RE/MAX Synergy Opens in Orland Park

by Chicago Agent

A new brokerage, RE/MAX Synergy opened at 15607 S. Harlem Ave., in Orland Park, Ill.; the franchise is owned by Renaud Biscarrat (pictured), with a team of 57 affiliated agents who are eager to serve clients in Chicago’s southwest suburbs.

This is Biscarrat’s second RE/MAX brokerage, as he also owns RE/MAX South Suburban in Flossmoor, Ill.

“We have a lot to offer, starting with a full slate of real-estate services that includes residential, investment and distressed properties, bank-owned properties and a commercial division,” said Biscarrat in a press release. “The depth and breadth of our coverage benefits all groups of clients. That’s where the true synergy can be found.”

Michael Mondello, managing broker, has been recognized as a strong leader, previously receiving the RE/MAX Northern Illinois Manager of the Year Award. The assistant manager is Larry Yakutis and Karen Irace leads the brokerage’s Professional Development Group

“A number of our agents have been RE/MAX pioneers in Illinois and continue to be leaders in the market areas they serve,” said Biscarrat in a press release. “Orland Park and its neighboring communities comprise a highly desirable segment of the Chicago real estate market, both as a residential and business location. We are ready to put the expertise of our agents to work for all those who are or want to be part of this community.”

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  • Tracy K says:

    I heard that a lot of the south suburban Remax realtors went over to Baird & Warner too!

  • Sue S says:

    RE/MAX Snergy was opened when RE/MAX Team was forced to close with a 3 day notice leaving all of their agents out of a job!! They cancelled all the listings and now are not paying any of the former RE/MAX Team 2000 agents any of their commission on any of their pending deals. It’s a crime to take the income right out from under these hard working peoples pockets, forcing most of them into very difficult financial positions. Many cannot even pay their bills right now as all of their income was taken away. Shame on RE/MAX Team 2000 for filing bancrupcy in the spring market and shame on RE/MAX of Norther Illinois for not stepping in and helping out it’s RE/MAX agents and then Renaud was able to mysteriously come in at a moments notice and open a new office. MMMMMM sound strange to you too?

  • Renaud Biscarrat says:

    Some clarification of who “they” is:

    When a business files for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, a trustee is immediately appointed by a federal judge and oversees the disposal of assets to satisfy creditors.
    The appointed trustee in this case is N. Neville Reed. The trustee’s recommendations must then be approved by the relevant bankruptcy court.

    So “they” is
    a/ a trustee appointed by a federal judge
    b/ a bankruptcy court.

    As for other speculations, please feel free to contact me. I’ll be glad to have a civil conversation and even discuss opportunities with our company.

    Best regards

  • RE/MAX Agent says:

    I spent many years at Team 2000 and am now at Synergy. If our colleagues want to help us out, please pray that God will protect us all and get us through this, including the owner of Team 2000. While I appreciate the sympathy, I would much prefer positive thoughts instead of hearsay and finger pointing. In fact, if you want to help us out and ensure we get paid then SELL OUR LISTINGS!!

    I don’t know if it’s strange or not that Renaud was ready to purchase a franchise on short notice, but I’m grateful that he did. RE/MAX in Orland Park is alive and well thanks to him. We will overcome this adversity just as quickly as it was brought upon us. It will take more than someone else’s bad business decisions to take me down.

    Happy Selling!!

  • Bill says:

    They have a very big scam going on wouldn’t trust this company for nothing would rather live in a box than buy anything from them low life’s

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