Noel Walton, Licensed Broker


Dependable and driven, Noel Walton is dedicated to her clients throughout the process, remaining accessible 24/7 so they know she has their back. “I develop close relationships with my clients, and they see that I am completely devoted to their interests,” says Walton, a licensed broker with the GetBurbed Team at @properties. “This commitment has resulted in widespread referrals and repeat customers — I’ve seen roughly 50% growth annually for the past several years.”

With 15 years of home renovation experience in addition to her five years as a real estate agent, Walton loves all facets of the industry. Whether it is searching for the perfect house, negotiating the best deal, or offering tips on design and staging, she offers services that most agents simply cannot. As an Accredited Staging Professional, Walton brings training and a keen eye to help sellers prepare their home for a quick sale. With decades of experience and dozens of renovations under her belt, she skillfully assists clients who desire to remodel in order to create their dream home.

A longtime Arlington Heights resident, Walton specializes in the northwest suburbs and has an insider’s understanding of the community’s features, such as parks, schools and businesses. Given her expertise, joining the GetBurbed team was a perfect fit. “I am honored to be among such a dedicated group of professionals who constantly strive to put the needs of their clients and community at the forefront of their mission,” she says. Walton collaborates with her team to guarantee an efficient and seamless process. “We work together to price houses, search for properties, share best practices and advertise listings to ensure maximum market exposure.”

Walton is a member of the National Association of Realtors and the North Shore-Barrington Association of Realtors. She is involved in her church and community and actively supports Naomi’s Village, Faith Community Homes and Arlington Cares.

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