Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage
A career in real estate came naturally to Danielle Moy, who grew up regularly attending open houses with her Realtor father. Among Moy’s impressive achievements are recognition as the No. 1 Orland Park Coldwell Banker agent for closed units, closed volume, and listings taken. Moy also received the company’s “30 under 30” award, and the Wall Street Journal ranked her No. 210 out of 1,000 U.S. agents for total transaction sides. In addition, both Fox Business News and CNN have featured her, with the latter dubbing her “a real estate tycoon in the making.”
“I make certain to provide my clients with a quick and efficient plan to sell their home at a fair market price,” says Moy, explaining her winning strategy. She particularly excels at helping people whose homes did not sell under other Realtors. She restructures the price and ensures appropriate staging, employing a strategy that often results in multiple offers. “I also continuously stay in touch so my clients stay up to date on market trends,” Moy explains, pointing out that her academic background helps her understand the importance of maintaining regular dialogues with her buyers and sellers. In fact, she always makes certain to respond to them within an hour, whether by phone, text, or email.
Moy does not only work with sellers. She also works closely with first-time buyers, previous clients, referrals, and investors. “They can be relocating from state to state, investing in another home or downsizing,” she says. “I’m happy to work with them regardless of their needs.” Moy has shared the secret to her success at Coldwell Banker’s Generation Blue convention on a “Goals Gone Wild” panel, on which she talked with other Realtors about setting and attaining goals. She also holds membership in the Asian Real Estate Association of America, and has spoken on effective marketing strategies at its annual convention – a topic she is particularly qualified to speak about, given that she usually sells homes within two weeks of listing them.
Moy had $29 million in sales in 2015. She believes in inspiring young people through her career, and has volunteered at Mokena Junior High School for its yearly Reality Store event. When her schedule allows, Moy enjoys creating stained glass necklaces, playing tennis, doing CrossFit, and spending time with her two Dachshund-Chihuahua mixes. “I love being able to help people move on to the next chapter in life,” she says. “I certainly have goals as a real estate professional, but helping others achieve theirs is what’s most rewarding.”
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