For MKT Broker Specialist George Cain, real estate is about relationships. During the research and purchasing processes, George relies on truly understanding his clients’ best interests.
“It’s all about my clients,” George said. “My ego is checked at the door, and I want nothing more than to be a trusted adviser for my clients and to get them into a home they love.”
George joined MKT Properties in June 2017 and brings with him a wealth of industry experience. For the past decade, George has helped people across the Chicagoland area find their dream homes. Today, he works mostly in the Lincoln Park, Lakeview and Andersonville neighborhoods and then radiates across Chicago from there, including the North Shore, Western suburbs, Pilsen, and Bridgeport.
One thing George’s clients appreciate most about him is his attention to detail and ability to point out areas for improvement or better use of space.
“With 10 years of experience, I’m very adept at pointing out details that most people don’t notice,” he said. “I can tell when windows need replacing or when walls can be knocked out to create a better kitchen/living space. I also have an understanding of what these things cost and bring that to negotiations.”
If you have or are hoping to have children, George takes the extra step to ensure you have a good understanding of the area’s school ratings and your potential return on investment. His main goal is that his clients are fully prepared and have all all the information they need to make the best decision.
“George is an awesome agent and an even better person, and we are honored to be in business with him,” said MKT Partner Mary Haight. “His commitment to making sure his clients are taken care of is extremely admirable. We are beyond thrilled to have him on the team.”
When he’s not working with clients, you’ll most likely find George exploring Chicago, reading or attending a charity event. Giving back to the city he loves is a priority for George and one of the main reasons he joined MKT.
“I love Chicago,” George said. “There’s just as much diversity in the culture and character of the city as there is in its people.”