Born & raised in the Western Suburbs of Chicago, Tiffany spent over a decade living in Bucktown and Logan Square before investing in and rehabbing a multi-unit in Humboldt Park. It was that experience - opening up walls, learning about the bones of a home, and managing a property - that hooked her, drawing her away from the hospitality industry and into the clutches of Real Estate.
Tiffany’s passion is and has always been hospitality. After graduating from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign with degrees in Hospitality Management and Business, she went on to work for some of Chicago’s best-known restaurants, such as Next and Big Star. She thrived in every position she held thanks to her unparalleled attention to detail and warm personality. These experiences also allowed her to hone the skills that are central to a Real Estate professional and an asset to every client with whom she partners: she’s the queen of multitasking in stressful situations, and she has an innate understanding of what people want and need and, possibly most important, she’s an absolute pro at staying calm under pressure.
While Tiffany is fascinated with the design and architectural aspects of Chicago real estate, her joy comes from helping others, especially first-time homebuyers, find their dream homes and investment properties. Her clients quickly and fully trust that she will provide her honest opinion at every stage in the process - from their initial meeting to their home tours, the closing table, and beyond.
When Tiffany’s not advising clients on building construction and pricing strategy, she loves to travel. She strongly believes that one of the most important ways to grow as a person is by experiencing new cultures. Tiffany spent time living in Costa Rica, studying the language and culture, while also volunteering as an English teacher at an elementary school. There, she soaked in their nation’s motto, “pura vida,” which means that life is beautiful and should be lived to the fullest. She continues to adhere to that every day and inspires those around her to do the same.