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K+ D Homes is founded by Kimber Galvin and Drew Westergreen, sisters and partners who share a passion for helping clients achieve their real estate goals and who pride themselves on delivering the highest level of customer service.
With over 15 years of combined experience, their result-oriented approach to real estate service and complementary skill sets have propelled them among Chicago’s top-rated brokers.
Born and raised in Chicago, Kimber and Drew are huge fans of their wonderful ‘Windy City’ home. As locals, they provide their clients with an unparalleled level of market knowledge, as well as valuable insight into Chicago’s exciting and evolving neighborhoods.
Versed in multiple types of real estate transactions, Kimber and Drew’s clients are buyers, sellers, developers, investors, and renters. They have worked with new construction projects from the ground up, as well as with investment and luxury properties.
If you are looking for an expert to help you buy, sell, or invest, look no further. Our numbers speak for themselves!
Contact us today with any real estate questions! Learn how owning property can be the foundation of any investment portfolio--large or small!
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