Industry MVP, City: Millie Rosenbloom, Baird & Warner

by Chicago Agent

Millie Rosenbloom
Baird & Warner

Millie Rosenbloom’s colleagues and clients seek her out for her breadth and depth of experience, knowing that some aspects of real estate are only truly understood with experience and time. Having seen the market at its best and worst, Rosenbloom understands the future implications of current market conditions and what it takes to get deals done. She believes that negotiating is an art form, having negotiated more than $1 billion in residential sales throughout her career.

At Baird & Warner, Rosenbloom has been No. 1 in sales out of more than 2,200 brokers for the last decade. She was inducted into the Chicago Association of Realtors Hall of Fame in 2014 and has been featured in multiple media outlets, including CNN and The Wall Street Journal.

An active member of Chicago’s non-profit community, Rosenbloom is a committee co-chair of the Brain Research Foundation and the Magnificent Mile Association. She resides in Lincoln Park with her husband, John Simon, and yellow Labradors, Mavis Belle and Mabel Mae.

“Receiving the Industry MVP is a major honor. This award is especially humbling because it is an acknowledgement of the impact my work and dedication to this industry has had on my peers. I am proud to accept this award and do so with the greatest appreciation for Chicago Agent and everyone who voted for me.” 


Emily Sachs Wong, @properties;

Tim Salm, Jameson Sotheby’s International Realty

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  • Karen Williams says:


    Years of hard work!!
    Last April I attended a Brain Research Foundation Seminar, truly a fascinating experience.
    Terre Constantine is doing a terrific job heading up the foundation. Would really enjoy attending any future lectures, or seminars, that are having.
    All my best, Karen Williams

  • Luda Drizin says:

    So proud of you Millie and so happy for you!!!
    You really deserve that!!!
    You are the best!!!
    Luda Drizin.

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