Monique Pieron began her career 23 years ago at the nation’s leading condo conversion company, working alongside architects, interior designers and contractors. Since then, she’s sold more than $450 million in new construction and resale residential properties. “I can see the potential in almost any property,” says Pieron, president of the Monique Pieron Property Group at the Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff Realty Group. “But I will also put my foot down if I don’t think it’s the best possible option for my client.”
Most of Pieron’s business comes from referrals, and while she’s on top of technology and marketing trends, she still relies on good old-fashioned networking. “I can strike up a conversation with just about anybody,” she says. “You’d be surprised at how many times this has led to the sale of a property.”
Serving Chicago and Michigan, Pieron assists everyone from first-time homebuyers to seasoned luxury clients and investors, working hard to facilitate stress-free transactions. “My large network of dependable tradesmen and industry professionals can do what needs to be done in order to achieve top dollar for a client’s home,” she says. “This could be as simple as decluttering and painting, or as involved as whole-home renovations. I perform in-depth analysis to see what would yield the highest return and also make the most sense for the client considering their budget and time frame.”
For the past two years, Pieron has been a recipient of her company’s Chairman’s Circle Gold Award, placing her in the top 2 percent of the company’s brokers nationwide. She holds the designations of Accredited Buyer’s Representative and Seller Representative Specialist.
As an investor, Pieron has made wise purchasing choices and appropriate improvements that have yielded strong returns, sharing this knowledge with her clients. “Readying a house for sale is also a passion of mine,” she says. “No detail is overlooked. I know what buyers are looking for.”
In 2018, Pieron earned a real estate license in Michigan, expanding into the southwest and southeast regions of the state. When she’s not busy working, she’s spending time with her husband, Scott, and two daughters at their lake house in Michigan.