Jameson Sotheby’s International Realty
Nancy Tassone left her corporate job at Accenture Consulting to pursue her passion for Chicago real estate. With a clear understanding of how buying and selling a home is one of the most important moments in someone life, she has never looked back. Over the last 18 years, she has become one of Chicago’s top-producing agents and a vital member of Jameson Sotheby’s International Realty. As senior vice president of sales, Tassone works with many different types of buyers and sellers while specializing in the Gold Coast and North Side’s luxury market.
In 2018, Tassone is closing out 71 high-end condominiums at No.9 Walton, Chicago’s newest and most expensive luxury building. She attributes this achievement in part to her level-headedness, as well as her problem-solving skills and determination. Tassone’s success in selling No. 9 Walton is yet another example of the personalized and attentive client service that she’s shown throughout her career.
“My clients consistently tell me they felt confident with my process from start to finish,” she says. “They love my resources, my experience handling all situations, and my straightforward nature. They know I will steer them away from a bad deal, give them an honest pricing strategy and will treat them as more than just customers.”
Ranked among the best in her industry both nationally and statewide, Tassone has earned placement on several prestigious lists, including the National Association of Realtors 30 Under 30, LuxeHome’s Top 25 Luxury Real Estate Brokers in Chicago and the Chicago Association of Realtors’ Top 25 Realtors. She was recently named the No. 2 producer at Jameson Sotheby’s International Realty. In 2016, Tassone received special recognition from her peers when she was voted City MVP by Chicago Agent magazine.
Though she is proud of her many accomplishments and the client relationships she’s made along the way, Tassone prioritizes family above all else. “My proudest personal accomplishment was my ability to be there for each of my children while closing more business than ever before!” she says.