Attorney Robin Kramer

profileAt the age of five, Robin started playing tennis. She has had incredible success as both a player and a coach. Robin has won two United States Tennis Association national championships. She has also coached six high school state championship tennis teams. Robin’s successful tennis career has always been about perseverance, tenacity and overcoming adversity. These same traits are why Robin has had so much success for her clients.

Robin has always enjoyed real estate and that is why she started the Law Offices of Robin Kramer in 2004.

Her practice is focused on helping her clients negotiate and close a wide variety of real estate transactions. With so many parties involved in these types of transactions, even the simplest residential real estate transaction requires great skill and expertise to close.

With over nineteen years of legal experience, attorney Robin Kramer has focused her practice on residential real estate transactions for over a decade. Robin obtained her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and History from Indiana University. She obtained her Juris Doctorate from John Marshall Law School of Chicago. Robin spent eight years as a tough minded litigator for a worker’s compensation firm before deciding to open her own law firm.

Robin constantly stays up to date on all of the current real estate laws and trends. She has successfully negotiated and closed over 150 short sales. Her expertise has been recognized as she has appeared on the John Williams Radio Program on WGN radio as a short sale expert. Robin also routinely serves as a guest speaker at short sale and foreclosure seminars.

Moreover, Robin recognizes that many lenders are shifting their short sale negotiations to the Equator internet platform. Robin is well versed in Equator.

Robin is dedicated to making sure all parties involved are fully informed and prepared in regards to your transaction to avoid last minute issues that may delay closing.