Founder of Northpoint Realty & Asset Management Company, Juliette graduated with a BGS degree in Paralegal Studies from Roosevelt University, Chicago, Illinois. Juliette also obtained a Master’s of Science degree in Community Economic Development from Southern New Hampshire University.
Real estate sales and purchases in all forms can be a major life changing event. Large sums of money is involved that change hands. These life changing events can be motivated by a simple wish for a home:
First-time Home Buyer;
A move to a new home because of a Growing Family;
Downsizing as an Empty-Nester; or
Maybe just moving to a Quieter Neighborhood.
It can also be driven by a pressing event, such as job relocation; a new baby; or retiring to a warmer client. To get across the finish line, buyers, as well as sellers, and even renters must have extreme confidence in and comfort that their real estate professional has the expertise to get them there.
Juliette’s commitment to the real estate business and friendly and relaxed temperament has helped her clients achieve success when making one of the most important investments of a lifetime. From the first time you meet Juliette, you will feel at ease with her professional and personable working style and confident in her ability to represent your best interest throughout the five stages of the real estate transaction.
Juliette’s hard work and honest approach to real estate began to payoff. After a few short years, she was recognized in 2008 and 2009 by the Chicago Association of Realtors Outstanding Sales Achievement Award for Top Residential Producer.
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