190 N York Rd
Communities I Serve
Elmhurst, Oak Brook, Clarendon Hills, Burr Ridge, Willowbrook, Hinsdale
Glen Ellyn, Lombard, Villa Park, Wheaton, Downer's Grove
Oak Park, River Forest, Forest Park, Riverside, Brookfield
Addison, Wood Dale, Bensenville, Melrose Park
Anne Thompson is a Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage real estate agent who recognizes the changing market trends, adapts her business strategies to maximize her client's success, and all of Anne's professional services are provided with a personal touch. With her strong market knowledge and marketing expertise, it is no wonder that Anne's clients have only success finidng their dream home.
Education and Awards
Bachelor's degree New York University
GRI (Graduate Realtor's Institute)
SRES (Senior Real Estate Specialist)
ABR (Accredited Buyer's Representative)
ePro (Technology certified)
Areas of Expertise
Anne has her ABR designation and thoroughly enjoys working with buyers to help them find just the right home. The western suburbs are a big place and Anne enjoys knowing the subtle differences between each community in order to help her clients find the perfect town that fits with their specific needs.
She recently earned her SRES (Senior Real Estate Specialist) designation.
Some of Anne's specialties include;
- Marketing homes for sale
- Negotiating contracts
- Relocation from out of Area
- Short sales and Foreclosures
- New construction
- Consistently strong negotiator
After getting her bachelor's degree from New York University, Anne moved to the City of Chicago with her husband and lived in the Lake View and Old Town neighborhoods. They relocated to the western suburbs about 16 years ago. Anne is active in the community and enjoys giving her time and talents to charitable organizations such as Mercy Home for Boys and Girls and the American Cancer Society.
Anne enjoyed a career as a professional singer for many years in Chicago. She has sung on TV and the Radio Jingles for many products including McDonald's, Subway, State Farm Insurance, Cherry 7 up, and Hallmark Gold Crown Stores. She frequently donates her time and singing talent at fundraisers for the American Cancer Society and local Church functions.
Anne Thompson has also been very active in the PTA in Elmhurst. She and her husband deisigned and built the Haunted House for five years at Lincoln school and helped to raise record amounts of money for important programs as a result. One of her favorite yearly activities was helping the third grade class write and sing a jingle for their "Cookie Company" project.
At Bryan Middle school, Anne co-directed the talent show for two years and as a result discovered that the sound system was in need of a complete overhaul. She spear-headed the application and approval process as well as the fund-raising effort that raised more than $10,000. Students, parents and teachers now enjoy a wonderful new sound system in the auditorium.