“Ivy league grad, passionate about real estate & animal rescue Part of every commission is donated to local animal rescue groups.”
I am not your typical Realtor. I’m an Ivy League grad and successful medium sized business owner. So why did I get into real estate?- Because I think helping people buy their dream home is honorable.- Because you deserve to be represented by a Realtor who has your best interests at heart; not my own pocketbook.- Because you should have a knowledgeable and hardworking Realtor represent you who is also a cut throat negotiator, not someone who jumps at the first offer presented.- Because buying a home or purchasing investment property is one of the most expensive purchases most people ever make and the professional representing you should be smart and financially savvy.- Because you deserve an agent who is going to educate you so you can make the best long term decision for both your personal happiness and financial future.- Because the person working for you should understand all of the nuances of real estate inside and out from title issues to mortgage options, appraisal reports, home inspections and more.- Because real estate needs more agents who understand the importance of excellent customer service, who respond promptly and professionally 24/7, who go the extra mile and can deliver results which exceed your expectations.- Because I am passionate about giving back and donate 10% of each commission to local animal rescue groups on behalf of my clients.I was tired of hearing the horror stories from friends about being represented by an agent who didn’t know the market, was afraid to negotiate, never returned their emails and phone calls promptly and didn’t educate them throughout the process.So, no, I’m not the typical Realtor. I’m better.I live in Lakeview (a neighborhood in Chicago) with two crazy but loveable dogs, my son, and my husband, Nobu Hata, who is Director of Member Engagement at the National Association of REALTORS and was named one of Inman News’ 100 Most Influential Real Estate Leaders in 2013, 2014 and 2015.