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Since its inception in 1934, Red Seal Development Corporation, also known as Red Seal Homes, has grown to become one of the largest and most innovative homebuilders in Chicagoland. Red Seal's activities expanded throughout Northbrook, Highland Park, and into Wisconsin and Florida as well as the City of Chicago encompassing a variety of custom and production residential communities as well as sizable commercial and hotel construction ventures. The company has been honored with numerous Key Awards from the Home Builders Association of Greater Chicago in recognition of excellence in housing design, as well as numerous environmental and community service awards. Red Seal has been featured in all local publications and in such national publications as Architectural Digest, Professional Builder, Wall Street Journal, Builder Magazine, and The Urban Land Institute s publications. Red Seal Development Corporation has its offices in Northbrook, Ill.
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Phone: (847) 272-3802


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Carrie K.



Sub-contractors {hvac, roofing & plumbing] do a poor job at best. Paid top dollar and the subs used "closeout" products. Quite displeased. They have their "favorites" - like a shell game unfortunately. Buyer beware.



Please select a more reputable developer

The developer hires excellent sale persons to pitch fantasies. The developer may fulfill 1/3 of their commitments depending on their ability to turn a profit. Their properties are aesthetically pleasing yet they hire contractors that cut corners. If the sales person can’t put it in writing don't buy it. Even that won’t aid much because they will figure ways to delay etc… Good intentions and ideas rarely translate into delivery of said promises.

For example, our doggy park looks much better than the official park with rolling hills and cheap playground equipment. Did I say cut corners? Quality and professionalism take a back seat to profitability and creditability.