Kasey Taylor & Phillip Dixon, Founding Partners

Taylor Dixon Group, @properties

As partners both in life and in business, Kasey Taylor and Phillip Dixon know they always have a source of support to lean on. Their collaborative work style has led them to gain so much trust from their clients that nearly all of their business is referral-based.

Taylor and Dixon are founding partners of the Taylor Dixon Group, which operates as part of @properties throughout the Greater Chicago area down to Kankakee County. Dixon knew he wanted to be in real estate from the time he was just 13 years old, working as a caddy for several agents recognized as top producers by the Chicago Association of Realtors. Taylor originally began her career in marketing, having worked for several big-name brands. She is inspired by her grandfather, who founded and was the mayor of Sun River Terrace, Illinois, the very town in which she grew up.

Taylor and Dixon are passionate about educating people on how to build wealth through real estate. “We never stop learning, and we stay on top of all of the latest trends,” they say. With the majority of their clientele being first-time homebuyers and new investors, they take their time to understand their clients’ goals and help them to come up with a tailored strategy. “Simply put, our clients generally say they feel as though their voices were heard,” they say. “We take pride in making sure there is a great level of transparency.”

The pair is heavily involved with volunteering throughout their community, working with organizations such as Neighborhood Housing Services of Chicago and Ronald McDonald House. Taylor and Dixon each sit on a board for the Chicago Association of Realtors — Taylor with the Young Professionals Network, and Dixon with “The 77” diversity committee. Dixon also won a 2019 NeighborWorks America community leadership award. The pair enjoys spending time with family, traveling and discovering new experiences throughout the city.

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