Carla Taylor

Broker Associate

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About Carla Taylor

Selling and/or purchasing a home can be a great experience with the right people by your side. With Carla, you can expect personal real estate service with a high degree of detail and integrity.  Her goal is to make your real estate transaction a positive and rewarding experience.

Community Involvement: Carla has lived in Oak Park for 20 years and is very involved in the community. She is currently on the Board of Directors for the OPRF Chamber of Commerce and has previous experience withTen Thousand Villages (Board Secretary), and the Infant Welfare Society (Treasurer). When she is not selling houses, she can be found spending time with her teenage son and their three dogs. Carla also sings with local bands Ring Shout & Friends and the Caught off Guards Band, serenading her clients one house at a time.
Call or text Carla at 708-363-5912 or email her at to start the journey to your new home.
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Latest Blog Posts

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