Lindsey Delrahim

Lindsey DelrahimLindsey Delrahim

Vice President of Sales

Jameson Sotheby’s International Realty

When clients need a fierce negotiator, they look to Lindsey Delrahim, a 10-year real estate veteran and vice president of sales with Jameson Sotheby’s International Realty. Through her years in the industry, she has gained comprehensive expertise with buyers, sellers, developers, receivers, private equity and banks.

She has earned a ranking in the top 1 percent of Chicago Realtors in 2010 and 2011, top agent volume and units sold for MLS 8008 2011 and was Jameson Sotheby’s International Realty’s No. 1 development producer last year. In 2012, she closed out the sales for 155 units at Silver Tower located at 303 W. Ohio, Chicago’s top-selling new construction project.

“My goal is to replicate the absorption rate for which we sold the condominium units at the Silver Tower Chicago at other stalled condominium projects in Chicago through the use of innovative marketing tools I developed for the project,” she says.

Delrahim does that consistently in her career: sets goals and goes after them. In fact, her favorite part of her career is getting results. “Whether I work with a $200,000 buyer or a $20 million private equity fund, I continually work to resolve all the challenges posed to each of my clients and come up with creative solutions to achieve their real estate goals,” she says.

Delrahim realizes that transactions have challenges in today’s market, and she has great experience and knowledge in structuring deals to overcome potential obstacles that inhibit properties to close.

Her background in finance and accounting balances with her creativity and passion for real estate sales. Having worked closely with Michael Sato, the president of Jameson Sotheby’s International Realty, since the beginning of her career, she continues to thrive at the company. “Jameson offers both local and international presence,” she says. “We pride ourselves on delivering top-quality service.”

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