If If you want to know anything about the condo single family or multi-unit residential property market anywhere from The Loop to Lincoln Square and the lake to Logan Square Sam is the one to ask. A member of the Wicker Park/Bucktown Chamber of Commerce as well as the Lincoln Park Chamber of Commerce and the Old Town Merchants and Residents Association Sam has his finger on the pulse of real estate activity and a large network of contacts maintained through his various business and civic involvements.
Sam has managed a shopping center developed several residential buildings and currently advises investors/owners in condominium conversions and other large residential investments. In other words he knows whereof he speaks.
Sam is known as an honest loyal and straightforward advisor committed to his clients throughout the real estate transaction. He is easily accessible and good company maintaining a balance between offering information and guidance and giving people the "space" they need to make their decisions. A seasoned professional Sam has sold over $200 Million in Chicago and sits on the board of several organizations in the city. Consistently ranked in the top 1 percent of Illinois realtors Sam has the experience and expertise to advise almost anyone.
The Tarara Group was formed in 2004 to further expand Sam’s service by bringing together agents with specific expertise in the areas of development REO corporate relocation and residential listings. Together the team’s resources have combined to produce one of Koenig & Strey’s most respected and successful groups.
A graduate of DePaul University with a BS in Real Estate Finance Sam’s interests include charity and fundraising work associated with various civic and political organizations. As chairman of the golf committee for Secretary of State Jesse Whites’ Tumbling Team – Sam looks to give back as much as possible. What Sam is most proud of is his two sons Joseph and Jake and his wife Holly. Next to working with his clients and giving his time “coming home and being a dad/husband is really what counts."