Keith McMahon Team


Keith McMahon, Team Lead

Tyler Bockholdt, Broker

Nick Gershon, Broker

Real estate is in Keith McMahon’s blood. He’s always been interested in the industry, following in the footsteps of his mother and uncle. The Keith McMahon Team at Compass specializes in the western suburbs, assisting buyers and sellers in the $500,000+ price range.

With 12 years of combined experience, the team displayed its expertise by closing over $11M in the first quarter of 2022. Compass also awarded McMahon for having the western suburbs’ best social media usage. McMahon engages clients with interactive polls, memes and humor.

Gershon became McMahon’s assistant in May 2021 after emailing top Naperville agents in search of an opportunity to shadow. He obtained his license in September 2021 and now works as a full-time agent. He also facilitated Bockholdt’s joining McMahon’s team. In his spare time, Bockholdt, a math wizard, is a professional cornhole player.

Their facility with research greatly benefits the team’s clients. “People are putting an incredible amount of trust into us on each transaction,” McMahon explains. “We deliver nothing but the best.” Clients also value McMahon’s availability. “Our team works seven days a week, and we pride ourselves on always being available for our customers,” he says. “Customers have many options when choosing an agent, and we greatly appreciate the opportunity to work with our customers. We want them to know that when they choose us, we will work on their schedule. Whichever day and time is most convenient for them is just fine with us.”

McMahon says it best when describing his team’s priorities: “Our motto is, ‘Relationships over transactions.’ We present all the information to clients and never pressure them into making a decision they aren’t comfortable with. We always act in the best interest of the client. We want to earn our clients’ trust over the lifetime of our career. Trust is worth so much more in the way of referrals and repeat business. Pressuring someone to do something they’re not comfortable with just to earn a quick buck is no way to build a brand.”

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