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CONLON/Christie’s International Real Estate Welcomes Director of New North Shore Office

by Chicago Agent

Judy Pettas

In June 2013, CONLON: A Real Estate Company became the exclusive local affiliate of Christie’s International Real Estate, bringing a more national and global reach to CONLON. Now, less than a year later, CONLON/Christie’s International Real Estate is opening their new Winnetka office at 565 Lincoln to bring their exclusive luxury services and their exclusive network of more than 130 real estate affiliates and 25,000 agents in over 42 countries worldwide to Chicago’s North Shore communities. In extending the exceptional offerings they can provide to North Shore clients, CONLON/ Christie’s International Real Estate has named veteran Broker and International Real Estate Expert, Judy Pettas, as the new Director & Office Manager of their Winnetka location. Judy arrives to CONLON/ Christie’s International Real Estate from Coldwell Banker as the former Director of City Shore Properties in Winnetka, Illinois. With over 20 years of industry experience and understanding of the North Shore market, Judy will be a valuable leader the CONLON/Christie’s International Real Estate team.

About Judy

Judy Pettas began her career early with Rubloff converting buildings to condos. Fifteen years later, she went on to open her own company in Lincoln Park, Premier Properties, Inc – a boutique brokerage specializing in the sales and development of high-end, luxury properties and custom single family homes. She was most recently Director of City Shore Properties at Coldwell Banker in Winnetka, Illinois.

Judy holds an MBA from University of Michigan and an undergraduate Degree from Loyola University. Additionally, she has a Managing Broker’s license and holds accredited designations as a Certified Residential Specialist, e-Pro Broker, International Real Estate Expert and Green Building Specialist.

Judy and her family are Kenilworth residents and are actively involved in the North Shore community.

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