Accredited Buyer’s Representative® (ABR), Military Relocation Professional (MRP)
Passion for helping others and a true love for Chicago real estate opportunities are two of the driving forces behind Elijah, whether it be in his real estate practice or in his personal life. Elijah’s vast experience in real estate, combined with his deep knowledge of Chicago’s neighborhoods, make him an invaluable partner in buying or selling a home in Chicago. And that is just how Elijah views his relationships with his clients... as true partnerships. Real estate is a relationship-based business, and Elijah values this aspect most in his practice. He strives to build relationships with his clients based on trust, integrity, and confidence. Elijah takes the time to truly understand the needs and wants of his clients, and thus becomes a vested partner in helping them to achieve their dreams of homeownership.
Elijah’s marketing savvy truly sets him apart and keeps his clients coming back. Elijah goes beyond traditional real estates marketing methods like print, direct mail, and static website listings by ensuring his clients have a full 360 marketing campaign, including SEO/SEM, social media, video, peer/client referrals and more to maximize online and offline exposure of listed properties. Additionally, Elijah’s extensive experience in residential construction and renovation, as a partner and previous general contractor, give him a unique and advantageous perspective in both the buying and selling process.
While buying or selling a home can be an exhilarating and joyful experience, it may also bring undue stress. Elijah draws upon his knowledge, experience, and instinct to help guide her clients through the complexities and emotional aspects of the home buying and selling process, whether it be negotiating contracts and working with attorneys or providing strategic staging and design ideas. Throughout the process, Elijah remains a passionate advocate for his clients, ensuring their satisfaction every step of the way.
Real estate is also an inherently localized industry, with more specific housing prices determined at the neighborhood level, taking into consideration a street’s unique location, amenities, and characteristics. A key aspect of Elijah’s success is having a solid grasp of both the big-picture economics and intimate knowledge of Chicago’s neighborhoods and nuances.