Jill Silverstein

Jill Silverstein

Broker
Dream Town Realty

Jill Silverstein says she is in love with real estate. Her first exposure to the industry came through her father, and she feels fortunate to have found her dream career in the industry, which allows her to focus on helping others while enjoying the benefits of being an entrepreneur.

In her first year in the business, Silverstein exceeded her goal by 20 percent, successfully closing $12 million in sales. She recently sold out her first new-construction development and was nominated for “Rookie of the Year” in Chicago Agent magazine’s Agents’ Choice Awards in 2016.

After just a short time in the industry, Silverstein was recruited by her current company, Dream Town Realty. “They allow me the opportunity to be myself and grow as a broker. It’s been a lot of fun representing new construction projects around the Chicago area, exposing me to a variety of clientele.” Silverstein works with everyone from developers to investors to buyers and sellers. “It is extremely rewarding to be involved in someone’s life decision. I feel a new sense of purpose every day.”

Silverstein strives to share her passion and excitement for real estate with all of her clients. “My clients are very important to me. Throughout the process, we become friends and they know I always have their best interests at heart. I work tirelessly to give everyone the attention they deserve and expect while helping them navigate through the home purchasing and selling experience,” she says.

One of Silverstein’s most notable qualities is her unmatched ability to relate to all people. “No matter who you are, where you come from or what your story is, if you put your trust in me, I will fight hard for you.”

In her spare time, Silverstein enjoys yoga, traveling, exploring new restaurants, the outdoors, dancing and new adventures. She also loves playing flag football and beach volleyball, and is a big Detroit Lions football fan. Family is an integral part of Silverstein’s life. She is heavily involved in her younger brother’s nonprofit organization, Laughter Is the Cure, which supports childhood cancer patients.

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