Naja Leigh MorrisBA 2007, Political Science & Government

Real Estate Broker, Gray Realty Group, Chicago, IL

Naja Morris is a top-producing Broker at Gray Realty Group, Inc. Having spent all of her life in the Chicagoland area, not only does she know the market...she calls it home! Morris has more than 10 years combined of real estate and relationship management expertise. Her pride and ultimate real estate success stems from her enthusiasm, follow-up, assertive negotiation tactics and commitment to continuing education. Morris' clients value her customer service, consistent communication, and strong attention to detail.

Morris is a Broker Price Opinion Resource (BPOR) designated by the National Association of REALTORS®. She has the knowledge and skills to properly value property, reducing client risk by pricing property accurately. Morris is an active member of the Mainstreet Organization of REALTORS® (MORe) Chicagoland's largest affiliate of real estate industry professionals and partners. Morris is the Vice-Chairman of the MORe Advisory Committee for the Young Professionals Network, helping to acclimate new agents to the ever-changing world of real estate.

Morris is a strong supporter of philanthropy and committed to community leadership. Her affiliations include: Board of Directors, Mainstreet Organization of Realtors® (MORe); South Southwest Chicago Government Affairs, (MORe); Young Professionals Network, (MORe); Chicago Association of Realtors®; Illinois Realtors®; National Association of Realtors®; Women’s Council of Realtors®, Chicago; Southside Community Investors Association; WCRT Chicago Real Estate Club; Chicago African Americans in Philanthropy; and the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network.

Morris lives in the city of Chicago with her husband Darius and son Daniel Nash.

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