Andrew Perkins & Terrie Whittaker

Andrew Perkins & Terrie Whittaker
Real Estate Brokers

Dwelling Chicago, Inc
CONLON/Christie’s International Real Estate

With 43 years of combined real estate experience, the newly formed team of Andrew Perkins and Terrie Whittaker has plenty of experience to draw on for their clients. They have known each other for years and finally formed their business partnership in 2016. “We complement each other,” Whittaker says. “And with this synergy, our business is blowing up!”

Over 90 percent of their new business comes from referrals, which is a direct result of providing outstanding service to every client. Perkins was named a top producer by the Chicago Association of Realtors in 2015 and was listed in Chicago Agent magazine’s 2015 and 2016 Who’s Who issues. Both are members of the Illinois, Chicago and National Associations of Realtors, as well as the Real Estate Investment Association.

Both Perkins and Whittaker bring a deep understanding of the city and the market to their new team. Their experience in developing residential and mixed-use real estate has helped them serve a wide range of clients. Combined with their expert knowledge of the luxury, resale, and new construction markets, their level of experience is valued by all manner of buyers and sellers.

Clients appreciate Perkins and Whittaker’s depth of experience, persistence and integrity. Both believe dedication and hard work are keys to success and that staying calm and focused help provide a stress-free experience for their buyers and sellers. They pay close attention to each clients’ wish lists and are both very hands on.

Outside of real estate, Perkins finds his greatest joy spending time with his wife, son and dog. Their family will welcome a second child this year. Passionate about animal rescue, Whittaker is on the board of directors for Realtors to the Rescue, a volunteer-run organization of the Chicago Association of Realtors that supports local shelters and rescue groups.

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