Posts by Chicago Agent Mag

Hollie Himmelman

"Show true interest in others and let the conversation evolve naturally. That's when the magic happens and they will also show interest in you," says Hollie Himmelman, a real estate broker with...

What is your opinion of your brokerage? We’d like to know your thoughts!

Are you happy at your brokerage? Thinking of heading for greener pastures? We'd like to hear your thoughts for our upcoming Brokerage...

Survey Results: Selling new construction in Chicago

Is new construction selling? What are clients' biggest concerns? Find out what local agents and brokers are saying about new construction in...

Ardit Dizdari, Realtor, @properties

Ardit Dizdari, a Realtor with @properties, discusses the European roots of his preppy personal style....

Andrew Stoffer

Andrew Stoffer, a broker with Option Realty Group, discusses what he enjoys most about the real estate industry ... as well as his previous career working in...

Our 2022 Who’s Who issue is live — meet Chicagoland’s top real estate professionals

They are the professionals who know the trade well enough to win bidding wars, 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...

Ainhoa Garcia Jimenez

"Learn something everyday, find a mentor, nurture your relationships," says Ainhoa Garcia Jimenez, an agent with Realty of...

Matt Mika

"Continually work your sphere and your sphere's sphere," is Matt Mika's advice for generating new leads. He is a broker with...

How is new construction shaping Chicago real estate?

Are your clients looking for new construction? Have you sold new construction homes recently? We want to hear from you in our latest survey!...

Survey: What kind of training did you receive as a rookie agent?

Could the industry do a better job of training new agents? Find out what other agents had to say in our newest survey on rookie...

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