- 700 North Lake Street
Mundelein, IL 60060
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Home Buyers: "I have the patience and understanding to work with you at Your Speed, taking the time necessary to make you comfortable during one of the biggest decisions you will ever make!"
Home Sellers: "My Goal is to Sell your Home in the Shortest period of time, at the Best possible Price, using my proven Marketing Plans!"
Negotiator: "Let my more than 40 Years of Sales Experience work for YOU!"
When You Think Real Estate - Mundelein Real Estate, Libertyvilee Real Estate, Vernon Hills Real Estate, Grayslake Real Estate, Hawthorn Woods Real Estate Wauconda Real Estate, Long Grove Real Estate, Lake County Real Estate, Cook County Real Estate and McHenry County Real Estate - Think BOB WALLEN and Century 21 Affiliated (formerly Century 21 Market Place, Ltd.)
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