With over 30 years of experience as a real estate broker, Sharon Sodikoff believes that catering to the personal needs of her clients is the most important and fulfilling aspect of her job. “I love making the personal connection with clients, getting to know them and being with them every step of the way as they find their dream home,” Sodikoff says. “Home is so important to me. It is a place to raise a family, to make lifelong friendships, to become part of a neighborhood, to give back to the community. I want that for my clients.”
Upon graduating from the University of Illinois, Sodikoff worked in banking as a methods and procedural analyst before launching her career in real estate. That experience allows her to combine her mathematical and analytical background with her sharp negotiating skills, making her the successful broker that she is today.
Describing her style as “personalized, organized and thorough, with a sense of humor,” Sodikoff finds that her clients consistently say she goes beyond expectations as a concierge-style broker. Her in-depth knowledge of the city and suburban communities creates a unique skill set that her clients seek out.
Sodikoff has lived in the western suburbs for more than three decades and is a member of the Illinois Association of Realtors and the National Association of Realtors. She has been a multimillion-dollar producer since 1984. “I like the search, the research and the satisfaction of putting the deal together,” she remarks. “I love what I do.”