Vice President of Sales
Principal/Broker (not pictured)
Krain Real Estate
With a management team of over 40 combined years in the industry, Krain Real Estate is a one-stop shop for any and all real estate needs. Representing buyers, sellers, developers, investors and institutional entities, John Federici, Peter Breitlander, Travis Koran, Jarrod Enright and John Brown compose one of Chicagoland’s premier real estate brokerages. The team has been a Top 1 Percent Producer Award recipient every year since 2009, has closed thousands of sales since its inception in 2006 and, as of this past year, has successfully broken into the luxury market for both brokers and sellers.
Over the last year, after several years of planning and development, Krain Real Estate has successfully cultivated and fine-tuned an environment and management support team that have filled a much-needed niche in the broker market. They pride themselves on their ability to provide every marketing and support tool that the big shops do, as well as responsive individual support for veterans and mentorships for new brokers — two things that are often very hard to find within the industry. Their ability to serve a wide range of clients allows them to quickly adapt when it comes to accommodating the needs of new brokers and their clients, as well as attract and retain veteran brokers who have already cultivated strong career paths.
Krain Real Estate’s management team understands that in the real estate industry, reputation is everything. This is why they strive to treat every broker, peer and client with the utmost respect, care and honesty. “Our reputation is paramount. We do what is right. We are genuine and operate with integrity above all else.” The group considers themselves to be one of the most dynamic management teams in the industry, having adapted to everything the market has thrown at them over the last 12 years. “Within our entire management team, there is a collective expert-level knowledge as it relates to every facet of the real estate brokerage industry.”