Liz Fitzgerald

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Meet Liz

Broker Associate

Liz was born and raised in Elmhurst with her parents and three siblings. Liz attended Immaculate Conception Grade School and Fenwick High School then went on to receive her BS from Indiana University. While attending Indiana University, she became a part of the Delta Zeta sorority. After college, Liz moved to New York City to work in Sales at Madison Square Garden. After some time in New York, she decided to move back to Elmhurst.

Liz’s whole heart is in Elmhurst and these surrounding towns, so she decided there is nowhere else she would rather begin her career in real estate. Liz received her license in 2014 and has been sharing her knowledge of real estate ever since. When not working, Liz enjoys spending time with family, friends, playing with her handsome nephew and darling niece, or finding time to go to as many Orangetheory classes as she can.

Liz feels it is her responsibility to help support her clients and make the home buying and/or selling process as simple, efficient, and successful as possible. By being a part of the Schiller Team, which is the #1 Real Estate team in Elmhurst and DuPage County, Liz knows she can help achieve this goal.

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The Schiller Team is committed to going above and beyond for each and every client and ultimately providing the best service and real estate experience possible. This philosophy ensures that we are always available to listen, share our expertise and respond quickly to our clients’ individual needs. Leveraging the most innovative marketing and technology in the business, we aim to maximize results for our clients and continually exceed their expectations. We believe the most important qualities in a real estate broker are integrity, expert local market knowledge, effective negotiation skills and strong technological abilities. The Schiller Team was built on these qualities, and they continue to be the foundation for our growth and success.

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