Author - Neil Hackler

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Neil Hackler has been a proud sponsor for NPN for 4 years! Neil has been in real estate for 20 years and working as a residential Realtor for 10 years with Real Living City Residential (formerly Chicago Real Estate Resources - CRER). He has a Bachelor’s of Science degree from Ball State University where he studied interior design and marketing. Directly after college he went into real estate in the property management sector. Neil continued to work his way up working for AMLI Residential as a Utility and Energy Program Manager. In 2006, Neil became a residential Realtor focusing in Chicago. He has experience working with buyers and sellers. He has sold single-family homes, townhomes, condos, and 2-4 unit buildings. This includes new construction, traditional, short sales, and REO properties. In 2012 & 2015 he received the top producer award from the Chicago Association of Realtors. In 2015, he sold almost $10,000,000 worth of property. Neil has a very strong passion for real estate. He is committed to educating his clients on the home buying and selling processes to help them make the right decisions and make their transaction as smooth as possible. Call Neil today for any of your real estate needs!

Frequently Un-Asked Real Estate Questions

I get all sorts of questions from people trying to sell their property. Unfortunately, a lot of the most important questions go unasked. Here are a few. 

What would be a quick sale list price, and what would be a list price that I can try to get the most value out of my property?

When sellers want to list their property they each have different goals in mind.  People may decide to move for a variety of reasons. Sometimes, it’s more important to sell the property quickly and other t...

Posted on December 12, 2013 at 9:00 AM by Neil Hackler

Common questions in today’s real estate market

What is going on in the Chicago real estate market?

The real estate market from 2012 to 2013 has truly switched gears.  The inventory of homes on the market is much lower than it has been in years, with fluctuating interest rates (though still low). Many buyers are trying to take advantage of these low rates by looking to buy now. As such, many properties are being listed and going under contract in less than a week, sometimes within a day or two. More and more, we’re seeing multiple o...

Posted on September 27, 2013 at 7:00 AM by Neil Hackler