After graduating from Purdue University and moving to Chicago, Ali’s lifelong interest in architecture and design led her to pursue a career in real estate. She started as a leasing agent but her dedication and ability led her to become Sales Manager at a prominent rental agency where she led agents to unprecedented success. Ali has since continued to follow her passion by learning the fundamentals of real estate law while working as a commercial real estate paralegal.
She is a licensed broker and especially enjoys the creativity involved in marketing properties. In addition to assisting brokers, attorneys and her own clients, Ali is working to build a portfolio of real estate investments.
Ali has an adventurous spirit. She enjoys outdoor activities, the culinary scene, and international travel. Originally from South Bend, Indiana, she currently resides in West Town.
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