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Sheridan - Enjoy Country Living on 16 beautiful acres!


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Don't miss this sharp ranch home with large family room and upgraded kitchen.  This home will not last!

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Phone:   630-554-9202

Fax:       630-554-9358

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Managing Broker

Jack Weis
630-554-9202(Office)
630-730-7556(Cell)
630-554-9358(Fax)

55 S. Madison St.
Oswego, Illinois, 60543

 

Welcome to Weis Real Estate  

Let Freedom Ring!

 

Our Commitment to you!

Since 1973 when Weis Real Estate of Oswego, IL. was established, our office staff has incorporated a total commitment to the community,our Board of Realtors, and most of all to our clients. “Client satisfaction has been and always will be our most important asset” in all of our business transactions. Our focus will always be maintained on this premise so that we can provide the best professional service in the Oswego and the Fox Valley area.

We know that the competition is extremely keen in the Real Estate industry. However our reputation and stability speaks for itself! Each one of our staff members is highly trained on computer skills, client communication and client representation. Our office has dedicated over 43 years in the local Real Estate industry. We are one of the top producing offices in the Fox Valley area today that gives the professional service that our clients greatly appreciate. We will continue to keep this designation in the future because all present agents and any new agents that join our firm will be strictly trained to serve you in the most professional manner. We will always provide the “Hometown Hospitality” for your Real Estate needs.

Our agency has sold countless millions of dollars of Real Estate over the past 43 years which accounts for our integrity, stability, and professionalism to our clients. However these goals could not have been reached if our agents had not put forth the extra effort of hard and diligent work during each transaction. Our agents always put our client’s needs first to satisfy their real estate requirements.

Throughout the many years in the business, we have found that our marketing techniques are quite different than other offices but we have found that our techniques are extremely effective! There is one underlying reason behind our marketing strategy that makes it so successful. 
"Rock hard marketing produces the most effective results".

So when either buying or selling, if you want top performance, quality service and professional representation, then let Weis Real Estate be the “Realtor of Your Choice”. The benefits will definitely be your reward!

Respectfully,

Jack C. Weis

President/Managing Broker


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