Along with being quick to extend a helping hand, Greg Cirone nurtures relationships with his clients long after the papers are signed. As the managing broker at Interdome Realty, Cirone concentrates on the Chicagoland market as well as the city’s north and northwest suburbs, serving everyone from first-time homebuyers to sellers who are eager for a change to investors. Since 2012, he’s maintained his status among the Chicago Association of Realtors’ top 1 percent of producers and earned the Five Star Professional and America’s Best Agent awards every year.
“We can’t take the market for granted, so I am grateful for this continued success,” he says, noting that in addition to continuing his streak of closing more than 100 units per year, he was able to increase his sold volume from $25 million in 2017 to $30 million in 2018. “Increasing my personal assets and reaching financial freedom is my ultimate goal. I coach my team to aspire for the same, and hopefully, they’ll work hard for themselves to achieve the same rewards.”
Cirone began his real estate career in 2003 while still working as a financial consultant with PNC Bank. His growing success allowed him to move into real estate full time in 2008, eventually becoming a managing broker in 2012. He applies the customer service, account management and sales experience he gained in the financial industry to his role at Interdome to ensure every client feels heard. “They all say I become like a family member to them,” says Cirone. “A lot of my business comes from referrals from past clients, and that is a big part of how I am able to maintain my Top Producer status. Word of mouth and personal recommendations are always best!”
Cirone is fluent in Italian and Spanish and familiar with real estate markets within Europe, Central America and South America. He is a member of the Chicago Association of Realtors, Mainstreet Organization of Realtors and Asian Real Estate Association of America and also supports the JM Foundation, which seeks to help integrate people with disabilities into all aspects of American life. Outside of work, Cirone plays soccer on a weekly basis, a hobby that has kept him active for more than 25 years.