The most successful veteran Realtors rightfully point out the value of their referrals and rosters of potential buyers and sellers. Few, if any, however, can claim contact with literally tens of thousands of them. Heather Chadwell owns that powerful advantage. Her immense social media roster of potential buyers is truly impressive considering around 90% of today’s real estate transactions begin online. In addition, as a native of Columbus, and having spent nearly her entire life in and around the community, she is blessed with unsurpassed knowledge of the local home market, as well as the area’s schools, services, and cultural and recreational opportunities. Advantage, buyers.
Heather’s appeal and success are due as much to her personality as to her strong market knowledge and roster of potential buyers. Among the adjectives used by her clients and colleagues when describing her are honest, respectful, kind, caring and loyal. It follows that she is motivated and driven to assist anyone in need of a knowledgeable, client-centered Realtor: from first-time home buyers, to seasoned sellers and investors.
After graduating from Ohio State University with a B.A. in Communications, Heather moved to Los Angeles where she spent time in the entertainment industry. Having fulfilled her creative goals, which included fine-tuning her communication and negotiating skills, she returned to Columbus and began her successful real estate career. Today, she specializes in the purchase and sale of properties in the Short North Arts District and nearby neighborhoods, as well as in all surrounding east side suburbs. She also represents clients desiring lakeside living in and around Millersport and Buckeye Lake.
More than just a respected Columbus, Ohio real estate professional, Heather is an active member of her community. She enjoys its myriad recreational, social and cultural activities, donates to non-profit animal and cancer organizations, and pays it forward by contributing clothing and shoes to Dress for Success and Kick Up Your Heels.