Mary Cavanagh

Mary Cavanagh

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About Me

Mary grew up in Mount Prospect, Illinois. After graduating from St. Mary's College in Winona, Minnesota, she worked at Baker McKenzie, a prominent multinational law firm, as a Litigation Paralegal. Mary lived in Chicago for several years before she moved to Arlington Heights, Illinois, where she has resided and raised her five children for over 20 years.

Mary's love of interior design and meeting new people led her to a career in Real Estate. She is a hardworking full-time agent and negotiator, who has experience working with both buyers and sellers. Mary enjoys searching for the perfect property for her clients in order to provide the greatest service and satisfaction. Mary, a Certified Staging Consultant, is a member of the National Association of REALTORS®.

In her free time, Mary loves traveling, dining out and backyard barbeques with family and friends. Mary feels there is nothing better than a party with delicious food and drink and being surrounded by her favorite people.

Clients are saying:

"We cannot recommend Mary enough. As first time home buyers, we were extremely green in the process. She helped us through the few neighborhoods we had narrowed down and showed us the properties we had found online, as well as a few others that were in the same general area and price range. She also knew to rule out a couple that she knew we would not like the location too. She showed us various options, but we were lucky enough to find what we wanted pretty quickly. Where her expertise really came into play was through the purchasing process. We had no idea what we were getting into. She walked us through the negotiation, offering advice when necessary but also making sure to follow our wishes. There were several instances where we had questions on what was going on that she masterfully talked us through and put our worries at ease. This whole process was even more complicated due to the fact we were purchasing from a relocation company. Even still, she couldn't have been any better. We could not recommend her enough!"