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About Ali Lerner
Ali Lerner is a passionate, strategic and resourceful full-time real estate broker. She is a Chicagoland and neighborhood expert, specializing in the Deerfield, Highland Park, Northbrook, Glenview, Glencoe, Wilmette, Winnetka, Bannockburn, Riverwoods, Lincolnshire, Buffalo Grove and Vernon Hills real estate markets.
Whether you are a first time buyer or a seasoned investor, Ali works tirelessly to ensure every client's unique needs are met and exceeded. Ali understands how significant and daunting the home buying and selling process can be. She goes above and beyond to eliminate stressors and create positive and seamless experiences. Ali's number 1 motivation is the present and future happiness of her clients.
Along with dedication and passion, Ali's vast Marketing expertise and commitment to education is an invaluable asset in the Real Estate industry which translates to RESULTS.
In 2005, she received a B.S. in Consumer Journalism: Marketing and PR from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, graduating with highest honors. She later went on to complete advanced courses in Digital Marketing and Social Media at the University of Chicago. 95% of buyers search for their future homes online. Ali's progressive understanding and utilization of the latest, most effective digital marketing tools provide measurable results that ultimately sell properties quickly.
Ali Lerner was raised in Northbrook, IL and currently resides in Deerfield with her husband, daughter, son and 2 dogs. They are active members of the community and appreciate the many perks of a Chicago North Shore residency; including top schools, great parks and safe neighborhoods.
In addition to real estate, Ali enjoys design and DIY projects, family cuddle sessions, barre workouts, documentaries and all things wedding related. She is highly connected and well versed in the local and National interior design industry, sharing unique inspiration on her Instagram and Facebook feeds. Ali is also an avid sports fan who takes her March Madness brackets seriously.