The Real Data numbers are in for 2022! See who had the most hustle last year!

by Timothy Inklebarger

We all know that the competition in Chicagoland real estate is fierce, and when it comes to building a reputation and attracting clients, numbers matter. In a partnership with Midwest Real Estate Data, we bring you the numbers you’ve all been waiting for.

In this issue, we give you a county-by-county breakdown of the top-selling agents and brokerages in Chicagoland. That includes the top agents, offices and closings in Cook, DuPage, Kane, Lake, McHenry and Will counties for 2022. Our annual report comes straight from MRED and may differ somewhat from other reports in the Chicagoland area.

Congratulations to this year’s top producers! Check out the results by clicking here!

Our thanks to Midwest Real Estate Data LLC for providing information for this report. MRED supplies figures for Real Data to Agent Publishing LLC, which adjusts the figures based on documents provided by agents and managing brokers. While Agent Publishing works to ensure its data is accurate, Agent Publishing, Chicago Agent Publishing LLC and MRED are not responsible or liable for any errors, omissions or inaccuracies in the information provided, or for any reliance on the data. Please consult each office, brokerage or agent for official information. If you believe information is not accurate, please contact Agent Publishing with verified documentation at realdata@agentpublishing.com.

For all other data-related questions regarding real estate and local markets, please contact the relevant local Realtor association listed below:

Chicago Association of Realtors

Heartland Realtor Organization

HomeTown Association of Realtors

Mainstreet Organization of Realtors

North Shore-Barrington Association of Realtors

Oak Park Area Association of Realtors

Realtor Association of the Fox Valley

Three Rivers Association of Realtors

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