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Cleaner. Leaner. Still generally civil. Check out our new website!

We’ve updated mhwasserman.com to be user- and mobile-friendlier.

From streamlining the look and including reviews to adding photos of our team, we’ve made it easier to help sellers, buyers and brokers understand how we get them to the closing table on time, as planned.

Left/Before: While good looking, the former site was difficult to navigate on mobile phones.
Right/After: The new site is easier to navigate and share. It’s also easier to view when you’re on the run.
Stay tuned! The new look is just the first step, soon we'll add a real estate resource section, where you will find checklists, links and forms that help simplify the often-complex real estate process.

Check us out at mhwasserman.com.

Questions? Compliments? You can still call me at 312.726.1512—some things haven’t changed.

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