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David and the entire Schwabe group were very helpful in the process of selling my home. Any time I had a question, no matter how silly the question seemed to me, they were right there to answer it. Once my home was listed the showings stated immediately. It was sold quickly and smoothly.
Dave, Brian and the entire team are outstanding. They were extremely knowledgeable, and assisted us with both the sale of our home and the purchase of a new one. Brian was extremely patient and accommodating, and showed us countless properties before we made our decision. Their suggestions regarding staging and pricing for the sale of our existing home was instrumental in a quick and easy closing. The whole process was more stressful than had realized, but with their guidance, knowledge, and as…
David did a great job selling my home. He knows the market, he has the expertise and the right contacts to have brought the right mix of qualified buyers, in sufficient quantity, that we had three offers by 3:00 pm on the first day. I accepted the highest offer which was $12,600 more than the asking price. I won’t hesitate to recommend him to anyone, buyer or seller
David Schwabe was excellent and very helpful in selling and buying a new home. He was great at handling the negotiations with the buyer and provided me with up to date information. I will definitely use David and his associates in the future for the sale of my home.
David knows the NW Suburbs very well. It was clear from the very beginning that he understood the dynamics affecting the market. He predicted accurately the range where he believed that our home would close. His intimate knowledge of the neighborhood allowed us to negotiate from a position of strength. If you’re buy or selling a home in Arlington Heights, Buffalo Grove, Palatine, Long Grove, or Wheeling I’m not sure there is a better realtor than David Schwabe. Good luck!
David was very professional and helped provide an objective perspective to selling the home. Not only was David helpful, but his team was an invaluable contributor to the process.
Dave and his team were very professional and always available for all of our questions. Dave knows the market. Our house also sold before the printed brochures arrived. Highly recommend Dave and his team
Dave knows the Arlington Heights market so well, with so much experience. He really helped me out .. examples: I was out of town when my dream house showed up on the market. Dave got me everything I needed to make an offer while out of town. We then ran into some challenges with the appraisal, and other things that Dave was able to provide expert, experienced advise to “land the plane.” Great job, Dave! I have used him twice. Once for a sell and another for a purchase. Great job on both!
I have known David for several years and have even referred him with great results. I was given the task of selling My Mother In Laws home and it was very dated and needed a lot of work. I brought in David and his team to advise me on what was best to do. After reviewing their plan I decided he was the professional and followed his advice. The day the house went on the market we had many showings, 2 offers and it sold over asking. It closed without a hitch and went very smoothly. I think Davids…
David was instrumental in the sale of our Buffalo Grove home in March. We appreciated his professionalism, honesty and outreach to the local community with information about our home. Having lived in our home more than 36 years, David and his team helped us with all aspects of the sale and the “letting go”