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 Welcome to MW Real Estate Solutions and Olivia Homes!

 

Welcome to Midwest Real Estate Solutions and Olivia Homes, where we are not your typical real estate company.  What makes us different is simple.  We are committed to helping you, and your family in a very timely manner.  We work with homeowners that may be up against strict timelines, and may need to sell their property quickly.

 

Best of all, there are no surprises, just sound advice and professional service, backed by our commitment to excellence.  On top of that you will receive personal attention at each step of the process.

 

The biggest mistake we see homeowners make is that they do not explore all of their options and simply run out of time due to pressure and stress.  Pick up the phone and call us immediately to set up an information only appointment.

 

Call Midwest Real Estate Solutions and Olivia Homes at 1-800-HOPE-DAY

 

Our Mission

To better lives and communities through real estate education and proven real estate solutions.

 


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Recent Posts

How to Make a Small Bedroom Feel Big

Posted by on Apr 18, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

How to Make a Small Bedroom Feel Big

There are many good homes that have small bedrooms that create a tiny cramped feeling which will make claustrophobic people have nightmares. The good news is that there are ways to make a small bedroom feel big and without having to spend a great deal of money. Simply by making a couple of intelligent choices when it comes to the color, patterns, lighting, and furniture that you select, your bedroom can appear bigger and offer more space that before. Limit Amount of Furniture You’ll want to limit the amount of furniture that you put in the...

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Rogers Park Guide

Posted by on Apr 11, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

Rogers Park Guide

A combination of academic types mixed with a bohemian feel makes Rogers Park unique in all of Chicago. The northernmost neighborhood in the city, you can find plenty in the Rogers Park guide to make your trip more than worthwhile. From hidden shops to celebrated establishments, this is a definite must-see place if you are in the windy city. Emil Bach House: If you have $12, you can tour this remarkable house that was designed by the legendary Frank Lloyd Wright from May to October. However, if you have a bit more money, you can actually sleep...

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Wicker Park Guide

Posted by on Apr 4, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

Wicker Park Guide

This neighborhood has a celebrated association with the latest in trends thanks to many of the established shops and some new ones that will catch your eye. From Reckless Records and Myopic Books to the vintage boutique of Kokorokoko and much, much more, the vibrant energy of this area highlights the Wicker Park guide that will help residents and tourist experience the most out of this region of the city. Asrai Garden: There are many things to choose from in this garden starting with the flowers, candles, and soaps progressing to the...

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Ukrainian Village Guide

Posted by on Mar 28, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

Ukrainian Village Guide

One of the trendier locations in Chicago, the Ukrainian Village is currently one of the biggest hot spots in the city. This Ukrainian Village guide shares a few of the many great places to shop, play, and eat which is why more people are coming to this side of the city. Bite Café: There are few spots in Chicago that handle the upper-scale dining experience better than this remarkable café. The pan-roasted ruby red trout is to die for. Black Dog Gelato: You can find a number of delicious flavors of gelato in this location. From chocolate chip,...

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Portage Park Guide

Posted by on Mar 21, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

Portage Park Guide

It was not long ago that Portage Park was best known by Chicago residents for the massive Sears store that sat at the Six Corners intersection. Today, just one look at the Portage Park guide provides plenty of things to see and do in this wonderful section of Chicago. New businesses are dotting the area along with fresh sidewalks and an updated look that even sports murals along many of the walls. There are a number of annual events that are sprinkled into the daily activities that you can engage in Portage Park. Chicagoland Canoe Base: This...

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North Center Guide

Posted by on Mar 14, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

North Center Guide

Located between Lake View and Lincoln Square, North Center offers a vibrant, fascinating place to enjoy a wide variety of activities. In this North Center guide, you will see some of the more popular shops and places to eat in the area. Bellybum Boutique: For those with young children, particular children with special needs you will discover many hard to find toys in this shop. In addition, there are also very stylish baby clothes as well made in large part from Finn and Emma’s organic line of clothes and Aden and Anais blankets. The Big...

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Lincoln Square Guide

Posted by on Mar 7, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

Lincoln Square Guide

When you enter Lincoln Square, you can feel the German heritage that is part of this community. The Old Town School of Folk Music lies at the center of the influences on this rich, diverse area. The enchanting vibe that emanates from the venue help to set the atmosphere for this community that offers many interesting shops, places to eat, and other attractions. In this Lincoln Square Guide, you’ll find out more about this remarkable area. Amy’s Candy Bar: Owned by Amy Hansen, a French Pastry School graduate, she has realized her dream of...

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Andersonville Guide

Posted by on Feb 29, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

Andersonville Guide

This fun north side community of Chicago offers plenty of places to eat and shop. This area of the city is most noted for the home furnishing stores that attract people from around the world. Here is a little Andersonville guide to the best places to go in this part of Chicago. The Coffee Studio: Enjoy drinking from a wide variety of coffees in a lovely studio setting surrounded by local art. Great Lake: You can enjoy homemade sausage along with fresh mozzarella at Great Lake which is frequently full of hungry customers. The Haymaker Shop:...

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Logan Square Guide

Posted by on Feb 22, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

Logan Square Guide

There are numerous places in Logan Square that make for the perfect mini-getaway to a hard week or when visiting from outside Chicago. In this Logan Square Guide, you will get a taste of what this remarkable place has to offer. Bang Bang Pie Shop: You’ll find a different flavor every day, but you can still enjoy the same options of fruit, cream, and chocolate that are so delicious. Centennial Monument: This marble Doric column in the middle of the square was designed by Henry Bacon and officially dedicated in 1918. It commemorates the...

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Buying Your Next Home

Posted by on Feb 15, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

Buying Your Next Home

When it comes to buying your next home, it can be a very rewarding experience if you put in the right type of research and work in order to get what you want. Manage your Expectations The stress level of buying a home is often proportional to the expectations you have in store. Realizing that there will be delays, hassles, and unexpected expenses as part of the home buying experience will help manage your expectations to a more reasonable level. For first time home buyers this will still be challenging but the end result will be far less...

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