Jameson Sotheby’s International Realty
From moving into their first apartment to finding their dream home, Debbie Maue, vice president of sales for Jameson Sotheby’s International Realty, sticks with clients through it all. Since pursuing a career in real estate, Maue recognizes the importance of each transaction and how crucial it is to be accessible, adaptable and accommodating throughout every stage of the process.
Maue earned a marketing degree from the University of Illinois, as well as its certification in real estate. She has also earned designations as an Accredited Buyer’s Representative, Certified International Property Specialist, and is a graduate of the Real Estate Institute.
While Maue works primarily in Chicago, she has also helped clients buy and sell their homes throughout Latin America. She is also licensed in Montana. Clients often describe her as professional, knowledgeable and resourceful.
Always working with her clients’ best interests at heart, Maue has developed many longtime real estate relationships. Fifteen years ago, Maue helped a couple purchase their first one-bedroom condominium. This past year, Maue was able to connect with them once again and helped find their new single-family home.
Maue enjoys working with clients throughout various stages of their life, and seeing each successful purchase is one of the most rewarding aspects of her career. “Having been in the business for so long with so many return clients, I’m able to service the first-time buyer all the way to when they purchase their luxury single-family home,” she says.
Maue has earned recognition as a Jameson Sotheby’s top broker for the past eight years, as well as the distinctions of Chicago Association of Realtors Top Producer and Chicago Association of Realtors Community Service Award. She is also a member and former president of Real Estate to the Rescue.
In her free time, Maue enjoys staying active and engaging in a variety of outdoor activities. Some of her favorites include mountain biking, skiing and trail running, and she also boxed in the Real Estate Rumble to benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters of Chicago.