Gary A. Richter
Residential Real Estate Agent
For Gary Richter, real estate isn’t just his career; it’s his passion. Gary enjoys all aspects of the business and finds great satisfaction in turning his clients’ real estate goals into a reality.
Gary has over 25 years of experience buying and selling property in the Chicagoland area. His extensive knowledge of the market aids both sellers and buyers in determining that "right" price, while his well-honed negotiating skills bring about the best possible terms of sale.
Gary also brings a deep sense of responsibility to his role as a senior real estate broker. Whether his clients are first time buyers, sellers, or experienced investors, he considers it his duty to protect their best interests.
According to Gary, “life just doesn't get any better than when your work is also your hobby. I can't wait to get started each morning, because I truly enjoy everything about being a real estate broker."
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My Building Projects
Pablo lives in nicaragua with his wife and two children. He works hard everyday at the nearby sugar mill and finds side… Read More
Pablo lives in nicaragua with his wife and two children. He works hard everyday at the nearby sugar mill and finds side jobs whenever he can. Pablo and his wife look forward to the day they can move into a safe home and are eager to help build it too. Soon Pablo and his family will have a safe place to call home.Donate
Chicago area Giveback Homes Members have successfully funded and participated in their first Build Day on Aug. 26th in t… Read More
Chicago area Giveback Homes Members have successfully funded and participated in their first Build Day on Aug. 26th in the West Pullman community. They are currently fundraising for the second Chicago Build Day.Donate
Noel dreams of moving into a home. Since the 2010 earthquake destroyed his home 5 years ago, Noel and his family have be… Read More
Noel dreams of moving into a home. Since the 2010 earthquake destroyed his home 5 years ago, Noel and his family have been living in a thin tarp tent. Life in their tent slum is merely survival. Noel’s tent houses his wife Marchila and their 6 children, including their youngest daughter Guerda (1 years old). These loving parents are melon farmers and work hard “to have the money for our children to go forward in life”, Marchila says. The one-room, mud-floored tent is dirty, crowded, and painfully hot. “It’s impossible to stay inside when the sun is out, we have to take the baby outside until the sun goes down”. Imagine not being able to relax in your own home. When it rains, this family is completely drenched as their tent is tattered and torn. These living conditions combines with lack of sanitation and access to clean water contribute to poor health. A home is more than just a shelter – it promotes improved health, better performance in school, and the ability to take advantage of opportunities.Donate