Patty Moran Barocio, Residential Real Estate Broker

Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices of Chicago


Learning strong values and the importance of effective communication at a very young age, Patty Moran Barocio continues to bring those lessons to her real estate business today. Known for tailoring everything she does to each client, she provides consistency, transparency and open communication. 

A residential real estate broker with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices of Chicago (BHHS of Chicago), Barocio is licensed in Illinois and Wisconsin. She is bilingual and a Certified Negotiation Expert and Seller Representative Specialist serving Chicagoland and surrounding suburbs since 2012. 

A women’s empowerment advocate, Barocio enjoys meeting people from different backgrounds with diverse wants and needs. She is known for her excellent communication skills and the ability to walk her clients through every step of the buying and selling process. “It’s all about treating my clients the way I would want to be treated,” she explains. In 2020’s challenging environment, that meant staying determined and creative when it came to getting around barriers and adapting to health guidelines.

Barocio recently helped roll out the new BHHS Chicago Move Confidently campaign, which introduced the company’s new brand, vision and “Move Confidently” anthem. A former board member with Mary Pence and a member of the Logan Square Chamber of Commerce, Barocio was awarded The President’s Circle honor in 2021, named an Honor Society honoree with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices in 2018-2019 and a winner of the Leading-Edge Society in 2017 and 2020.

In addition to being featured in BHHS’s Move Confidently anthem, Barocio has been asked to help BHHS Move Confidently as a member of the DEI Council. Because of her leadership, her personal beliefs and her service to her community, Barocio was asked to be a founding member of this group that will focus on diversity, equity and inclusion in BHHS. 

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