I'm experienced in all the areas you are interested in & can definitely walk you through the process as a 1st time home buyer.
I'm probably a little late in answering this as you first posted the question in January...anyway, if you are still looking for an agent please contact me.
Eric P. Egeland
Thank you, Michael Stangel Keller Williams Realty Partners (773) 203 1559
Feel free to start searching manually at one of the top websites for the area, http://illinoisrealestate.com
Chicagoland Residential + Commercial Real Estate Services
Cell/Text: (312) 217-8002
Are you ready to look at a few properties at least in your e-mail to get a feeling for what is out there?
I also have a really nice long right up for home buyers, that explains a lot of different issues and details you will come across the home search and it may answer many of your questions and concerns. I usually give it to my buyers when we first meet, they can read it at their leisure and ask me for clarification if they have additional questions. I have been told by my client buyers how helpful these are...
So let me know if you would want me to start e-mailing you properties at this time.
Once we meet you will get the nice right up that will include a lot of issues, disclosures, radon, mold, inspections etc.
Hope to hear from you soon.
Edith YourRealtor4Life! Century 21 SGR
email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
I love to work with first time homebuyers.... because I like to introduce all the pro and cons to them, let them see at least on paper all that is available in their price range, decide together which ones to look at.....
I am very honest and straightforward giving you my input and my advice, at the end I want YOU the buyer to be the most informed and well educated buyer so that when you make the decision to make an offer on a property that you know why you like that one most....
I am very detail oriented and I listen to my clients' needs very carefully.
I have worked for over 10 years out of offices in Glenview and I cover all of the N and Northwest suburbs
which includes all of the suburbs you are mentioning in your question.... Depending on what type of property you intend to purchase, how large and what you preferred price range is, you will have better "picking" in certain suburbs than in others.... When buying a property and especially when buying your first property, you also want to think about resale in the future, so all the different thoughts and considerations I will present to you in the process of looking for the right properties for you.... We will start by YOU telling me what you are looking for, price range size and locations and type of home, I will e-mail you daily all available properties and we will discuss them, I can get you details on the ones you like and then we go from there....
I am a 30 + yrs resident of the Northshore and I know it truly well from Evanston to Park Ridge via Skokie Morton Grove to Glenview Northbrook, Winnetka, Wilmette, Highland Park, Mt. Prospect, Buffalo Grove,
Wheeling, Mundelein, lake Forest, Deerfield and everything inbetween.
And I am an 11 year veteran of the real estate industry --- hope to hear from you soon
Feel free to e-mail me directly either to email@example.com or to firstname.lastname@example.org
We specialize in representing first-time home buyers. At least half of our client's are first-time home buyers and my partner/co-owner does a lot of business in Park Ridge and lives in the area as well. Feel free to contact him at email@example.com or 312-217-8002. Also, feel free to visit our website which has some great information for first-time home buyers.