Coldwell Banker Libertyville
Mark Neish
61 Ashbrook Court View on Map
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Helping Law Enforcement With Their Housing Needs.

Work with an agent, who is professional, knowledgeable, ethical and actually returns calls in a timely fashion.

If given the opportunity to work with you, I can assure you that you will receive the utmost in service.  Whether working with sellers or buyers, I believe in a research based approach, which will provide my clients with the information they need to make good decisions. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- I have a reputation for exceptional professionalism and timeliness in the performance of my duties to clients. I consider it imperative to be responsive to my clients and endeavor to answer every call when it comes. If I cannot for some reason, you can expect a quick response from me.  I firmly believe in a straight-forward, honest approach, devoid of hype or false promises. If you are considering either buying or selling a home, I would be honored to represent you as your real estate agent. Over the years, I've had success in selling properties that have been on the market with other agents for a considerable time, without success.  I believe that it is safe to say that nobody puts in the type of effort that I do in regard to finding buyers.  In most years, I will do approximately 100 open houses, in an effort to meet people, who are currently looking for a home.  Taking a tenet from my old playing and coaching days, no one is going to outwork me. On the buyer side, I take considerable pride in the fact that clients of mine do not experience the dreaded "buyer’s" remorse, after purchasing a home.  I take the necessary time with my clients and do thorough research on properties to make sure that they are delighted with their new home.  Buying a new home is one of the biggest decisions that folks can make and a decision that should be carefully considered.  As I often tell my clients, in these situations, it is best to "make haste slowly." I came to real estate years ago, after a career in education.  I began as a teacher (primarily High School, U.S. History) and coach (Head Football, Head Golf).  After serving 16 years in the classroom, I went into school administration, serving as an Assistant Principal/Athletic Director and High School Principal in large schools.  Along the way, I earned a Master's Degree in School Administration and Doctorate Degree in School Leadership, both from Kansas State University.  Obviously with this background, I have a great regard for school and public employees and enjoy helping them fulfill their housing needs.  As a high school administrator, I certainly worked with quite a few law enforcement officers along the way.  Three of them, Mike Blevins, Dusty Johnson and Fred Moczulski, from three different schools, remain good friends of mine.