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Suite 750
Route Chicago, IL   60642  
939 W. North Ave, Chicago, IL 60642
(312) 448-7907
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Chicago Property Finders was established with our clientele in mind; our consultative approach allows us to fully meet client needs, wants, and budget. Thus allowing us to also help place you properly in your chosen lifestyle and social groups. We understand that moving alone is an antagonizing process that does not need to be any harder by spending hours and days trying to locate the property you desire. The trained and licensed agents at Chicago Property Finders will do all of that work for you; just sit back, relax, and enjoy our tour of Chicago's most suitable residencies! If you don't know already, Chicago has a variety of different neighborhoods, lifestyles, social groups, networks, etc... There are too many variables that go into finding the perfect place to live and that is why, we at Chicago Property Finders will formulate these variables after a brief fact finding introduction. Our industry experts will then help place you in your ultimate lifestyle choice!

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  • Garrett Steve


    Prior to venturing into real estate, Garrett spent four years at Xerox Corporation in sales, where he continuously won awards for performance achievement. In addition, he also became the youngest branch sales manager in Illinois. Garrett expanded his fortune 500 sales experience when he joined Gartner as a sales consultant. Following these experiences, Garrett decided to leave the corporate world and venture out on his own to pursue his passion in real estate. Since getting his license, real estate has continued to be his passion and hobby. Due to this, Garrett truly finds happiness in helping his clients find properties that fulfill all of their lifestyle needs. His hard work and determination will guarantee your satisfaction on your next real estate transaction.

  • Brad Cohen


    Brad has been involved in real estate for 10 years in the Chicago Market, and is extremely passionate about the business. Brad has also spent the last 15 years working in the print, tech, media and internet space. Brad’s career started in the print space, where he sold media for almost 10 years. Brad then spend 5 years building & leading a region of close to 100 people, as the Senior Director of Sales of a global digital marketing company for Central North America. Brad is currently a National VP of Sales for a global Digital Presence Management Company. Brad has always had a true passion in real estate, ensuring that people have the best experience possible during their search for the perfect home, or investment property. Brad feels that the “Client First” mentality is the only way to operate in business, and will make sure your experience with Chicago Property Finders is one you will want to share with friends and family. Brad grew up in Northbrook, started his college road show at University of Kansas, and barely graduated from Illinois State University, his 3rd school attended.

  • Billy Voukides


    Blending a results-oriented approach with outstanding negotiation skills, Billy Voukides brings his years of experience and expertise in business to Chicago Properties Finders to ensure you find the perfect property that fits all your essential criteria. Combining the crucial communication skills of making his clients feel totally at ease while always keeping their best interests at the forefront of every transaction, Billy possesses the knowledge of an agent fully equipped to make your real estate dreams a reality. Billy says that becoming an agent was his "lifelong calling" and his background only backs that statement up. Having been a successful leasing consultant and manager for Chicago properties like 77 W. Huron, 1225 Old Town and the K2 Apartments, Billy knows the world of Chicago real estate and understands exactly what it takes to close deals effectively. Billy grew up in Rogers Park and Skokie before attending the University of Nevada with a focus on Hotel and Restaurant Management. Before entering into real estate, Billy successfully ran the #1 tanning salon in the Chicago area with over 15,000 clients. The experience fined tuned his already impressive negotiation skills with people of all backgrounds. Having lived all over the city from River North to the Gold Coast toLincoln Park, Billy knows the ins and outs of Chicago making him the ideal agent for all your buying and selling needs.

  • Jim Fritz


    Jim Fritz is a Real Estate Broker and a proud member of the Chicago Property Finders Team. Jim resides in the City of Chicago, a city he considers to be one of the finest in the United States. Jim is a knowable real-estate professional, confident mediator with the ability to guide his clients through their search for the perfect home. Jim uses his integrity, listening skills, and hard work to help his clients find exactly what they’re looking for. Before joining Chicago Property Finders, Jim worked for 20 plus years in the commercial and residential real-estate development industry. As an owner of a manufacturing facility that supplied construction materials to real-estate developers and municipalities, Jim learned the importance of developing and maintaining strong relationships. Jim was born and raised in the Twin Cities of Minnesota. He has a B. A. in Communication and Psychology from the University of Minnesota, Duluth.

  • Paul Lea


    Paul Lea has been working in the property management business for the last 19 years. Paul manages the day to day operations of rental properties, conducts showings and sales of properties, manages the leasing process, and successfully works with clients on issue resolution from start to finish. Paul's passion, dedication to a high level of customer service, and expertise in real estate leads to repeat customers and high satisfaction ratings from his customers. While working in the real estate business, Paul launched his career in Communications. Paul is a graduate of Illinois State University where he received his BA in Communications and Spanish. Paul eventually transitioned to communications consulting for several years where he was a Six Sigma Black Belt, taught negotiations, customer service, and sales training courses. Paul also built course material specifically tailored to the needs of his clients, and managed multiple teams while achieving stellar results.

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  • Gold Coast

    The Gold Coast forms the largest part of Chicago city downtown. Lincoln Park borders it to the north, to the west it is bordered by the Old Town and River North and Streeterville marks the border towards the south and east. Gold coast is the home for many of Chicago’s renowned restaurants and also known for the city’s most exclusive shopping. Oak street and Rush street are the main streets in the neighborhood. There are several strips with plenty of nightclubs, restaurants and bars where both visitors and residents can make stops and enjoy. Chicago offers so much, more in summer time and this is especially true on the Gold Cost. There are several activities that take place during this time of the year especially for those who enjoy the outdoors. The Oak St Beach and North Ave Beach are always full of activities; from volleyball to bike rides, all you need is sunscreen to enjoy! The fields and the beach offer various intramural sports; hence, it is not only a perfect way to meet new friends, but also helps in bonding with old friends. Nearly all these attractions are just a short distance from the Gold Coast apartments. When it comes to shopping, Oak Street is the place to be as it has several 5-star stores, on the other hand Rush Street is the place to watch people. Lincoln Zoo Park borders the Gold Coast, and this is a great place for families. Why should you consider a Gold Coast move? The Gold Coast is both bustling and quaint, with classic charm. If you want to experience the real historic Chicago feeling, luxury Gold Coast apartments will offer you just that and much more including; Goudy Square Park, Chicago Latin School, Pump Room and Contemporary Art Museum.

  • Fulton River

    The Fulton River District is a rapidly growing neighborhood with a lot to offer, being only a short distance away from Chicago city center. It is also the ideal location for residents seeking an urban environment without the rush of being in the city center. In the east it is bounded by the Chicago River; in the west by the Kennedy Expressway; in the north by Ohio Street and in the south Madison Street. Residents enjoy the nightclubs, high-end restaurants and diners found in the area. Originally, this district was an industrial area but over the past 15 years, most of the industrial buildings and warehouses have been renovated, and now house art galleries and spacious apartments. This offers a unique blend of traditional and modern that is rarely seen in other parts of Chicago. Industrial warehouses stand side by side with modern luxury condominiums. This popular neighborhood is often bathed in its signature scent of chocolate from the Blommer Chocolate factory nearby. The low rent from the newly converted warehouses drew a large crowd of artists who quickly converted the space into galleries as well as creative dining spots. To date, Fulton River District draws select clientele from all over Chicago who come to enjoy the variety of art displays. Blackbird, a nationally acclaimed restaurant, is located within this area, and requires residents and visitors alike to make reservations well beforehand. This is the ideal neighborhood to live in for professionals because of its close proximity to the Loop which is the business hub of Chicago. Aside from the professional crowd, artists too love the low rent and the short time within which they can walk to the Loop’s cultural and art institutions. Areas of interest in the Fulton River District are the United Center, Mariano’s Fresh Market, The French Market, Union Train Station, Ogilvie Train Station and Girl and the Goat.

  • Lakeshore East

    An apartment in the Lakeshore East neighborhood of Chicago on the city’s near east side will keep you within easy access of the shopping, entertainment, and cultural offerings of the big city while keeping you on the fringe of the city. Easy access to the lakefront, Millennium Park, river views, and a gorgeous park with free Wi-Fi make this the perfect neighborhood for the dog owner, family person, or even the professional that wants to be near the hustle and bustle of the city while still living in a nice and serene area. Let’s not forget about the retail shopping Mecca, the Miracle Mile on Michigan Avenue. With your luxury apartment in Lakeshore East, you will have easy access to some of the best shopping in the world. Enjoy all of the culture and activities that Chicago has to offer right outside your door. For the family oriented, the Chicago Children’s Museum is just a short walk away. It will be so easy to just hop on a bus and take the family for a fun filled and educational day at the famed Shedd Aquarium or Field Museum just a few blocks away. Go north and you can take the family to the Lincoln Park Zoo. Your new apartment in the Lakeshore East neighborhood in Chicago is waiting for you.

  • Lincoln Park

    The Lincoln Park neighborhood in Chicago is perfect for anyone wishing to rent an apartment with easy access to the city, yet just far enough away from the hustle and bustle of the heart of Chicago. Lincoln Park is a gorgeous area of Chicago and boasts several things for the single person or family to do. Lincoln Park is located on the north side of Chicago and is situated between the Chicago River and Lake Michigan. Just as one may expect from a community located on the shores of Lake Michigan, nearby North Avenue beach offers the perfect setting for sunning or swimming or simply taking a little stroll on the lakefront. Check out Lincoln Park Zoo where admission is always free and it is open every day. If you’re looking for nightlife, check out one of the many bars or pubs in the Lincoln Park neighborhood. See a comedy show at Second City. Many legendary comics like John Belushi, Tina Fey, Mike Meyers, and Bill Murray launched their careers here. Who knows, maybe you’ll see the next comedy star “before they were famous”. Check out a play at Steppenwolf Theatre or Victory Gardens Theater. Taste some of the flavors of Chicago at the elegant North Pond Restaurant.

  • Loop

    The Loop is fast becoming Chicago’s popular place to live. The Loop derived its name from the El trains that ran throughout the neighborhood in loops. The tracks ran along Lake Street, Wabash Avenue, Van Buren Street and Wells Street. It is home to the city’s Central Business District, which is the second largest in the country, and though it mainly housed office buildings and retail centers, it is now home to several luxury apartments. The Chicago River bounds the Loop to the north and west: Lake Michigan to its east and Roosevelt Road to the south. Being the CBD, the Loop houses the Chicago Board of Trade as well as Chicago Mercantile Exchange. Aside from being a business center, art institutions such as the Art Institute of Chicago, the Goodman Theatre, Chicago Cultural Center, and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra can also be found in this area. Because of the large variety of attractions available, residents have everything they need within a short walking distance. The large State Street shopping corridor is a shopper’s haven with department store chains, boutique stores as well as department flagships offering shoppers a wide range of both high-end and affordable outfits and accessories. In 1803, Fort Dearborn was erected by the U.S Army on the southern banks of the Chicago River. It is known to be the first settlement in that area that was sponsored by the United States. Around 100 years later Chicago’s street address naming convention was established and to this day addresses as far away as 40 miles from center city are described by their relation to the intersection of Madison and State Street in the Loop.

  • Old Town

    Old Town is one of the best neighborhoods in Chicago. In addition, to being a perfect place to experience both the modern age and historic nature of Chicago, it offers amenities and convenience. In Old Town there live a whole variety of unique facets including a neighborhood defense unit, farms, preservation Mecca, an urban renewal site a hippie hangout and more. This place offers continuity as there are overlapping generations of residents. Old Town landscape offers a range of nice architectural styles to its residents. Therefore, you can find everything from historic, restored or modern high-rises. Old Town offers areas where you can shop, drink and dine in friendly atmospheres. In walking distance from Old Town apartments, along Wells to the south of North Avenue, you'll find boutiques, bars, artisan shops, spices and fudge. Wells also seems to attract some of the most interesting new businesses and professionals to Chicago, who are there to rehabilitate factories and help in rebuild. Old Town is the place to be, it has something to offer each and every person who passes through its inviting gates. Why consider Old Town for your next apartment? These apartments not only provide easy access to Chicago’s best spots, Old Town offers an environment away from big city activities. Notable spots for you to frequent as an Old Town resident are; Pour House in Old Town, Plum Market, Treasure Island Grocery, Second City and X-Sport Fitness.

  • South Loop

    South Loop is currently one of the fastest growing towns in Chicago. A long time favorite for the culturally inclined, this blossoming neighborhood is home to the Shedd Aquarium, the Field Museum, and Alder Planetarium. Location South Loop is located south of the Chicago central business district. It boasts new mid and high rise luxury apartments and condos with unique converted spaces. Though South Loop on its own offers a radiance of beauty and a living space that is conducive for both singles and families, you never go without mentioning the effect of her neighborhoods including Dearborn Park, Central Station, printers Row, and University Village. These four neighborhoods are always full of life, mixing historic allure with modern convenience. The South Loop is located close to two of Chicago’s most revered institutions of higher learning; Roosevelt University and Columbia College. College going students will therefore benefit not only from the shorter distances but also from an academic lifestyle that South Loop is known for. Enjoy your time off classes at one of the state of the art dining and entertainment areas. The options are endless; you can stop for cutting edge cuisine at a hotel of your choice or opt for a drink at a familiar bar. You may also take a walk down the tree-lined streets to catch a breeze of fresh air. Summers at the South Loop Summer at the Loop is the perfect time to get out and have some fun. With the sun shining brightly above, people love to spend the summer hopping from one event to another, while they can. Expect an unending schedule of thrilling events ranging from live concerts at Grant Park to city-wide food festivals. Then there are outdoor movies and sports to catch up with. By the time its fall, you’re almost too tired to come out again.

  • Streeterville

    Streeterville represents all that a city should be. Home to world-class restaurants, shopping centers and entertainment, Streeterville offers a wide range of services and activities for its residents and visitors alike, and can be found between Lake Michigan and Michigan Avenue. Professionals favor this area because of its close proximity to the city center as well as its high-end living options. It is home to office buildings, luxury residential areas and entertainment centers. This area is ideal for people who love high-rise buildings, and who appreciate the breathtaking view of Lake Michigan that these buildings offer. Art and cultural enthusiasts can have fun at the Museum of Contemporary Art while foodies can enjoy shopping at gourmet grocery stores as well as the popular Mrs. Greens Natural Market. Streeterville is clearly an area with a little bit of something to offer for everyone. Streeterville is home to Lurie’s Children Hospital, University of Chicago Gleacher Center, NBC Tower, Northwestern University’s Downtown Campus and Northwestern Hospital. Weekly fireworks are on display at Navy Pier, while residents can have fun at the legendary Magnificent Mile. Popular places where residents can enjoy themselves include Yolk, Olive Park, AMC River East 21 Theater, Lucky Strike Lanes and Ohio Street Beach. Services that residents enjoy include, among others, dog walking services, personal training, dry cleaning and full-service concierge. Furthermore, this is a dog-friendly neighborhood complete with a dog park for residents who own dogs. Streeterville is named after the notorious conman George Streeter, after he tried to steal the area’s shoreline. It began as an industrial area and experienced a rebirth after the Michigan Avenue Bridge was built.

  • River North

    River North is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Chicago. Once known for warehouses that lined most of the major roads, this part of town has slowly transformed into one of the city’s most exciting places, attracting renters from varied social classes. With an inviting proximity to the central business district as well as closeness to numerous schools, shopping centers, cultural destinations, and restaurants, you couldn't be more comfortable. Some say the neighborhood has benefited from the high-life of the Gold Coast that seems to have spilled into it. Thanks to a surge in new construction space isn't as tight as it once was. Renters get to choose from a wide range of apartments and condos, spanning varied floor plans and featuring unique designs. The buildings are a mix of renovated spaces and full-amenity luxury apartments. The neighborhood is rich with dining options and is home to a huge art scene featuring hundreds of art galleries that attract tens of thousands in peak season. Also, there are several design stores clustered around Merchandise Mart. Weekends at River North are nothing but fun. The local restaurants will be bursting to the seams with high-energy crowds. Families that go out prefer to stay at one of the landmark restaurants found within town and the bars will be beaming with activity for the better part of the Friday and Saturday nights. River North always has an apartment under construction and new condos aren't difficult to come by. Since people looking to rent outside busy Gold Coast consider this neighborhood the best option, high-rise options are frequently available but demand is high. River North is also located just outside the Loop making it a convenient place to live especially for people who work in the city.

  • River West

    Chicago’s River West is a relatively new neighborhood lying on the west bank of the Chicago River’s South Branch. It forms part of the West Loop community. The area is bordered by Grand, Division, and the Kennedy Expressway and rubs elbows with River North and Wicker Park. River West was until recently a thriving market ground. It still boasts several charming bakeries, traditional family-owned restaurants, and produce stands. It’s only in the past few years that it has been invaded by city dwellers. Today, the construction of new apartments and condominiums is quickly changing the face of the neighborhood, attracting residents who desire a peaceful, quiet living area but who aren't comfortable living further away from downtown. Owing to the transformation of old warehouses into living spaces, River West comprises a good number of condos and converted loft-spaces. Fashionable designs and upgraded amenities are a norm in this riverside neighborhood with trendy restaurants and bars turning the nightlife into hangout time. Locals of River West are the biggest fans of their fantastic bars and delicious cuisines, but people from across the borders are increasingly finding the area attractive. As a result, most of the restaurants are often packed especially on weekends and you shouldn't be surprised to find reservations impossible if you fail to book one early. Randolph Street in particular can be very busy due to the popularity of the dining destinations that line the street. This excitement around an otherwise rather quiet River West can be attributed to the area’s proximity to the Loop and the fact that Greek Town, Little Italy, and Wicker Park are all just blocks away. River West is home to several art galleries and large studios. For example, Oprah’s Harpo Studios is found in River West. Also, it is in this neighborhood that you’ll find the United Center – home to the Blackhawks and the Chicago Bulls.

  • Wicker Park

    Wicker Park is a neighborhood that has transformed over the past two decades. It always has been a residential area, but currently offers a mix of both traditional and modern housing with a few industrial lofts renovated into modern apartments. It is bordered by Bucktown to the north, East village to the south and Western Avenue to the west. Wicker Park is an ideal area for those who would love to live in a city but prefer a small town-like neighborhood. Residents also get a historic feel in the architecture of the area as can be seen in the numerous family home rentals and the cathedrals. Wicker Park has a booming arts community that moved there 30 years ago, and continues to lend an artistic feel to the area. Strolling along its streets, you are likely to come across clothing boutiques and coffee shops. Art lovers can appreciate the variety of art galleries available as well as the music entertainment spots scattered in the area. Wicker Park offers a wide range of dining spots from luxury restaurants to ethnic cuisines to fast food cafes. Wicker Park has a lakefront, numerous parks and shopping centers and is ideal for those who love outdoor activities and who would love to maintain a high-end lifestyle. It is also family friendly as it hosts several family activities and holiday events throughout the year that families can attend. Furthermore, the Loop is only a short distance away by train. It does not matter whether you are a professional or an art lover; Wicker Park is an area that has a little bit of something to offer to everyone.

  • West Loop

    A transformation — or rather, an explosion — has taken place among the former factories, wholesale markets and warehouses on the edges of downtown. One of Chicago's fastest growing neighborhoods, the West Loop is a study of contrasts. The West Loop is rapidly growing. From high-end restaurants and trendy nightclubs to local watering holes and diners, the West Loop mixes a wide array of offerings just footsteps from the city center. Residents of the West Loop enjoy the sleek dining locales of the Randolph Street area and the nightlife of the Fulton River district. This mix of traditional and modern comes through in the selection of housing in the area, from new condo developments with every amenity needed, to warehouses and industrial spaces that have been converted into lofts. Still somewhat industrial and gritty, the slew of new sleek restaurant openings has centered around Randolph Street and nearby Fulton Market. The aptly named "Restaurant Row" doesn't discriminate against nightlife either so the selection on these few blocks alone is staggering. You can go from sushi bar to sports bar, bakery to brewery, wine tasting to taquería, butcher shop to champagne salon, late-night diner to futuristic cocktail lounge — all within this stretch. Specialty foods galore also abound at the nearby Chicago French Market, the city's only year-round, indoor marketplace. Interspersed among the West Loop luxe lofts and the chic retail boutiques are galleries, design stores and antique sources that give the area its creative-edginess. Sculpture, textiles, folk art, contemporary paintings and European prints are just some of the collections to see in the showrooms. And for more culture, Greektown has a wealth of it. A new museum and cultural center joins the Hellenic bakeries, energetic tavernas and reputable restaurants serving fresh tzatsiki, flaming saganaki and gyros — among other traditional eats.


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