Bob Reilley/RE/MAX Unlimited Northwest
When you sell your home, there is usually only one
word you want to see on that sign out
front: "SOLD!" If you want to sell
faster, however, there are a few other
words that should be on that sign as
well: "Bob Reilley" and "RE/MAX."
With over 40 years of experience
selling real estate in the Chicago
suburban areas, Bob Reilley of RE/MAX
Unlimited Northwet is your best choice for
selling or buying a home with speed
Bob Reilley is truly a one-stop real
estate service with a long list of
credentials almost too numerous to list.
Prior to joining RE/MAX in 1982, Bob
managed several successful real estate
offices, stretching back to his
beginnings in real estate in 1967. He is
a member of the RE/MAX Hall of Fame,
an Accredited Buyer Representative, a
Seniors Real Estate Specialist and is
also a Certified Residential Specialist.
Bob also received the Pioneer
Award, an exclusive award for over 25
years of excellence and Lifetime Achievment Award with RE/MAX.
Though Bob Reilley has been
helping home buyers and sellers for
many years, his approach has
unquestionably kept up with the times.
Whether he's building his
Web site at the aptly-named
or simply treating clients with friendly,
quality service, Bob Reilley remains
competitive and knowledgeable.
Most importantly, Bob Reilley saves
you time and money whether you are a
buyer or a seller. Sellers are offered
free comparative market analysis, a free
virtual tour listing of your home, preapproved
buyers and low commission
rates. Buyer services include free
home finding services on new and
previously owned homes and free
If you want to see that "SOLD" sign,
whether you're buying or selling, call
Bob Reilley today! Bob Reilley and
RE/MAX Unlimited Northwest are located at
1011 West Stearns Road in Bartlett.
Reach Bob by calling 630-533-0011
and find out just how much experience
to search for homes, find more
information about buying and/or
selling real estate, mortgage advice,
details about schools in your area, and
much, much more.
Val Sutton, Correspondent