Norma has called Lincoln Park home for over 35 years, and offers a wealth of knowledge about the city and suburbs to her clients. Norma holds degrees in both Business and Interior Design, utilizing her background to help clients understand the ins and outs of buying and selling while also seeing the potential to transform any space
Entrepreneurial, Norma knows what it takes to succeed in business. Prior to becoming a licensed real estate broker, Norma established herself in the interior design world founding her own interior design firm where she still puts her keen eye for design to work for clients. She draws on her experience in the design field to help her clients understand that great bones are important in real estate, offering advice and renovation suggestions to a potential buyer. A Certified Aging-in-Place Specialist (CAPS), Norma has an invested interest in helping people find a home they can live in safely as they age—whether they’re empty nesters looking to downsize or first-time homebuyers on the hunt for their perfect space to grow. Norma enjoys scouting for fixer uppers, and is always ready to help her clients invest in the ideal space.
In her free time, Norma loves to bike along the lakefront, catch a concert at Millennium Park, and soak up the sun at the beach. She enjoys wandering through the city’s many museums, and can often be found spending hours walking through new exhibits. Norma supports Habitat for Humanity regularly, both as a volunteer and through donations of leftover building materials from her rehab work.