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Two Well-Respected and Successful Real Estate Leaders Join Coldwell Banker

by Chicago Agent

Coldwell Banker added two new leaders

With a combined 46 years of real estate experience, veterans Susan Swift and Lori Wyatt, previously with Keller Williams, are two new members of Coldwell Banker who will be serving the Chicago market.

Wyatt is heading up the Lincoln Square office as branch manager, while Swift is taking on the role of City Leadership Team Transition and Technology and Systems Training Director.

“Coldwell Banker has incredible resources in place to assist agents and clients throughout all parts of the buying and selling process,” said Swift. “I am excited to take on this role and look forward to growing our current offerings, as well as supporting agents with our current programs.”

As a leader, Swift will assist with bringing in quality agents, transition new Coldwell Banker agents to the network programs and systems, develop and provide progressive curriculum and regularly meet with the city leadership team to cultivate culture and vision.

Wyatt, with nearly 20 years of experience in the industry, has a keen eye on client service, online marketing and utilizing social media to promote the agents she works alongside of and the clients they serve.

“The Coldwell Banker brand is respected not only locally, but also globally for being the leader in real estate,” Wyatt said. “Their agent support is unparalleled and I am excited to continue serving Lincoln Square with their leadership and support.”

Kathy Kalnes, Coldwell Banker’s regional vice president, is thrilled to have such experienced leaders working with her agents.

“Susan and Lori are both well-respected and successful in Chicago, known for their thought leadership, outstanding service and exceptional performance,” said Kalnes. “We are thrilled to have them join the Coldwell Banker team and to be able to leverage their combined 46 years of real estate experience and well-honed skills to offices across the city.”

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