Trudo Realty might be in the business of real estate, but behind every property is a person – managing it, leasing it, buying it, showing it, caring for it, calling it home.
We know you need a lot more than someone with a ring full of keys. You need a partner. That's why we have advisors, not agents, who are here to help every step of the way.
Getting to know you is the first step in finding you a perfect place to live. We believe in the power of life-long relationships and what it means to be your real estate partner.
By focusing on things that matter, like people and relationships Trudo is able to consistently deliver exceptional customer service. Just look at our reviews.
The only thing our advisors do better than listening is finding you a great place to live. Coincidence? Of course not. We're good at what we do because we're good listeners.
Trudo Realty began in 2010 when two real estate agents decided there was room in the market for an agency focused on people. What began as a specialization in high-end apartment loans in Chicago's north and west sides, has evolved into a market presence throughout the Loop, Near South Side, North and West sides, and Evanston. Though we continue to grow, our values and commitment to customer service remain unchanged. Always looking to the future, Trudo believes in long-term relationships and is excited to see where the market, and our customers, will take us next.
Aaron has called Logan Square home for 8 years. He enjoys playing music (drums, guitar, piano) and secretly loves romcoms.
This life-long Chicagoan is big fan of the Godfather movies (1 and 2), pecan pie, and spending time with his daughter.
Originally from Puerto Rico, Alex now lives in Lincoln Park and is a proud dog-dad to Cocoa Puffs, a terrier-mix rescue.
This UW grad is a die-hard Badgers fan who loves football, a good IPA, and tattoos. In his spare time he also enjoys ballroom dancing.
Chris has been to 47 of the 50 United States and has a black belt in tae kwon do. If that’s not impressive we don’t know what is.
This Logan Square resident loves oysters, chocolate pecan pie, and music (listening to, writing, and performing).
Daniel’s self-given nickname is "The Agent of the Night." That pretty much sums it up.
David’s greatest fear is balconies with low railings. Rest assured he’ll keep you safe on showings.
This seafood lover is an avid soccer player and former professional athlete for the Ecuadorian national football league. David también habla español.
This Logan Square resident loves estate sales, buying hats, and spending time with his family (including their shiztsu named Penny).
Jonathan lives in Chicago's Irving Park neighborhood with his family and owns a hotel in Costa Rica (um, vacation anyone?).
Cat-mom to Gizzy, Jordan plays the French horn and can whistle like no one’s business. She’s also one of seven children.
This pet-less dog-lover was born in Brooklyn and grew up in Philadelphia. It comes as no surprise that his favorite dessert is cheesecake.
Despite being vegan, Mariah's favorite dessert is cookie dough ice cream. She enjoys writing, the movie Mulan, and lives in Oak Park.
Originally from Michigan, Mary now calls Orland Park home. She's a proud dog-mom to Bentley, a Goldendoodle, and mom-mom to three beautiful children.
Nathan (aka "Nate the Great") lives in Buena Park, loves Golden Retrievers, and enjoys playing the piano (but only for himself).
Fun fact: this Louisville native walked 500 miles in (about) a month on a pilgrimage in Spain. She also dabbles in theater, sailing, and personal finance.
Born and raised in Chicago, Yonatan (or "Yony" for short) loves sports, tamales and flan. Not necessarily in that order.
Interested in joining the team? Give us a shout. We're always in the market for ambitious, hardworking, people-loving people.
Chris has lived in Chicago for since 2008 and currently resides in Buena Park. His secret talent: juggling, literally and figuratively.
A life-long Chicago resident, Eddie is a huge fan of the Cubs, all Rocky movies, and gummy bears. But especially gummy bears.
Chelsea claims she can touch her tongue to her elbow. She also used to play Roller Derby in Atlanta (this has been confirmed).
Nichole is our resident Ace Ventura in every way — except when it comes to ants. She’s deathly afraid of ants.
JB’s spirit animal is a giant squid. She’s also a little bit psychic, enjoys gardening and French-themed living room picnics.