Meg Whitted, Broker

Baird & Warner Fox Valley

Specializing in midrange and luxury single-family homes across St. Charles, Geneva, Batavia and surrounding areas, Meg Whitted, a broker with Baird & Warner Fox Valley, is a hometown gal who grew up to do big things.

“I grew up in Geneva and have raised my kids here,” she says. “It’s a great area for families, with so much to offer.” Whitted is known to many clients by her tagline: “Real. Different. Realtor.” But the simplicity of the statement only scratches the surface of how experienced, dynamic and driven this woman truly is. A mom of seven, Whitted has a soft spot for families, especially mothers, and works in the community to support moms — but also is laser-focused on making sure the clients she works with have the perfect home for their beloved families.

“I have a nonstop work ethic for my clients, just like my family,” she says. “I’m knowledgeable and trustworthy, and they know that I’m going to be there to both support them in the real estate process and also advocate for them whenever necessary.” Creative in her solutions, Whitted uses innovative marketing to sell homes. Her clients have regularly commented on how she can get a home front and center in the community to sell it significantly faster than they anticipated. For buyers, her approach involves extensive searching along exacting parameters to meet each client’s standards and needs, using her personal network to identify off-market properties that may have potential and even knocking on doors to find what her clients are looking for.

Consistently a top producer for Fox Valley in title volume and units, Whitted has been a winner of Baird & Warner’s Founder’s and President’s Club honors, and also has won an award for ranking in the top 1% for sales. She’s always making moves for her clients and family, leading with confidence and character. Next up? Renovating her family’s new home and growing her own real estate team.

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