Christopher J. Mundy
Christopher Mundy has proven that he’s a survivor when it comes to keeping his business strong through the 2008-2012 real estate recession. When the recession hit in the fall of 2008, he had only been in the business for three short years. Mundy sustained business success through the market correction, demonstrating that his dedication to the well being of each client would lead to future success.
“The downturn eliminated a lot of brokers from the business, but showing my clients and peers that I could survive proved critical,” he says. “I never missed the chance to seize the moment, so when the market finally turned in 2013, it led to a record year with more than $25 million in sales.”
That is not to say he hasn’t had successful years in the past. Since 2005, the Chicago Association of Realtors has recognized Mundy as a top producer. He was also awarded
@properties’ “Hardest Working Agent” award in 2010, has been the recipient of the Five Star Award since 2011 (which fewer than 7 percent of Chicago agents receive) and was a “Road to the Rolex” recipient in 2013.
“My family values are at the core of my success: honesty, integrity and treating others how you would like to be treated – then treating them even better,” says the @properties top 50 agent. “I also have to credit my mentor, Brent Stack (former Koenig & Strey top broker). Brent shared all of his practical experience, trusted contacts and knowledge of the market, and leveraged my enthusiasm and willingness to learn. I am grateful to have the opportunity to work with him, and would not be where I am today without his guidance.”
Today, Mundy is assisting buyers, sellers and investors in both Chicago and the suburbs. His expertise includes knowledge of the luxury market, new construction, property valuation and negotiation. His success has led to speaking opportunities at Chicago’s Money Smart Week and feature stories in CS magazine.
“I love being able to educate others on real estate trends and the Chicago market; having each client’s trust in making such a sizable life decision is paramount,” he says. “Real estate is my profession, but helping people is my passion.”