Moms show their kids the real estate ropes

  • Jeff Cadwallader moved back to Illinois from Colorado to join his mother Jeanne's Coldwell Banker agency in St. Charles.

    Jeff Cadwallader moved back to Illinois from Colorado to join his mother Jeanne's Coldwell Banker agency in St. Charles. Courtesy of Mainstreet Organization of Realtors

  • Beth Gorz, left, and her mother Karen Gorz sell real estate together for Keller Williams Premiere Properties in Glen Ellyn.

      Beth Gorz, left, and her mother Karen Gorz sell real estate together for Keller Williams Premiere Properties in Glen Ellyn. Scott Sanders | Staff Photographer

  • There are a number of mother-and-child real estate teams working in the suburbs, including Donna Radke, right, and daughter Jennifer Radke, who work at the RE/MAX Center in Grayslake.

      There are a number of mother-and-child real estate teams working in the suburbs, including Donna Radke, right, and daughter Jennifer Radke, who work at the RE/MAX Center in Grayslake. Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer

  • Jennifer Radke, left, followed her mother Donna Radke into the real estate business. They work together at RE/MAX Center in Grayslake.

      Jennifer Radke, left, followed her mother Donna Radke into the real estate business. They work together at RE/MAX Center in Grayslake. Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer

 
By Amy Robey
Mainstreet Organization of Realtors
Updated 5/12/2013 6:33 AM

When Jeff Cadwallader moved back home from Colorado to help his mom Jeanne with her business, he became a third-generation Realtor. On this Mother's Day weekend, Jeanne and Jeff are one of many mother-child Realtor teams working in the Chicago suburban market.

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