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Amanda Zeigler

Broker Associate

Welcome! Are you thinking about making the leap and buying a house or condo? Or is it time to sell? Whether this is your first time in the market, or you've moved so many times you have it down to a science, I would love to come alongside you, as YOUR agent. As we emerge onto the other side of the coronavirus pandemic, where we call home, the four walls we live in, means more than it ever has. With telework likely here to stay, and increased flexibility in work and schooling, the "musts" of choosing a location have perhaps shifted. Maybe now, instead of being close to the L or Metra, you'd like to be closer to your parents or other family. Or instead of having a killer view, you'd really like a yard and some privacy. We all have our dreams, and I'm here to help you get the key. I got into this profession because I love people, and I love finding houses for them. Being a real estate broker isn't just a job for me; it's a way of life where my clients come first. I chose Baird & Warner because they, too, put people first, and they are steeped in Chicago history. The fact that it's the oldest family-owned real estate brokerage in the country speaks for itself. And what's more, that family includes Key Mortgage and B&W Title, which streamlines the whole transaction process. It really is easier here! With a degree in Sustainability, I love showing how conservation and caring for this amazing planet begins at home and in your yard. What could be more rewarding? Beyond real estate, my passions include architecture and design (especially midcentury modern houses), historic preservation, spending as much time as I can outside, playing with my dog, and birdwatching. I live in Evanston, which suites all these hobbies perfectly! Prior to Baird & Warner, I was fortunate to work at a large nonprofit architecture organization in Chicago, and before that, worked on birds and conservation projects at the Field Museum and the Smithsonian's Migratory Bird Center.