Dedicated to helping people navigate the lifechanging process of buying or selling their home, Rebecca Dumcum guides and counsels her clients with care and compassion. Prior to earning her broker’s license, Rebecca cultivated her wealth of skills across a 20-year career as an event-planning professional. Working with clients to successfully turn their visions into reality, Rebecca conceived, budgeted and executed gatherings for 10 to 10,000 people, everything from lavish weddings and one-of-a-kind mitzvas to high-end corporate meetings. Now it is her real estate clients who benefit from her proven ability to connect with people, her ability to listen and communicate carefully, and her extreme attention to detail
Buyers and sellers alike will find that Rebecca has that unique capacity to light up a room with her positive energy. She is a helper by nature and knows that strong relationships require integrity and honesty—even when the truth may be difficult to hear. Raised in Norwood Park and now a Park Ridge resident, Rebecca’s knowledge of Chicagoland is unmatched. Driven by an innate curiosity and love for her hometown, she has explored nearly every corner of the city, and she is always eager to share her insights so that clients can make informed decisions about the neighborhoods that are best suited to their budget, needs and personal style.
Rebecca credits her family with many of the strengths that she brings to her professional life. From her younger sister, born with Downs Syndrome, Rebecca has learned to face any challenge with grace, positivity and the perseverance to never quit. Kindness and compassion are also family traits and for the past 25 years, Rebecca has been a proud member and volunteer of the Special Olympics community.
When she is not assisting her clients or engaged with volunteer work, Rebecca loves to take advantage of all that Chicago has to offer with her family. She especially enjoys getting out to the lakefront, trying out new restaurants and experiencing the rich cultural diversity offered by the city’s many street festivals.