Mo Dadkhah


Main Street Real Estate Group

2315 N Southport Ave, Chicago, IL 60614

Mo Dadkhah was born and raised in the northern suburbs of Chicago, and has been a resident of the city for the last 8 years. He attended both college and law school in Chicago. Mo believes that to be a successful realtor one must be dedicated, knowledgeable and have patience. “Purchasing or selling your home will likely be the largest transaction one makes in their lifetime, therefore, it must be approached with care and attention to detail.” Mo’s background as a Real Estate Attorney helps him give his client’s an extra layer of knowledge and protection that sets him apart from his competitors. He has dealt extensively with all different forms of real estate both residential and commercial, foreclosures, short sales, and leases. “Whether it’s our first showing together, or our hundredth, I want my clients to feel comfortable, and anything but rushed. I firmly believe having someone who you trust consulting you on your property search is immensely important.” Mo strives to constantly be a student of real estate and stay on the forefront of the markets, the law, and neighborhoods. Mo uses his passion for learning about Real Estate to coach and instruct brokers at Main Street Real Estate Group. “Every time I work with a new or experienced Broker in a coaching session, I am constantly growing and learning myself.” As John F. Kennedy said, “Leadership and learning are indispensable to each other.” In his free time Mo enjoys racing sports cars, competing in Jiu Jitsu, and spending time with his friends, family, and German Shepherd Maverick.



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