Tim Pareti
Realtor and Illinois certified residential appraiser
@Properties – Evanston

QSC (Quality Service Certified)
ABR (Accredited Buyer’s Representative)

I’m  a Realtor who won’t take on too many assignments at one time so that leaves me the time and energy to focus on your needs. When you have a question you want to reach your Realtor not talk to an assistant or voice mail. You can reach me on my cell from 9 a.m. – 11 p.m. 7 days a week. That’s what I call availability. That’s my commitment to you.

I love helping clients buy and sell real estate. I get to meet new people, view beautiful homes, make new friends and help clients make the best decision in probably the most expensive investment they will ever make. It’s a rewarding profession, and I’m good at what I do.

Trained as a Realtor and Certified Residential Appraiser, I have an eye for value – real and potential. I also have the experience and knowledge to gather, analyze and interpret complex real estate data -a value to any buyer and seller. In addition, I have a successfully proven method to sell homes using an effective customized and innovative marketing and advertising plan that has helped my clients get the most money for their homes in the least stressful and smoothest transactions possible. A top producer in sales, I have been selling, buying and appraising real estate full-time for more than a decade.

I grew up in the Lincoln Square neighborhood in Chicago, and now I live in Evanston with my beautiful wife and two amazing children. Evanston is an absolutely vibrant and dynamic town full of warm and interesting people and home to one of the most elite universities – Northwestern University. Evanston, located along Lake Michigan, contains stunning vintage homes, numerous beaches and parks and a lively downtown.

So, if you’re looking to buy or sell a home, please call or email me – I would be honored to have your business and help you with your real estate needs.

Please visit North Suburban Appraisals.

* Passionate in selling and buying homes
*Proven successful in negotiating contracts
*Trained in gathering, analyzing and presenting real estate statistics
*Personally involved in all steps of the real estate transactions
*Specializing in marketing and advertising homes
*Highly motivated and organized in meeting set goals
*Diligent, persistent and detailed oriented in completing tasks
*Skilled in techniques of selling and closing a home

*Master of Science in journalism – Texas A&M University
*Bachelor of Arts in English & journalism – Stephen F. Austin University
*Associate of Arts in Business – Stephen F. Austin University
*Paralegal certificate – Harper Community College
*Secondary Teacher Certificate – Stephen F. Austin University

*Certified Residential Appraiser
*ABR (Accredited Buyer’s Representative)
*National Association of Realtor’s Short Sales and Foreclosure certification
*QSC (Quality Service Certified)
*National Association of Realtor’s Green agent designation
*Broker Price Opinion certified
*Certified Negotiation Specialist
*Member of the National Honor Society in Paralegal Studies
*The Chicago Green Living Examiner

Community Involvement
*Member of  Evanston’s Community Emergency Response Team (CERT)
*Former Cub Scout Den leader, Troop 924
*Baseball, basketball youth coach


State officials discuss plans to move into Evanston lakefront mansion

State officials discuss plans to move into Evanston lakefront mansion

Evanston transfer tax nearly doubles in 2013

No sprinklers in burned down Evanston building

Feb. 5 deadline for senior citizen property tax exemption  

Top Berrios aide loses appraisal license

Mortgage rates inch lower

Housing starts soften after last month’s highs

Storm brewing over new mortgage rules

FEMA denies aid to tornado-ravaged Illinois

Former Groupon co-founder sells Evanston home

Former Groupon co-founder sells Evanston home at 581 Ingleside Park

Cusacks sell family home at 838 Sheridan Rd.

New Cubs bench coach buys Evanston home at 9554 Central Park

Owners of fire ravaged downtown Evanston building faced with hard choices

New FHFA chief to loosen credit standards?

Banks aim to clear foreclosure backlogs

Mortgage rates edge higher entering 2014

The year of the skyscraper

More than 3 million regained equity in 2013

Sun Belt is the center of the population shift

Are dome homes the next big thing?

Homeowners try to score Super Bowl dough

Buyers get extended offer period on REOs

As mortgage rates climb, home sales slip

Jimmy Fallon tops Zillow’s most desirable celebrity neighbor list

San Francisco investor buys Evanston’s Church Street Plaza

San Francisco investor buys Evanston’s Church Street Plaza

Evanston aldermen postpone tower debate

Evanston gets another B&B request: not from Pritzker

Pritzker says Evanston would have seen a $5.1 million economic impact in failed mansion sale

Pritzker buys 1911-1917 Church St. building near ETHS

Confusion over Evanston landmark homes sparks reform

Former NBA star buys Evanston apartment building

Evanston’s Emerson Square holds ribbon cutting

Dominick’s still hold the cards in Evanston Plaza Shopping Center development

NU breaks ground on Kellogg School in Evanston

Chicago Foreclosures rise in October

Perfect storm dampens housing affordability

NAR Board OKs plan to redevelop Chicago headquarters

A guide to understanding the 3.8 percent real estate tax under the Affordable Healthcare Act

Evanston developer wants residential not office building

Evanston developer wants residential not office building 

U.S. Bank accused of racial discrimination in maintaining Evanston properties

Evanston activist group to ponder lakefront protection ordinance

Evanston retail vacancy drops 

Evanston developer of old Kendall College site expects groundbreaking soon

Evanston downtown office building for sale

Chase Bank backs out of plans for a new branch in northwest Evanston

Michael Jordan to auction his Highland Park home

Chicago foreclosure starts down in 3rd quarter

Chicago in the top 10 markets for house-flipping

Post crisis policies may be holding down home ownership

Strategic defaulters in Fannie and Freddie’s crosshairs 

35 % of homebuyers are open to buying a haunted house

Evanston Arts Center may stay in mansion

Evanston Arts Center may stay in mansion

New Evanston apartments sell for $70 million

Chicago home sales rise, prices drop

New homeowner’s lobby group forms

New Northwestern basketball coach buys Winnetka home

Business property tax breaks on the rise

Lightning sets fire to Evanston home

Evanston real estate property tax transfer soar in July

Lenders revive lock and shop program

Housing frenzy eases

Illinois tops in states with the biggest foreclosure drop

Investors bank on senior housing boom

Volatile market make appraisals difficult

California city persists on controversial eminent domain plan

Is there another housing bubble on the way?

Study says walkable neighborhoods better for kids


Evanston’s NSP grant is working, says NU report

Evanston’s NSP grant is working, says NU report

Evanston Council rejects Pritzker’s bid for lakefront mansion

Five Evanston homes sold for more than $1 million in June

Evanston condo unit catches on fire on Elmwood Ave.

Illinois proposes fire sprinkler mandate for new homes

Legal threat over city’s eminent domain plan

HUD imposes new rule to track diversity in nation’s neighborhoods

Ariel Castro’s house of horrors demolished


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