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Curtis Hunt (Coldwell Banker)

Curtis Hunt

Real Estate Agent / Chicago, IL
Coldwell Banker - Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC

Get to know Curtis Hunt

About Curtis Hunt... Curtis Hunt left his mark in the Chicago Real Estate Market immediately when he earned the Coldwell Banker Lincoln Park Plaza Office's Rookie of the Year Award in 2004. Such an accomplishment should not be overlooked when considering the Coldwell Banker Lincoln Park Plaza office has been the number 1 Coldwell Banker office in the nation numerous times, including 2004. Curtis Hunt was able to successfully jump right into the Chicago Real Estate Market due in no small part to his 25 years of Customer Service experience. Working closely with his clients to ensure their satisfaction, Curtis has found his niche in being able to find the best deal for his clients. Whether it be condominiums, single family homes, townhomes, you name the residential property type, Curtis considers it an honor to have the opportunity to partner with people in finding their pefect home. Outside of the real estate world, Curtis spends his time staying active, regularly enjoying activities such as kayaking and biking.   Education and Designations  Member of local Board of Realtors  Member of Illinois Association of Realtors  Member of National Association of Realtors  Member of Multiple Listing Service  Bachelor of Arts, Louisiana State      

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Real Estate agent working the entire city of Chicago. My office is in Lincoln Park. Although I do not work the suburbs, I am always happy to give and receive referrals.
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