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Paul DeKruiff

Paul DeKruiff is married, father of three daughters and a 17-year resident of Naperville. Contact him at pauldekruiff@comcast.net or (630) 446-0049.

Real News – Real News comes to an end

“Driving out the windshield” is an expression I've often heard in life. It refers to focusing on what you need to do more versus...

Real News – For the love of the game and pizza

October most certainly has provided some baseball excitement.   Excitement for not only fans, but everyone involved in what makes up Major League Baseball....

Real News – Droning on about location

How buyers and sellers transact business has dramatically changed over the last 10 to 20 years due to technology. Not long ago, a buyer of...

Real News – Find unique qualities of commercial real estate

The thing about commercial real estate is that it does not have an all-encompassing data source like the residential MLS (multiple listing service). This...

Real News – Prevent headaches when purchasing property

Though my daily focus is on commercial real estate, I often get asked by friends and family for advice about purchasing residential properties. Or...

Real News – Information = Power

In anything, the more you know the more likely you are to make the right decision, or maybe lessen the effects of making the...

Real News – What does a Township do?

Maybe one of the most unknown, yet essential entities that impacts Naperville is the Naperville Township Road District. Living within the city limits, in...

Real News – Rookie 72

For Chicago Blackhawk fans, 72 or Artemi Panarin simply means a game changer. This Russian rookie winger has had a breakout year in the...

Real News – Our Partner in Commercial Real Estate Development

Our partner in commercial real estate is a little known office working very hard for everyone in Naperville, the Naperville Development Partnership, or NDP. Formed...

Real News – St. Patrick, A Commercial Real Estate Developer?

March brings with it spring, warmer weather, and St Patrick’s Day. But maybe St Patrick’s Day, or those things that are Irish, are here...