Kerry Turgeon, Broker Associate

Baird & Warner Hinsdale

A broker with Baird & Warner’s Hinsdale office, Kerry Turgeon has been working in real estate for 14 years, the past five of which she’s made the Baird & Warner President’s Club.

She is dedicated to every client and works extremely hard to help them achieve their real estate goals, whether they’re buying or selling a $200,000 condo or a $5 million home.

Turgeon has particular expertise in helping young families relocate from Chicago to suburban towns such as Hinsdale, Clarendon Hills, Western Springs, Burr Ridge, La Grange and Oak Brook. She understands the hesitation young people have in making the transition from the city to the suburbs, having been in that situation 20 years ago. Turgeon knows it’s both an exciting and nerve-wracking time, and that her job is to give clients all the information they need to make that transition easy. “Kerry was compassionate,” says one client. “She knew we had anxiety about leaving the city. Kerry showed us her favorite restaurants, proximity to Oak Brook Mall, and how easy it was to get to the city. We moved to Hinsdale a year ago, and I wish we’d done it sooner.”

Turgeon constantly thinks about how she can better serve her clients. She recently launched her own website, kerryturgeonteam.com, to provide helpful information. Most recently, Turgeon has begun to see her past clients and friends transition to the next phase of their life in sunny Southwest Florida. She used her time during the stay-at-home order to further her career by getting her Florida real estate license so she could assist in the sale of her clients’ homes in Illinois while also helping them find their next ones in the Sunshine State. “I saw a need and thought, ‘Why not become a one-stop shop and ensure my clients get the attention they deserve, whether they’re moving to the western suburbs or out of the western suburbs?’ I am very excited about this and cannot wait to get started.”

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