Residential Real Estate Broker
Lange Property Partners
Heather Lange is a familiar face around Old Irving Park. In addition to ranking as the No. 1 Realtor in the area in both dollar amount and units sold, she’s also been living in the historic neighborhood for 12 years. The @properties broker has 17 years of real estate experience and says that real estate is in her blood. Her father, who she says has been her biggest mentor, built the home she grew up in himself and taught her the importance of hard work while imparting his knowledge of construction.
Although her father passed away this past year, Lange is still using the lessons he taught her about real estate every day in her career. “I always get compliments about my professionalism and I pride myself on integrity,” she says. “Clients are always amazed by my construction and design knowledge — and how I can help them transform their homes to show their best.”
Lange assists a wide range of client types, but mostly deals with single-family homes. She serves all of Chicagoland, but specializes in the Irving Park area. Old Irving Park is known for its historic and vintage homes, and Lange considers herself a go-to resource for marketing their character and distinct features. “I’m extremely proficient at preparing homes for sale,” she says. “It takes a lot of knowledge to sell these homes.”
Lange has obtained post-licensing education including being a graduate of the Realtor Institute, Accredited Buyer Representation and Quality Service Certified. She is also consistently recognized by the Chicago Association of Realtors as a Top Producer with over $10 million in sales annually. “I have expanded my business this year to include a team, which I think is important so that the quality doesn’t get compromised,” she says.
Based upon the volume of referrals she receives, her reputation precedes her as being the go-to person for real estate needs in the Irving Park area. When she’s not busy selling homes, you may see Lange walking her adopted pittie Coco through the neighborhood. Without fail, she says, “every time I’m out, I see a friendly neighbor or happy client I know.”