Rebecca Thomson


Rebecca Thomson


The Thomson Real Estate Group
Jameson Sotheby’s International Realty

Rebecca Thomson has quickly established herself as one of Chicago’s elite residential brokers. Between her thriving business and extensive industry leadership, she has created quite the brand for herself.

Thomson currently serves on the board of directors for the Chicago Association of Realtors as well as on its Young Professional Network advisory board. She is also the 2013 president of the Women’s Council of Realtors – Chicago Chapter. Her involvement spans from industry governance to lobbying for property rights at the local, state and national level.

A major benefit of this involvement? Her extensive network.

“Relationships make all the difference in today’s market,” Thomson says. “Whether we’re competing with multiple offers, getting the inside track on properties before they hit the market or finding clients a buyer, these relationships give my clients an edge.”

Thomson is both a Certified Negotiating Expert and an Accredited Buyer Representative. Her team, the Thomson Real Estate Group, is best known for their personal service. With a team of stagers, contractors, photographers, transaction managers and even a town car service at the ready, clients receive concierge-level care to ensure their every need is met. A majority of The Thomson Real Estate Group’s business comes from referrals, and Thomson makes it a point to be involved every step of the way.

“When people want to work with me, then they get exceptional service, coupled with the support of my team,” Thomson says. “Real estate transactions are stressful enough. We’re here to make it feel easy. Seamless service is key.”

Outside of real estate, Thomson is dedicated to her community and serves on the boards for both the Union League Club of Chicago and Chicago’s Step Up Women’s Network. She is also an avid reader, a Scotch aficionado and a self-proclaimed foodie.

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