until the task is complete.
Sandra's time as a flight attendant showed her how enjoyable it can be to work with people, and taught her how to be prepared to respond to any situation in a timely, efficient manner. The experience made her more patient, and helped perfect her listening skills. Extremely focused, Sandra makes it a point to never drop the ball.
In her free time, Sandra enjoys working out, including a four-mile daily run. She has completed three 60-mile walks for breast cancer and has volunteered weekly at a battered women's shelter for five years. A firm believer in giving back to her community, Sandra has volunteered at the New Trier food bank, she is a member of the Winnetka Historical Society, a member of the Winnetka Caucus, and Chairperson for the Diabetes Walk.
My ultimate goal is to make my clients happy in the quickest most effective way possible. I am not out there just to make sale; I listen to what my clients want, and with honesty and integrity I work hard to get the job done.
Clients are saying:
"Sandy is wonderful! She helped me find a home in Winnetka in 2010, and another home in Wilmette in 2016. Sandy is very knowledgeable about the market. She is a great resource."