Marc Little, Broker Owner
Carrie J. Little, Broker Owner/Designated Managing Broker
With patience and expertise, Marc and Carrie J. Little, broker owner and broker owner/designated managing broker, respectively, with CarMarc Realty Group LLC, are on a mission to help families and individuals in the Chicago area find their perfect home. Across single-family homes, land purchases, new construction and even rehab purchases, this pair, with 24 combined years of experience, offers clients a boutique brokerage with second-to-none service. Lifelong residents of Illinois, Chicago native Marc and suburban-raised Carrie know the ins and outs of the Chicagoland market and can help any buyer navigate the way to their dream home.
“Marc has always been an entrepreneur and his get-up-and-go keeps both of us moving forward,” Carrie says. “His business degree helps him manage flips and with his entrepreneurial spirit, he can connect with people and build relationships to move any project forward.” Easy to work with and fun, clients acclaim Marc’s entertaining personality and Carrie’s methodical approach to doing business.
“Carrie is our data person,” Marc says. “Together, I really feel like we make the transaction fun, simple, and most of all seamless for our clients.” What’s more, agents at CarMarc Realty Group say that together, Carrie and Marc provide them valuable tools that help them learn the business and educate themselves into more effective agents. “With Carrie’s management and administrative background, teaching style and data focus, coupled with my fun, adventurous personality, I think we make a great team for serving both our clients and the other agents learning in our brokerage,” Marc says.
With 37 agents in their office and growth still on the horizon, this team leans into technology and fun while embracing new challenges. In the last few years, they’ve completed rehab projects and Goldman Sachs professional development programs while wining numerous awards.
“We still find time to be active and enjoy our grandchildren,” they say. “Life is good.”