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Prudential Rubloff Announces Strong Lake County Market Share

by Chicago Agent

Prudential Rubloff Properties has maintained a formidable presence in Chicagoland real estate, announcing today that the firm has retained a strong Lake County market share this year to date. BrokerMetrics, an analytical software tool from Terradatum, places Prudential Rubloff in second for the region – a quick rise in the two short years since Prudential acquired Rubloff in 2009.

President and Chairman of Prudential Rubloff, Michael Pierson, attributes the firm’s success to his sales staff. “Our talented sales professionals in Lake County, and throughout the company, work diligently to make their client’s residential and real estate dreams come true. It’s wonderful to get the validation that they are doing a great job.”

Prudential Rubloff has its hand in real estate throughout and beyond the city of Chicago, as well as in exclusive technology products. The firm maintains 16 offices with over 900 sales professionals among Chicago’s Gold Coast, Lincoln Park, Lakeview and South Loop, as well as Highland Park, Evanston, Lake Forest, Libertyville, Wheaton, Winnetka, Northbrook, and Michigan’s Harbor County.

The firm also provides the mobile app, Prudential Rubloff Mobile, which allows mobile users to access home and apartment listings in the Chicagoland and Southwest Michigan areas for free. They are the exclusive providers of Premier Market Watch Reports as well, a consumer trend and analysis tool for neighborhoods and communities in the Cook Lake and DuPage counties.

It comes as no surprise to see Prudential Rubloff pioneer ingenuity and procure success in its efforts. The firm is, after all, descended from innovator Arthur Rubloff, the man who changed the face of Chicago in the early 20th century and nicknamed Michigan Avenue the Magnificent Mile. Prudential as well, at nearly 150 years old, is the epithet of stability and longevity.

It is traits like these that allow Pierson to say, “We are confident that our market share will continue its growth pattern throughout the rest of the year.”

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