Emily received her Bachelor’s in Psychology from Miami University of Ohio. For over 12 years, Emily loyally served the State of Ohio working at the Department of Transportation and gained expertise in consultant contracts and waterway permitting for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Ohio Environmental Protection Agency, FEMA floodplains, and farmland. Deciding to leave behind wetland and stream delineation and mitigation projects for the Windy City was a thrilling decision that hasn’t caused her to look back.
Emily knows what it feels like to move to a new, bustling city, and how important it is to find your ideal home to really start to make Chicago your own “kind of town”. With Emily’s exemplary skill set gained from public service, she continues to be driven to exceed her client’s expectations by going the extra mile and proving to be an invaluable resource of knowledge when consulting with both buyers and sellers on the current real estate market and negotiating real estate transactions. This not only includes implementing the most cutting-edge mediums to market her listings but also leveraging the latest tools in every step of the transaction to keep pace in today’s high pace mobile world.
When Emily isn’t property “hunting high and low” for her clients, she is extensively involved in the community with her husband, Michael Hunter, and often makes connections for her clients, be it with restaurants, retailers, or organizations that she is part of. Among her favorite causes are the Junior League of Chicago, Lincoln Square/Ravenswood Chamber of Commerce, DANK Haus, and PAWS.
Neighborhood specialties include Lincoln Square, North Center, Ravenswood, Southport Corridor, West Lakeview, Lakeview, St. Ben’s, Lincoln Park, Ravenswood, West Loop, Bucktown, Wicker Park, East Village, Ukrainian Village, Gold Coast, River West, River East, Roscoe Village, Logan Square, and Pilsen.