The 2023 Who’s Who in Southwest Michigan & Northwest Indiana Residential Real Estate is here!

by Chicago Agent

Welcome to the first Who’s Who in Southwest Michigan & Northwest Indiana Residential Real Estate!

Our special annual issue shines a spotlight on those dedicated residential real estate leaders who usher their clients through every step of the process and deftly bring the transaction together. As publishers of Chicago Agent magazine, we present our Who’s Who in Southwest Michigan and Northwest Indiana, featuring industry professionals who service both the local and second-home markets, always bringing their A-game, irrespective of the size of the transaction. They put in that extra effort not only to ensure a stress-free experience, but also to make it a joyful memory of one of the most important purchases most people will make in their lifetimes. Their efforts strengthen their personal business, as well as the industry as a whole. 

They are the professionals who know how to overcome obstacles, find the best deals and work as true advocates for their clients. They navigate the rapidly changing nature of the market with poise and thrive in times of change. No matter what challenges the market brings, these professionals show their most valuable skill as problem-solvers. In this special issue, we celebrate them and learn more about how they got to where they are today, what keeps them going and, most importantly, why they do what they do. 

Click here to see this year’s Who’s Who in Southwest Michigan & Northwest Indiana Residential Real Estate participants.

Photos by: Ryan Jackson and Dan Machnik

Special thanks to Judith Dillon-Farley, Farley Real Estate Inc. for letting us shoot in her beautiful listing at 11501 Marquette Drive in New Buffalo, Michigan and to the ChooseChad Team, Coldwell Banker Realty for letting us shoot in their beautiful listing at 48009 Ridge Road in New Buffalo, Michigan

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