Broker associate Jennifer Cummings of Jameson Sotheby’s International Realty has always been known for her professionalism in the real estate industry, due to her expertise in the Chicagoland market, as well as her dedication to her clients. That didn’t change during COVID-19, which presented several unique challenges for both buyers and sellers. She’s particularly grateful for the trust clients placed in her and proud of how she was able to deliver excellent results throughout this past year.
While there is “no ‘rule book’ on how to sell real estate during a pandemic,” as Cumming notes, she was still able to quickly pivot, creating new marketing strategies that delivered results for her sellers, as well as win numerous multiple-offer bids for her buyers.
Her quick thinking and ability to navigate clients through myriad potential obstacles, pandemic-related and otherwise, makes working with Cummings a reassuring and enjoyable experience. Whether with buyers, sellers or investors, she works hand-in-hand with each client to build and execute a strategy that best suits their needs.
With her 15 years of experience, client success isn’t just a likelihood when working with Cummings; it’s a certainty. That experience extends to a multitude of property types, including single-family homes, condominiums and multiunit buildings. She specializes in Chicago’s Wicker Park, Bucktown, Ukrainian Village and West Town neighborhoods.
Buying or selling a property can feel like taking a big leap, scary and unpredictable, and without a real estate professional to steer the course, it can often seem completely overwhelming. Cummings understands the fears of uprooting one’s life and moving, having relocated from Vancouver, British Columbia, to Chicago more than 20 years ago herself. Now a dual citizen of Canada and the United States, she gives clients the best of both worlds, imparting to them her own experience and knowledge. Clients always feel supported and know they have a real estate expert in their corner for life when working with her.
“I’m their advocate every step of the way,” Cummings says, “no matter what challenges may come.”