Christina McNamee, Team Lead
Kellie Kintigh, Real Estate Broker
Stephanie Schatz, Real Estate Broker
Promising around-the-clock commitment to their clients, the Christina McNamee Real Estate Team meets the demands of the industry head-on. Led by longtime @properties Top Producer Christina McNamee, the all-female trio of brokers includes Kellie Kintigh and Stephanie Schatz and serves Chicago’s North Side neighborhoods and the nearby suburbs. In 2018 alone, the team completed 65 transactions with almost $16 million in combined sales volume.
McNamee started selling real estate in 2003 and has become one of the city’s most prominent listing agents. Utilizing her years of experience selling new construction, McNamee is an expert in efficiently pricing, prepping and listing properties for sale. On average, her listings remain on the market for 25 days — lower than the industry standard — and sell for 98 percent of the asking price. She is a multiyear recipient of the Chicago Association of Realtors’ Top Producer award and has also received @properties’ Road to Rolex award.
Schatz, McNamee’s first team member in 2016 and a former IT project manager at a commercial real estate firm, entered the field in 2005. “I love the house-hunting process and analyzing the data,” she says. “This lets me use my existing skills to work with incredible people and help them fulfill their goals in an industry I love.”
Kintigh joined the team in 2017 and closed her first transaction only four months after becoming a licensed broker. “I’ve always had a passion for interior design and unique architecture,” says Kintigh, who previously worked for Fortune 500 insurance companies. “After taking a break from the corporate world to be a stay-at-home mom, I wanted a career with a purpose.” By the end of 2018, she had closed 21 transactions and maintained a five-star rating on Zillow.
All three women are longtime residents of Chicago and love sharing their city pride. “One of our favorite parts of the job is running into clients in their new neighborhoods,” says McNamee.