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A licensed realtor, Wendy McCreight is steadfast in her devotion to the protection of her client's best interests. A Chicago broker with the #1 brokerage in market shares, @properties, Wendy's extensive background in real estate makes her an invaluable asset when buying or selling a home in Chicagoland. Wendy leverages a background in corporate sales and real estate investment to evaluate market trends, properly price listings from the beginning, and safeguard one of the biggest investments a person can make in their lifetime: their home.
Wendy is an advocate for her clients, helping them with expertise and genuine care to make well-rounded and ultimately successful buying and selling decisions. With a comprehensive background in real estate, including real estate investment, Wendy has facilitated the acquisition of over 300 properties.
Having a good eye for design was integral to her success, as was her ability to property manage and perform her very own staging, renovating, finishes selection and interior decorating. Specialiazing in home remodeling, she works closely with sellers in staging a home and getting it ready before placing it on the market. Wendy understands the delicate balance of "home" as a financial investment as well as an emotional investment-and her goal for buyers is to find the right home that considers their overall needs.
Wendy has worked in sales her entire life, most recently with a Fortune 50 company, and her professionalism and stellar customer service speaks to that experience. Wendy lives with her husband in the West Suburbs with their Miniature Schnauzer, Zoe. She enjoys exercising, home decor, traveling and enjoying everything Chicago has to offer.
Member, Chicago Association REALTORS ®
Clients are saying:
"Wendy is amazing! I bought the place from out of town and she helped me even after closing with every aspect of making the place turnkey the second I got into town. Most agents wont do anything once you close but she's been incredible all the way through."