Dream Town Realty welcomed five area Realtors to the company in December of last year. The new recruits include David Romanoff, Matt Barnes, Nancy Lundquist, Mark Lemus and Andy Weber, who will all serve as residential specialists.
Romanoff, head of The Romanoff Group, is one of several groups to join Dream Town in 2011. The group assists buyers, sellers and investors with residential and commercial real estate transactions. In addition to being a full-time Realtor, Romanoff also owns an all-in-one relocation assistance business called Concierge Moving Services.
Romanoff has lived in Chicago for the past nine years and has been in real estate for more than 13 years. Before coming to Chicago, Romanoff worked in Ohio where he was a top producer at his firm. His background includes experience as a corporate recruiter for Fortune 500 companies and a degree in International Business.
“I joined Dream Town because it is one of the most technologically advanced real estate companies in the city of Chicago,” Romanoff said of his move to the brokerage last year. “Dream Town has an amazing office culture that breeds success. And it adheres to a level of excellence today’s savvy real estate consumers demand.”
Barnes also joined the Dream Town realty team in December of last year. Barnes specializes in home sales and leasing and his clients include buyers, sellers and investors with a wide range of residential properties and multiunit buildings. He is a member of the Romanoff Group as well as Chief Operating Officer for Concierge Moving Services.
Barnes has lived in Chicago for eight years and has become a premier broker in the area in part due to his extensive knowledge of Chicago neighborhoods. Barnes is also fluent in Spanish.
“I am excited to be a part of Dream Town,” he said of his new brokerage. “The website is an amazing tool that I am delighted to offer my past, present and future clients. Its features are fine-tuned to help buyers find the home of their dream and help sellers market properties to active buyers in the area.”