Alisa Galoozis, Broker


Through having worked as a project manager at O’Hare International Airport, being a successful businessperson and raising three children, Alisa Galoozis knows what it means to prosper in an environment with a lot of moving parts. Five years ago, she decided to apply her knack for organization and her entrepreneurial spirit directly to a career in real estate.

As a broker for @properties, Galoozis works with clients located throughout the western suburbs. She specializes in single-family homes for first-time buyers, luxury buyers and investors. An Illinois native, she’s lived in Bolingbrook for 18 years, which gives her special expertise in the markets she serves. She works diligently to promote her community, taking time to educate herself on both her own neighborhood and the surrounding areas. “My love for marketing and out-of-the-box thinking has definitely helped, especially when marketing a home for sale,” she says.

Galoozis’ clients describe her as prompt, honest and professional. She goes above and beyond her duties, providing staging and professional photos and videos to help clients showcase the best version of their homes to potential buyers. Her consistency and tenacity while serving clients are the reasons Galoozis continues to rise above her competition. “I am a full-time agent who works seven days a week,” she says. “I am always available for my clients and any questions they may have.” While Galoozis technically thrives as a one-woman show, her team of attorneys and lenders support her business along the way.

Galoozis’ passion for continuous learning has been a key contributor to her success. She is a member of the Mainstreet Organization of Realtors and the National Association of Realtors. Outside of work, Galoozis enjoys being an active member of her community. She often spends her free time giving back, including hosting food drives, ice cream socials and breakfast with Santa, among many other local events.

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