Glenview-based agent Aaron Share and his team have joined Compass as the brokerage commits to growing in the city and suburbs, according to a press release.
Share and The Share Team came over from Sotheby’s International Realty, where he served as vice president of sales. He and team members Leslie Raugstad-Brown, Ryan Hawkins and Chris Falcon bring their deep experience throughout Chicagoland to Compass.
Share is a top-producing agent with more than 20 years of real estate experience and extensive knowledge of the city and suburbs. He fully commits to serving both new and repeat clients and to helping them find the home that best meets their needs. Whether they are downsizing or looking for a bigger home, Share understands that his clients are not only looking for a place to live, but are also seeking a community and a lifestyle.
“At Compass, I plan to continue working with both existing and new clients with transparency,” Share said. “Clients and fellow brokers alike know that I’m going to shoot it to them straight. At the end of the day, it’s about giving my clients the best service and the best experience possible.
Share brings a commitment to service to his community. He lives in Glenview with his wife and their three children. He is a member of the Glenview Chamber of Commerce and serves as co-chair of the chamber’s Young Professionals network.
He expects to strengthen his bonds with the community as he leads Compass’ new Glenview office. The brokerage’s tools and technology offerings give him the means to provide even higher levels of service while handling greater numbers of clients.
“I never want our clients to feel that we are too busy for them, their family, or their friends,” Share said. “No matter how busy The Share Team may be, I want all to know that we are always a text, email or phone call away. Whether they are looking to buy or sell, or simply want updates on the market or to ask questions, we are always happy to help. And with Compass, we’ve never been more prepared to offer this exceptional level of service.”