Are you looking for multi-family real estate in Chicago? Buying a property can be a long and overwhelming process, so it’s important to find a real estate agent that you can trust. If you’re looking to buy multi-family real estate and prefer a Spanish speaking realtor, Chicago Real Estate Source is your #1 resource.
Jose Hernandez is an expert on the city’s neighborhoods and real estate market. He has been a Chicago resident for decades and will help you find a perfect investment opportunity or the home of your dreams.
Fully bilingual, Jose Hernandez is one of the best Spanish speaking real estate agents in the city. He has been featured in Forbes and is one of Coldwell Banker’s top brokers in Chicago.
Jose Hernandez and Chicago Real Estate Source can help you find properties throughout the city. All neighborhoods are represented and each one has residential buildings like 2 Flats, 3 Flats, and 4 Flats. Search homes available for sale in Lakeview, Avondale, Logan Square, Humboldt Park, Portage Park, and more.
If you’re buying or selling a multi-family building (or any other property) in Chicago, the first step is finding the right agent and team to work with. It takes a true professional to ensure you’re getting the best possible deal, and Jose has years of experience helping clients.
Depending on where you’re located, Spanish speaking realtors can be hard to come by. Jose is fluent in Spanish and is familiar with all neighborhoods, making him an ideal agent for immigrants and Latino residents. He is an experienced broker with over 16 years of proven success in Chicago’s real estate market.
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