Described as professional, trustworthy and knowledgeable, Andrew Northrup’s commitment when selling a client’s house is like he is selling his own home. “I’m a serious professional, first; an educator of real estate, second; and a friend for life, third,” Northrup says. “Real estate can be the largest single investment people have, so I take my business seriously and feel privileged to be entrusted to make this moment a reality for my clients.”
A Realtor for 17 years, Northrup is part of The Shenfeld Group at Jameson Sotheby’s International Realty, where he serves the North Shore, northwestern suburbs and Chicago. “Being part of a team provides my clients access to a group of experienced agents, all working on their behalf,” he says. “Although I have many years of knowledge and experience in this business, I believe that making a conscious effort to stop and really listen to my clients’ wants and needs is crucial to providing real value in my services.”
Due to an extremely challenging real estate market, Northrup made a monumental shift in the way he conducts business. “I have been able to educate my sellers on how to best market and realize the most equity in their homes,” he says. “With buyers, I have implemented tools and my best vetted techniques to help win their dream homes in this highly competitive housing market.”
A member of the National Association of Realtors Chicago Association of Realtors and Glenview Chamber of Commerce, Northrup has lived in the Chicagoland area for over 25 years. He is a vestry board member at St. David’s Episcopal Church and volunteers with various community charities. He’s been awarded a Nextdoor Neighborhood Favorite Realtor honor multiple times; as well as a Chicago Magazine Top 100 Teams award; Real Trends’ “America’s Best” Real Estate Professionals; and a Five Star Professional Real Estate Agent designation. The team was also honored multiple years with Jameson Sotheby’s Top 10 Teams, and Top 1% of Chicago Association of Realtors and Chicago Association of Realtors Top Producer designations for over a decade.