Certified Divorce Real Estate Expert (CDRE)
Why Work With A Certified Divorce Expert (CDRE)?
- Avoid common pitfalls of real estate and divorce
- Explore proactive options
- Save time and money
- Minimize tension
- Focus on future goals
- Create consensus
- Develop a strategic plan
- Get clarity and confidence
Leslie Glazier | Broker | CDRE | RCS-D
Leslie is a trained divorce expert in Family Law cases involving real property. She is a Certified Divorce Real Estate Expert (CDRE) as well as a Real Estate Collaboration Specialist - Divorce (RCS-D). In her career, she has sold over $100 million in real estate volume, setting the standard in her field with knowledge and experience. As one of Chicago’s most accomplished real estate brokers, she provides service that combines a deep understanding of the market with genuine care about her clients.
As an @properties Top 100 Broker, Leslie has built an in-depth knowledge of the Chicago market. She’s built expertise in staging, pricing, and negotiating, serving as an advocate and confidant for her buyers and sellers. During her 20+ years as a broker, she’s built specialties in relocation and divorce listings.
As a graduate from the ilumni Institute Master Course, Leslie is a certified divorce real estate expert (CDRE). Some of her recent course work is as follows:
- The Anatomy of Divorce
- The Landscape of Divorce Finance
- Introduction to Divorce Court
- The Ethics of Certified Divorce Real Estate Experts
- Communicating as a Neutral Expert
- How To Sell A House In Conflict
- CDRE Fair Market Valuations
The House Matters in Divorce:
Untangling the Legal, Financial and Emotional Ties Before You Sign on the Dotted Line
The House Matters in Divorce is a comprehensive guide written by Laurel Starks, an expert in divorce real estate. The book addresses issues from the emotional impact to the dollars-and-cents details of divorce real estate transactions. It provides a framework of knowledge that will empower divorcing spouses to emerge financially sound and prepared for the future.
Divorce Real Estate Blog
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70% of divorces involve property and it is important to find a real estate agent trained in divorce. These five questions can help you identify how an agent will approach your case.
There’s a long list of things that make divorce complicated, emotionally taxing and overwhelming. But the question of a shared home is pretty high up on that list.