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Read Our Raving Fan Reviews Don't trust these faces? Then, trust our 5-star reviews. Our phenomenal service turns clients into raving fans. And, we're not just West Town experts -- year after year AskNagel is named a Top 1% Producer out of all real estate/brokerage teams in Chicago. Greg is like a BFF when it comes to Realestate! He is willing to go beyond expected, and hustle the best outcome from a deal!

His knowledge and experience put us once again in a great position, this has allowed us to secure the best possible offer and navigate through it. Nothing is impossible with Greg, there is always a challenge big or small, and our case was not different. We had some hiccups, listed in a slower season, and then there was a tenant issue (multi unit property).

One by one we managed to overcome these issues together, and he was a great asset in all decisions. He makes himself available, no matter what, and makes personal connection to every situation. His great sense of humor and amazing expertise makes for a great professional in the industry.
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read more › In 2020, Greg's individual sales were $15 Million putting him in the elite status as a Top 1% Producer of all Chicago brokers. Because of his immediate follow up, availability, and dedication to his clients, each individual feels they are his most important client. Greg has been featured on two episodes of HGTV's number one show, House Hunters. Check out the 215+ five star reviews of Greg's work from his clients on Zillow. Greg is the Managing Broker / Owner of Ask Nagel Realty, a team of 8 brokers contributing an additional $20 Million in sales for a total of $35 Million in sales company-wide.

read more › Thomas is an East Village, Chicago resident now for over 25 years. He is active in the community and is enthusiastic about sharing his experience of Chicago and its diverse neighborhoods. Tom focuses in on what's best for each individual client and their family, and truly is an advocate for their best interests. Tom understands how important your home purchase is from both a lifestyle and financial perspective, and is ready to guide you through the process over the wide range of issues and challenges.

read more › Michael is a successful real estate professional servicing the Chicagoland market since 2004. He is experienced assisting buyers and sellers find the home or investment property that best fits their unique needs. As a lifelong resident of Chicago growing up in Beverly, purchased his first investment property in North Center in 1998, then was a very active condo owner and neighborhood activist of the West Loop until moving with his family to Logan Square/Avondale in 2017. Michael continues to achieve Top 1% status of area Realtors as part of the best team in the city.

read more › A Chicago resident for more than 25 years, Michael has owned and rented all over the city, from Lakeview to Old Irving Park, before settling in West Town, where he's lived for the past eight years. His knowledge of Chicago and its diverse, unique neighborhoods drive his passion for real estate and for finding the perfect living situation for his clients. Michael's goal is to make the process of buying and selling real estate fun, easy and rewarding. Buyers and sellers don't need to see the hard work going on behind the scenes - they should be focused on dreaming of their perfect home, or moving on to the next phase of their lives.

read more › Ryan and Brennan's knowledge of Chicago and hard-working commitment to the industry makes them a perfect choice when buying, selling and renting in Chicago. Ryan and Brennan have lived and worked in a range of neighborhoods in Chicago, ranging from Lakeview to Lincoln Park, Gold Coast to finally settling in Wicker Park. This has allowed them to become familiar with the ever changing market and put them at the fore-front of it. Being a married team themselves enables them to seamlessly work with each other and clients, putting their clients a step ahead of the rest enabling them to work harder and smarter as a combined team.

read more › Wicker Park's borders are roughly defined by these streets: Division to the south, Bloomingdale to the north, Ashland to the east, Western to the west. Once an artists' enclave and the hippest part of town, Wicker Park has matured into an eclectic mix of upscale and gritty, hip and trendy - a relatively expensive and sought-after neighborhood. At the center of the neighborhood lies Wicker Park itself. Relatively compact at almost five acres, Wicker Park hosts numerous community-focused activities and events.

read more › East Village's borders are Grand to the south, Division to the north, Milwaukee to the east, Damen to the west. And, although it lies just to the east of Ukrainian Village and indeed, the name is short for East Ukrainian Village, East Village has an identity of its own. An eclectic mix of vintage and modern, East Village's tree-lined streets and vibrant shopping and dining corridors create the perfect backdrop for urban life, close to downtown but bucolic enough to almost seem suburban in certain areas.

read more › The borders of Ukrainian Village are roughly Grand to the south, Division to the north, Damen to the east, Western to the west. As the name implies, Ukrainian Village proudly proclaims its Ukrainian heritage, through the many churches, schools, restaurants and cultural institutions still serving the Ukrainian community. Ukrainian Village was the first neighborhood in the city to be officially recognized, when Mayor Jane Byrne issued a proclamation in 1983. Although the neighborhood officially ends on the south side at Chicago Avenue, we're extending to Grand for the purposes of this article.

read more › The borders of Smith Park are Grand to the south, Augusta to the north, Western to the east, California to the west. Named for the eponymous park that lies on the south side of the neighborhood, Smith Park occupies that rare space where hip and homey meet. Tree-lined streets hold many single-family homes, both vintage and modern, while some of the hottest restaurants and shops have popped up on the commercial corridors of the neighborhood. The park itself is a perfect community hub, with tennis courts, an outdoor swimming pool, a playground, and a large fieldhouse all there for residents' recreational needs.

read more › Named for the eponymous park at the center of the neighborhood, Pulaski Park is one of the value neighborhoods in greater West Town. Bordering Wicker Park and East Village, Pulaski Park offers its residents easy access to all of those neighborhoods' amenities while remaining somewhat lower-priced due to physical infrastructure issues. Pulaski Park itself is definitely the highlight of the neighborhood. Designed by Jens Jensen in 1912 to offer green space and bathing facilities to the primarily working-class residents of the area, it now includes a swimming pool, baseball diamonds, and a gorgeous classic fieldhouse for community events.

read more › While often used as the punchline for jokes about realtors creating neighborhoods out of thin air, West Bucktown has really come into its own. Arguably a part of Humboldt Park or Logan Square, West Bucktown has a dedicated group of neighbors working to ensure that the area maintains its own identity. At Ask Nagel, we recognize the neighborhood as one of the key-value areas in greater West Town. The borders of this community are North Avenue to the south, Armitage to the north, Western to the east, California to the west.

read more › Bounded by the highway and the river and bisected by numerous train lines, the River West neighborhood was, for many years, somewhat forgotten. In recent years, however, value-seeking homebuyers have discovered the charm of this neighborhood, and development has followed. Walkable to the Loop, West Loop, and Michigan Avenue and well-served by public transportation, River West is truly centrally located. River West's borders: Division Avenue to the north, Grand Avenue to the south, 90/94 to the west, the Chicago River to the east.

read more › Often referred to as "The Village in the City, " the Roscoe Village neighborhood achieves the lofty goal of small-town living in the middle of a major city. With a bustling downtown' surrounded by tree-lined picturesque residential streets and more stroller traffic than car traffic, Roscoe Village is an oasis for those wanting or needing to be near the amenities of the city, while maintaining that Mayberry feel. Roscoe Village's borders are Addison to the north, Belmont to the south, the Chicago River to the west, and Ravenswood to the east.

read more › After many years existing unnoticed as a sleepy section of West Lakeview, Southport Corridor really started to come into its own in the 90s. Since then, the Southport neighborhood has blossomed into one of the hottest neighborhoods in Chicago, with Southport Avenue becoming one of the premier shopping and dining destinations in the city. With tree-lined streets filled with single-family homes and small condo and apartment buildings, great schools, and easy access to the Loop, it's easy to understand why Southport Corridor took off as it did.

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