Jayne Alofs

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As a premier realtor in Chicago, IL, Jayne's listings have included Wicker Park and Bucktown condos, River West and Streeterville condos, and many Loop, West Loop and South Loop condos for sale. Jayne often represents highly sought properties including Roscoe Village apartments and Streeterville apartments for rent.

In addition to luxury townhomes and urban homes for sale, Jayne also offers a number of condo and apartment listings in North Center, Edgewater, Andersonville, Lincoln Park, River North and the Gold Coast. See Jayne's current listings here.

Making Chicago Home

Jayne Alofs approaches her real estate business with integrity and honesty, always keeping the needs of her clients at the forefront. With her intimate knowledge of the Chicago market in upscale condos, urban homes and luxury townhomes for sale, Jayne has built a sterling reputation as a premier real estate agent in Chicago, IL. This reputation is affirmed by the close relationships she has established with her many satisfied clients.

“Jayne is the best realtor we have ever had and we have had many. She is always timely, well informed, follows-up, and just plain easy to work with. We have so much fun working with her. Our whole family has worked with her. You can’t do any better than Jayne!”

Mary, 2012

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