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  • Richard Kaplan says:

    Unfair and disappointing award provided for brokers who do not deserve. I am looking at the top producing agents list, and I find it very odd that Jeff Lowe or Mario Greco or Jennifer Ames, Emily sucks each of these brokers have a team of another brokers who basically work under one licensee, I’ve fund this very unfair that Chicago magazine does not distinguish a brokers who does not have an associated brokers working under them.
    Some of the brokers make in sales 100 million dollars all by themselves with no other brokers involvements this brokers should be awarded on a much higher level than the ones who have teams of many other license brokers, like Jeff Lowe,Jenny Amss through Ames Mario Greco with 30 other brokers working for him. the one broker who does all by himself should be awarded On much higher level. I truly hope Chicago magazine will change this operation and recognize the brokers with no other license agents on much higher level of recognition. Thank you for taking the time.
    Sorry for all the misspellings
    Richard Kaplan