STOP LOOKING.START FINDING.
Throughout Danny’s career paths, he has learned the value of listening. He brings this astute understanding to his successful real estate career and is able to assist his clients through what can sometimes be a complex process. Danny’s objective is to advise his clients so thoroughly, that they are ultimately empowered to make their own informed decisions with confidence and conviction. Danny’s clients receive something much more valuable than expert real estate advice and a successfully completed transaction: they receive peace of mind.
Danny’s approach to successful home marketing hinges on two factors – generating excitement about the property, and exposing the property to the right target audience. Equipped with the latest technology in the industry, his marketing efforts span every available medium (mail, newspapers, website, e-mail, Multiple Listing Service, digital still photos, signage, etc.) and his proficiency with these tools enables him to target marketing materials to effectively enhance the sale of his client’s property.
Danny’s approach to assisting buyers in finding the right home focuses on satisfying deeper, more personal needs and wants in addition to home composition and amenities. By discovering those needs and wants, benefits like: convenience, comfort, aesthetics, lifestyle, pride and safety. This discovery results from the extra time and effort devoted to efficiently and effectively assisting in secure the home of his buyer’s dreams.
Clients say that Danny is a rare and special individual, that he is passionate, creative, diligent and straight forward. He holds the following memberships: Member of the National, Chicago, and Illinois associations of Realtors. (NAR, CAR, IAR) and accredations:
GRI: Graduate of Realtor Institute
ABR: Accredited Buyer Representative
QSC: Quality Service Certification
CRS: Certified Residential Specialist
Prior to entering the real estate industry Danny held the position of marketing manager for IBM. After working towards a Ph.D. in clinical psychology, he held positions as: a teacher, research analyst, hotline crisis counselor, case manager for Big Brothers/Big Sisters and small business entrepreneur.
Danny has lived in Chicago for 20 years and currently resides in Lakeview. He is an avid athlete, musician and philanthropist.
Clients are saying:
"Danny made this seemingly massive monumental task of selling our house look and feel effortless. I was unbelievably anxious – We had completely grown out of our place and frankly I did not want to live there another day. I was terrified everyone else would feel the same way. Danny was awesome – he took the bull by the horn and was very gently frank. It needed a makeover – He was honest with what needed to happen and then took charge. Working closely with our own GC he brought in his team of interior designers to select floor stain color, paint color, trim color, lighting and let the stagers do the rest. I was extremely stressed, freaking out actually, about not liking the colors of the floors and walls. Danny so calmly and lovingly said, "Don’t worry, we’ve got it under control. As a matter of fact, I think you should come back when it’s on the market.” Every muscle in my body relaxed and from that moment on I was completely chilled about the entire process. He did such a fabulous job at getting it ready to go on the market we almost did not want to sell it!!! From then on he was responsive and kept me CALM through out the entire process – keeping us in the loop and up to date with every potential interested party. Danny always answered the phone, called back or texted with in an hour letting us know what was going on. It was so comforting to never have to worry about when or if I was going to talk to him! He instilled confidence in me from beginning to end. And wow, what a brilliant negotiator – his poise and grace in helping us with the way of the market – he didn’t just give numbers – he explained the psychology behind how to go about pricing … and what price we should accept in the end - we trusted him implicitly. While I hope we won't have to sell our current house for a very long time, I know who we will call if we do.-Jody and Ron D., Lakeview"