Dream Town Realty, the Chicago real estate industry’s leading online company, announced the addition of four agents in December. The new agents are Brian Grienenberger, James Barclay, E. Lambert and Stephanie Wesson. All four offer home listing and purchasing services in the Chicago area.
Brian Grienenberger is dedicated to exceeding his clients’ expectations, which is evidenced by a client base that is primarily repeat clients and their referrals. “Being a realtor is not just about buying and selling, it is also about being an expert resource whenever my clients need me,” said Grienenberger. The number of strong relationships he has built with tradesmen, attorneys and other professionals in related fields over the ten years he has served as a realtor help Grienenberger deliver on his promise of exceptional customer service, as he is willing and able to assist his clients in all areas of homeownership.
The six years James Barclay has spent serving the real estate interests of both buyers and sellers helped him gain valuable insight into their needs and motivations. “This allows me, in turn, to negotiate for my clients strategically and effectively, and get them the best possible deal for their money,” said Barclay. “I believe my job is to help people, whether that means educating them on the way the process works to explaining the current market conditions to counseling them on any real estate pitfalls to avoid.” Barclay also hosts a series of regular workshops designed specifically for first time home buyers to help them realize their goals of home ownership.
E. Lambert joined Dream Town Realty because the company shares his professional vision. “Dream Town gives their team of agents unmatched, cutting edge tools and training so that they may provide their clients the most comprehensive service available, which is my goal as well,” said Lambert, who is licensed as a real estate broker, loan officer and real estate appraiser. “I want to meet each challenge better prepared than anyone in the industry and to provide service beyond compare.”
When Stephanie Wesson first came to Chicago over ten years ago, she knew two people in the entire city. “Now I have a wealth of clients, colleagues, and friends, which speaks to the importance I place on building and maintaining strong relationships,” said Wesson. Her real estate clients can feel confident that Wesson will put their needs first, and that the relationship they’ve built doesn’t close or stop when the transaction has ended. “I see my relationships with clients as lifelong ones, and so I always endeavor to provide them with the best possible service,” said Wesson.