Chicago Agent magazine to produce Who’s Who editions in Lake Geneva and Southwest Michigan

by Timothy Inklebarger

Chicago Agent magazine has announced it is producing its first-ever Who’s Who issues in Lake Geneva and Southwest Michigan. 

The first of these special editions will be Who’s Who in Lake Geneva Residential Real Estate and will showcase the best brokers, agent teams, lenders, association leaders and affiliates in the the Lake Geneva area. As always, the profiles will be optimized for search on Chicagoagentmagazine.com, but we are adding something new for the the second-home market — these issues will also be distributed to local businesses and the homes of Lake Geneva residents.

“We’ve been asked about creating our popular Chicago Who’s Who issue for the second-home market for many years, and we think the market is ready,” according to publishers Marci Sepulveda and Anne Hartnett. 

Photoshoots for the Lake Geneva edition will take place in October, and the magazine will be published in January 2023. The Southwest Michigan agents will be photographed in early 2023, and the issue will publish in time for the spring market.

Our Who’s Who publications highlight real estate professionals based on their excellence rather than their production numbers. Agents must be nominated by their managing broker, and other participants are vetted before receiving an invitation. 

“We invite agents and lenders who co-brokers like to work with, who are experts in their markets and who represent our industry at the highest level of professionalism,” Sepulveda said.

The Chicago Agent magazine creative team handles all aspects of the magazine — our photographers shoot full-length portraits, while our editorial team writes a fresh bio for each participant. 

Agents, lenders and affiliates licensed in Wisconsin and interested in participating in this inaugural issue are encouraged to reach out to marci@agentpublishing.com for more details.

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