Born and raised in Chicago, Marc Dumas is an accomplished broker with more than a decade of experience helping his clients to navigate the Chicagoland real estate market. With his Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science from DePaul University, where he also minored in Business Administration, Marc began his professional life in the corporate world—working with major companies like CDW and Brother International and earning multiple sales awards and commendations during his career. His proven track record in the business world showcases his strong work ethic, attention to detail and savvy negotiating skills—strengths and capabilities that now benefit his Dream Town clients.
Whether he is working with buyers, sellers, renters or investors, Marc’s approach combines leadership and education with exceptional customer service. Having lived in areas across the city from Chatham and Bronzeville to Lincoln Park, Rogers Park and the Loop, Marc has extensive knowledge of the Chicagoland real estate market and offers keen insights into its many unique neighborhoods. This local expertise, combined with his strong interpersonal and communication skills, allow Marc to connect with his clients as he skillfully guides them through their real estate journey.
Knowing that buying or selling a home will involve some of the biggest decisions that his clients will ever make, he goes above and beyond to ensure they have the information needed to make confident and informed decisions at each step of their transaction. Clients with school-age children will also benefit from his personal knowledge of Chicago Public Schools and how districts are drawn. Above all, Marc values the many enduring client relationships that he has nurtured over the years—relationships built on accountability, trust, mutual respect and shared success.
Beyond his professional achievements, Marc is deeply committed to civic engagement and serving his community. He is the current National Vice President of Phi Kappa Psi, where he also served as a Chapter Advisor for over 20 years. He mentors city youth as a baseball coach and is co-chair of the annual Poker Gala for Camp One Step, a local organization that provides year-round camp experiences for children with cancer.