Real Estate Professional
Jameson Sotheby’s International Realty
With a background in interior design, and an eye for detail, Realtor Nancy Wingren possesses the unique ability to guide her buyers when visualizing their new space. This knowledge also provides invaluable information to her sellers who are looking for guidance in enhancing the marketability of their property.
Wingren transitioned from designing and decorating homes to buying and selling them when she found that her clients frequently updated their residence only to list it. “Pursuing my real estate license gave me the opportunity to locate properties as soon as, or even before, they hit the market,” she explains. Her expertise of Chicago and its surrounding suburbs has also helped her to become and remain a key player in the industry. As a result, she expertly lists properties at an accurate price, saving valuable market time and creating a “win-win” for both buyer and seller.
Wingren’s decades of experience mean that she has witnessed various real estate cycles, so she is more than equipped to offer counsel that is as valuable to the first- time buyer as it is to the seasoned investor. Moreover, her previous experience as a general contractor, coupled with her skills as a designer and a broker, enabled Wingren to establish an extensive network of service professionals. She frequently pairs her clients with her tried and true team of experts, eliminating the stress of finding and identifying these specialists themselves.
In addition to being a luxury home specialist, Wingren also volunteers with the Service Club of Chicago, a charitable organization dedicated to the well-being of the city and its neighboring communities since 1890. Her career also allows her to give back to the community as she helps its people find a place to call home, thereby promoting Chicago’s vitality. “I’m passionate about helping my clients achieve their residential goals and I’m committed to providing a high level of service so that I can support them through every step of the process.”