The Kehoe Group


A professional volleyball player turned Realtor, Steve Kehoe knows what it takes to be a winner. “We have the best team and deliver top-notch, personalized luxury service for every client we have,” says Kehoe, the leader of The Kehoe Group at Compass. “Being an athlete taught me the power of partnerships and dedication while traveling and meeting new people on a consistent basis showed me the importance of building relationships and networking.”

Specializing in condos, single family houses and multi-unit properties, Kehoe works with a range of clients throughout Chicago, using his first-hand experience as a former resident of West Loop, Wrigleyville, Lakeview, Old Town and River West to match buyers and investors with the neighborhood of their dreams.  “I love the combination of computer-based market analysis with the physical component of conducting tours and evaluations,” he says, adding that his education background is in finance, real estate and risk management lends itself to taking a strategy-based approach. 

As team leader, Kehoe fosters a culture of collaboration without ego. “Everyone on the team is always willing to lend a hand and we let our clients know that we’re always in their corner,” he says. “The energy that everyone brings to the table every day keeps all of us motivated, and being part of a team helps us support each other in this business which in turn helps us best support our clients.” 

Through word of mouth testimonials from clients and referral partners such as attorneys, lenders, inspectors and contractors, Kehoe has grown his sphere of influence and built a stellar reputation. In 2021, Kehoe was named one of the Top Producers in 2021 by the Chicago Association of Realtors and received the Legends Society Award from Compass Chicagoland. Outside of work, Kehoe is a whiskey enthusiast, loves playing golf, volleyball and traveling. This coming July, Kehoe and his wife are overjoyed to be expecting their first child. 

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