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Managing Broker of the Year, Suburbs: Tricia Riberto, Designated Managing Broker, Vice President of Brokerage Services, @properties

by Chicago Agent

Tricia Riberto is a Chicago native and longtime resident of the western suburbs, where she established herself as an accomplished real estate manager.

An 18-year industry veteran, she joined @properties in March 2019. She is responsible for business planning, agent coaching, and training in the western suburbs, supporting @properties’ expansion in the region.

Tricia is a third-generation real estate agent who began her real estate career upon graduating from Purdue University in 2002. She earned her license at the age of 22 and quickly became a top producer in the city of Chicago.

In 2011, Tricia became managing broker for the La Grange office of a large national real estate firm. She added that firm’s Hinsdale and Clarendon Hills offices to her role in 2017, building the operation into more than a billion dollars in annual sales volume.

Tricia’s success comes from cultivating an environment of collaboration, integrity, positivity and good spirit. She leverages her experience as a former top producer, along with her passion and enthusiasm for working with agents, to help them achieve their maximum potential.

Tricia lives in La Grange with her husband and two daughters. She is passionate about giving back to her community and supports several local organizations including Ronald McDonald House, La Grange Pet Parade Charities and “The Legacy Guild.” In her free time, Tricia enjoys running and spending time with her family.

“I am lucky to have found a role that I love. Our business is not easy, and it’s a gift to be there for our agents in the best of times and the worst of times. Picking them up when they have fallen down or coaching them up to achieve beyond their wildest dreams fills my bucket like no other.”

Finalists: Karen Conley (Berkshire Hathaway Starck Real Estate), Michael Simpson (Baird & Warner)

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