Thomas Follert

Thomas Follert

REALTOR®

  • Cell: 630-336-3201
  • Office: 630-894-1030
  • Office Location: 107 S. Bloomingdale Road, Bloomingdale, IL 60108

About Thomas Follert

Tom Follert Sells The Chicago Suburbs

WELCOME! I’m Tom Follert “The Chicago Suburbs Realtor with A “World of Experience” America’s NUMBER1EXPERT™ for Chicago’s Northwest Suburbs Real Estate. Specializing in Bloomingdale, Carol Stream, Schaumburg, Hoffman Estates, Barrington, Palatine, Roselle, Streamwood, Elgin, Bartlett, Rolling Meadows and Elk Grove Village. Along with the Chicago Western Suburbs!!
Everything you need to know about buying or selling a home in Chicago’s Northwest suburbs can be found here on my Web site! This innovative web site will provide you with the most comprehensive information available in today’s Real Estate Market, with all the newest cutting edge technology. My name is Tom Follert and I am dedicated to providing the finest service, while breaking new ground. Because the real estate industry is becoming more sophisticated and challenging every day, you need a professional who has a proven track record, and makes the New Real Estate Technology an integral part of his everyday business! I have been providing and promoting Real Estate Services and technology since I was licensed by Governor Thompson in the 1980′s and am ranked in the top 1% of all Realtors nationwide!
  • My affiliations with relocation companies, builders and major corporations such as Motorola, have benefited both my buyers and sellers! In addition, all my clients in the Northwest Suburbs receive all the benefits of our new technology to help them make informed decisions, in this rapidly changing market!
  • Whether you are buying or selling, I can show you how to $SAVE THOUSANDS! Let me put my experience to work for you! Call me, I am a “24″ hour professional, here to serve you serving the Northwest Suburbs since the 1980′s!
  • When you make an offer on a house, your biggest decision is how much to offer. Although you don’t want to pay more than you have to, it is sometimes hard to predict how much is “enough” for the seller.
  • Some sellers price their homes at their bottom line and may be unwilling to negotiate, unless the house has been on the market for a long time. Others build in a little room for negotiation. Some sellers are more motivated than others to get their homes sold. Whatever your situation, it is hard to know what sellers will do until they are presented with an offer. If your offer is very low, your finances might look shaky, and asking the sellers to pick up the closing costs might just result in refusal fo your offer. While sellers like to get their asking prices, good listing agents prepare them for the possibility of receiving offers that involve some compromises.