Bruce has been a North Shore resident since 1994. Having relocated twelve times in his life he understands the personal, family and transitional demands of relocation or selling the family home: No matter what distance or reason is involved. A licensed real estate broker, with supporting bachelor and master degrees in business and public administration, he has the professional education and experience needed to handle your real estate transaction.
Bruce has had significant professional experience in management, negotiation and mediation that can benefit the buyer or seller in achieving their home ownership goals.
Bruce’s knowledge of home construction, as well as what to look for in or do to a home when preparing to either buy or sell, is of utmost value to buyers and sellers. He can also arrange to have your home prepared for the market or redecorated after your purchase!
His background and experience in marketing, customer satisfaction and quality assurance influence his approach to assisting buyers and sellers as they struggle with the marketing of their home or assessment of which home to buy. A special aspect of Bruce’s strengths is his ability to understand differing party’s needs and motivations in a transaction and work through them to a mutually satisfying resolution.
Bruce and his family reside in Glenview where he and his wife extensively renovated and expanded their home. Within the community he has been active in youth hockey, Boy Scouts and a member of Glenview Community Church.
Gorgeous 2BR/2BA + den. Unit in sought after Westminster Gardens Condo just steps away from downtown Lake Forest and the Metra station. Approx. 2330 sq. ft. of luxury high-ceiling open space, New hardwood floors in LR, Dr, Den & Kitchen. Refinished hardwood throughout rest of unit. Amenities include a gas fireplace, stainless steel appliances, granite counter, patio with access from living room & main bedroom. 2 garage spaces. Both bedrooms offer a walk-in closet. Don't miss this great opportunity. No rentals. Estate sale; Sold "As Is".