Courtney Elko - REALTOR®
From beginning to end and beyond, Courtney works personally with each client to ensure that they receive exceptional counsel and guidance. Courtney’s clients enjoy her personal touches and appreciate her deep commitment and heartfelt care. Her clients trust her patience and insight, and value her timely guidance and expertise in addressing all aspects of the transaction with professionalism. Since buying and selling real estate can be emotional, Courtney values the significance of honest, open communication while understanding the individual needs and style of each and every client. She excels at finding creative solutions to make each transaction come together with a positive result while providing an elevated real estate experience. Courtney works with a team of attorneys, inspectors and lenders to help in each step of process, making the transaction seamless for her clients
First impressions are so important and that is why Courtney helps sellers makes the most of this time by providing complimentary decluttering and staging services. As a staging specialist, she is not afraid to get her hands dirty during the staging process and that is why she is recognized for her talent in this area, working hard to make each listing shine. When working with buyers, she acts with diligence and dedication to find her clients their ideal property. Regardless of the time and effort it takes, her sole focus is on her clients’ ultimate goal of purchasing a home that they will cherish for years. Buying a home is a big decision and it has to feel right.
A life-long Chicagoland resident, Courtney chose to affiliate with Baird & Warner not only because it is family-owned and local to Chicago, but because of their commitment to giving back to the community and helping those in need. With every commission she earns, Courtney makes a donation to Fighting for Families – a locally-based charity that helps families cope with the enormous financial strain cerebral palsy places on them. 100% of the money raised goes towards purchasing necessary equipment for children with Cerebral Palsy. Additionally she is very involved with Misericordia Home where she serves on the Women’s Auxiliary Board.