Julie Tag, Senior Broker

@properties Christie’s International Real Estate

Delivering stellar service while helping clients achieve their real estate goals is what sets Julie Tag apart from the competition. Tag, a Road to Rolex award recipient and senior broker with @properties Christie’s International Real Estate, leads a 90% referral-based business built on trust and an unwavering ability to exceed expectations.

“Through the years, I’ve discovered how important my home is to me as a space to find peace, recharge and gather with family and friends,” insists Tag. “I love helping my clients find their home base.” This dedication has earned her multiple Top Producer awards from the Chicago Association of Realtors and consistent Five Star Professional ratings from Chicago Magazine.

Tag assists buyers and sellers, from first-time to luxury, as well as builders and investors. Growing up in the northern suburbs, living on the north side of Chicago for over a decade, and now raising a family in Wilmette has made her an expert on the areas she serves. She knows the amenities that make the north shore and city wonderful places to call home and loves showing them off to clients.

With 20 years of experience, Tag’s impeccable follow-up skills and active listening ensures she always delivers. She makes a point of understanding clients’ wants and needs, and provides buyers and sellers with useful data to help them make sound decisions.

“I go the extra mile for my clients to make the process as stress-free as possible, and consider us true partners in reaching their goals,” she says. “We discuss the steps in buying or selling a home, review the current climate of the local market, as well as my strategies for achieving their goals.”

Prior to real estate, Tag worked for a global advertising agency, honing the skills she now leverages every day in real estate: teamwork, adhering to budgets and timelines, assessing value, negotiating and doing whatever it takes to guarantee client success.

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