Christine Chase has been recognized as the 2012 Realtor of the year by the organization, Realtors (MORe).
The recipient of the award is selected using a list of criteria that includes local, sate and national Realtor association service, community service, business accomplishments and professional designations.
Chase works in development and relocation services for Realty Executives Premiere in Wheaton where she is the vice president. She has been working in real estate since 1988 also branching into sales and management training.
She served on the Illinois Association of Realtors Board of Directors, as governor of the Real Estate Institute and as past president of the Mainstreet Organization of Realtors.
During her time at Realty Executives Premiere, Chase has focused on recruiting and education agents.
Chase has a Bachelor of Science in Education from Western Illinois University and 16 years experience as a teacher of reading and language arts. She puts her passion towards trainign relocation specialists and to supervise the brokerage’s relocation division.
“Chris is a true professional who puts the needs of her clients and her community first,” said MORe Co-President Jack Persin. “A former educator, she continually works to inspire and elevate the performance of those around her.”
MORe Co-President, Tom Krettler added, “We are proud to give Chris the recognition she deserves for her commitment to excellence in the real estate industry and for a job well done. We wish her continued success.”