Grace Goro is a high-end residential real estate specialist out of @properties largest Illinois office at Goose Island in Chicago. In her early years, she helped her first team secure a record $42 million in volume before branching out to found her own boutique real estate team, The Goro Brenner Group.
In order to make sure that her clients’ needs are addressed quickly and consistently, Grace surrounds herself with a team of highly-skilled professionals. They practice immediate response times and work diligently to accommodate their clients’ specific ambitions.
From initial orientation to staging and photography to market strategy, Grace works extensively to prepare her properties for market. Her detail-oriented approach helps to procure the highest possible purchase price for her sellers. She proceeds with her buyers in a similar fashion, insisting on individualized service for each client from start to finish.
Grace comes from a real estate background. Her father, Chuck Goro, was the managing broker of her former Lincoln Park Coldwell Banker office. Her three sisters are also in real estate. Her eldest sister, Taira Doherty, is a high-end residential real estate specialist; her sister, Julie Braglia, is a mortgage broker and her third sister, Gwen Goro, is the Goro Brenner Group team’s operations manager. Further, Grace’s grandfather founded Benson Realty, a brokerage out of Orland Park.
Today, Grace’s business is based on referrals and although she has experience across Chicagoland, she specializes in high-end residential real estate on Chicago’s north side including Lincoln Park, Old Town, River North, Lakeview, Bucktown, Wicker Park, Ukranian Village, West Loop and select suburbs including her hometown of Park Ridge.
Grace serves as the Vice-Chair for the 2017-2018 Chicago Association of Realtors® Young Professionals Network (YPN) and is also a member of the Realtors® Political Action Committee (RPAC) work group. She is the founder of the Prostate Cancer League, a 501(c)(3) charitable organization dedicated to raising funds and awareness to prevent and treat prostate cancer.
Julia knows that her clients come first. She values their needs, puts emphasis on honest business relationships and understands the power of proactive marketing. Living and working in the Chicagoland area, she is keen to the trends of the Windy City and its ever-changing real estate landscape. Julia works closely with her Goro Brenner Group founding partner, Grace Goro, as well as her managing broker, listing team and other real estate professionals. She believes that surrounding herself with real estate specialists greatly improves the service that she can provide her clients.
Buying or selling a home is one of the biggest decisions you can make in your lifetime, and Julia promises to offer diligent service throughout this life-changing and exciting process. “I know that my clients put a lot on the line when buying and selling property,” she says. “Beyond the financial responsibility, there’s an emotional side that kicks in when someone is selling the home their kids grew up in or looking for a place to start a family. I respect those feelings and work hard to make sure my clients get the best service and my utmost attention. They come first.”
Julia specializes in Chicago’s near north side, including but not limited to Lincoln Park, River North, Old Town, Lakeview, Wicker Park and West Loop, as well as some suburbs, including Park Ridge, Glenview, Evanston/Skokie, Deerfield and Highland Park.
Julia is an enthusiastic member of her community and a die-hard Chicago Cubs and Blackhawks fan. She is a member of the Young Professional’s Board for Eversight Illinois, an organization dedicated to the preservation and restoration of sight. She volunteers for various other charities and is a part of Coldwell Banker’s charitable foundation. Julia is also an active member of the Chicago Association of REALTORS® Young Professionals Network and is a member of the Chicago Association of REALTORS®. When Julia isn’t working, you can find her biking on the lakeshore, trying new restaurants with friends and family, or constantly redecorating her home.