Connie Highland

Broker Associate


Connie Highland, Realtor....It's easier here.®

About Connie Highland

  • Lifelong Naperville resident, I grew up on a farm on Plank Road

  • Graduate of Naperville Community High School

  • Graduate of North Central College, Bachelor of Arts in English

  • Naperville homeowner since 1970, real estate investor since 1977

  • Full time Naperville Realtor since 1975

  • Former owner of Century 21 All Stars, Joined Baird & Warner in 2000

  • Former Owner and Founder of All Star Property Management

  • Developer and Former Owner of Hawks Nest Executive Suites

  • Baird & Warner Chairmans Club

  • Winner 2010 Baird & Warner Naperville Phoenix Award

  • Former Director, Mainstreet Organization of Realtors

  • National Association of Realtors - Realtor Emeritus

  • Relocation Certified Agent

  • Military on the Move Certified Agent

  • Certified Real Estate Negotiator, CREN

  • Certified Short Sale & Foreclosure Agent, SFR

  • Certified Residential Specialist, CRS

  • Graduate of Realtor Institute, GRI

  • Downsizing assistance from experienced downsizer

  • Second home information resource

  • Experienced real estate investor

  • Rental assistance from the experience of a landlord

  • Working for you through Buyer Agency, Seller Agency, Relocation Assistance

  • Assisting you with New Construction, Neighborhoods, Houses, Condos, Investments in Naperville and all the communities that touch it

Latest Blog Posts

Adjustable Rate Mortgages (ARM) are BACK

Rising interest rates compounded with increasing home prices are causing affordability issues for many buyers.  To keep payments low, you won't have to give an arm, but more buyers are

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Moving Up or Downsizing -- Do I Sell First or Buy First?

Usually, it is easier to buy a home than to sell a home but that isn't necessarily the case currently. In today's market, it can be scary to sell your home before buying another because you could

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Loan Assumptions: Once Again a Viable Home Finance Option

A New Opportunity for HomebuyersYou may not have heard of anyone assuming an existing mortgage for over thirty years and didn't know they were even possible any longer.  The reason is simple,

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How Much Will It Cost If I Wait to Buy When Rates and Prices are Rising?

Have you ever been shopping on a website where you were looking at something that was on sale?  You were interested in it but there wasn't a sense of urgency and maybe, you had a lot going on

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