Please Join Us In Welcoming Marge Naegele To Our Team!

A real estate broker since the late 90's, Marge Naegele doesn't let anything get in the way of her clients' success.  She has sold and listed properties in Algonquin, Chicago, Deer Park, Des Plaines, Harwood Heights, Huntley, Norridge, Oriole Park, Mount Prospect and Park Ridge.

She has helped out-of-state clients sell their homes while they have remained out of state, as well as those clients who are selling condominiums, single family houses, duplexes, two to four unit buildings and mixed use properties in their home towns. Catering to the senior population, Marge has helped seniors transition by assisting with uncluttering, estate sales, clean-out, and packing. She also assists with staging the home, doing home repairs, painting and refinishing hardwood floors. Marge also helps seniors understand their finances when moving to independent and assisted living. 

Marge explains the buying and selling process to all of her clients and helps them establish a strong supporting team, which includes their Real Estate Broker, Mortgage Professional, Inspector and Attorney.

Please contact Marge for all your real estate needs.

Thinking of Making a Career Change in the New Year?

Thinking of a new career in the New Year?  If it's the right time for you to start a new path, real estate can offer you a solid career with potential that is only limited by how much work you are willing to put into it. Here are a few of the reasons that real estate is a great career choice.

You can get started quickly. Pre-licensing classes are offered online and can be completed within several weeks. 

You do not have to go into debt for education and certifications.  The price of real estate courses and licensing exams are remarkably low in comparison to many other career training programs. Instead of beginning a new career thousands of dollars in debt, your education for your career in real estate can in most cases be paid in full with your first commission.

The potential for earning a substantial income is very good. There are few career paths that have created the level of wealth for as many people as real estate.

How To Find Out What Your Home Is REALLY Worth

If you're reading news publications, consuming social media posts, and/or watching the evening news, then you have probably been hearing a lot about the housing market and how home prices are increasing by healthy percentages around the nation.

What does this really mean to you?  If you saw a report that said home prices increased by 5% since this time last year, does that mean that the value of your home increased by 5%?

What it really means is that the average or median price of homes that sold increased by 5%. Your home may have not increased in value at all, or it may have increased by 10% or more.  It depends on where your home is located, and specifically, your particular neighborhood.  It also depends on the condition of your home as it relates to average homes in your neighborhood.

Don't be mislead by the websites that display the market value of your home . . . they are often wildly inaccurate.  There are only two ways to get an accurate determination of what the value of your home is today.