Michelle Liffick, Broker Associate

Jameson Sotheby’s International Realty

With 16 years in real estate, it’s hard to imagine Michelle Liffick doing anything else — but she did. Liffick, a broker associate at Jameson Sotheby’s International Realty, was a prac-ticing litigation attorney for several years and was once head of marketing for a nonprofit music and cultural organization. Then she discovered real estate sales.

“I have always been fascinated by housing — where people find comfort and shelter, how a property can be a reflection of the people living there and can make life better or worse,” Liffick explains. 

She moved to Chicago to attend law school at Loyola University Chicago in 1998. Over the years, she gained firsthand knowledge of the city’s neighborhoods and the amenities and characteristics that make them desirable places to live. During her three years of school, she lived downtown in River North. After graduation, she moved to Wicker Park and from there, Logan Square.

“I really enjoyed exploring and getting to know the city via the arts, music and dining scenes,” she recalls. “There is always something new — even to this day, I still find myself encountering new neighborhoods in this beautiful big city or seeing a building for the first time. It’s fascinating and exciting and fun.”

Completely hands on with clients, she assists buyers, sellers and investors — from first-time to seasoned. One day she might be helping a client sell their great aunt’s $50,000 condo in Portage Park and the next day, assisting a different buyer with the purchase of a $1.2 million multi-unit building in Bucktown. She goes where her clients go.

Thorough and relentless in helping clients achieve their goals, she is quick to defend their best interests and will give up a sale that would compromise those interests. 

“I am absolutely and adamantly looking out for my clients’ bests interests. Always. I sleep well at night and love what I do,” she says.

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