Hadley is a Chicagoland native and member of the National Association of Realtors and the Illinois Institute of Real Estate Management. Building a strong and lasting relationship with his clients is the most rewarding aspect of his work. By putting the client first, along with bringing integrity, hard work, and a positive energy with him, Hadley ensures that when his clients get the keys to their home, every detail of the transaction has been met.
Hadley’s introduction into the real estate market stems from having owned and sold several properties over the years, all culminating in a deep passion for the work and the market. Because of this experience, he truly understands what it means to be on both sides of the table, as he’s intimately aware that each client has unique needs in his or her search for the ideal property.
Originally from the western suburbs, Hadley now resides Chicago’s North Side in the Edgewater/Andersonville area and has called this neighborhood home for nearly 16 years. When he’s not assisting clients with their real estate needs, he’s an active member of his community at a multitude of levels—from supporting local businesses to serving on various non-profit boards. He has extensive knowledge of both the city and suburbs and a wealth of resources to help clients find the perfect property suited for their needs.
Hadley has also held positions on several condominium boards over the years, including serving as board president for a decade, giving him a strong understanding of the importance of healthy operating associations and sound financial investments.
His passion for the real estate market, his unparalleled work ethic, and a commitment to building rapport with clients has enabled Hadley to succeed not only at Dream Town, but across his industry. In 2017, he was named both a "Top Producer" for Dream Town, as well as The Chicago Association of Realtors. He was also featured in both the 2017 and 2018 editions of Chicago Agent Magazine’s “Who’s Who in Chicago Real Estate,” along with a 2018 feature in Crain’s Chicago Business newspaper. There's no question why his colleagues have given him the catchphrase, "Rue Can Do!"