Eighteen years into his career as a Realtor, Steve Genyk has proved once again that the possibilities of real estate are boundless. In the past year, he helped facilitate the building and sales of Superior House, the hottest new 34-unit luxury condominium in Chicago’s prestigious River North neighborhood. “This was a huge win for me, both personally and professionally, as it is a huge honor to represent Superior House. Our team is built to sell out projects like this,” Genyk says.
A founding agent of @properties, Genyk is a consistent top producer with the Chicago Association of Realtors and also won Property Consultants’ Rookie of the Year award during his first year in the industry. He has served on CAR’s Professional Standards Committee for several years and is a member of numerous Chicago neighborhood organizations.
Genyk, who leads the Genyk Group team at @properties, has over $325 million in career transactions. He finds his relationship-based approach is constantly rewarded with deep relationships and big sales numbers. “All clients should be treated with the utmost care,” he says. “At Genyk Group, we pride ourselves on being equally skilled for every client. Today’s first-time homebuyer is tomorrow’s penthouse condo seller or multimillion-dollar investor.”
Well-versed in every aspect of residential and investment real estate, Genyk has clients who rely on his extensive experience and unparalleled success in bringing transactions to a positive, timely close. “I am truly honored that my clients have chosen me to represent them in what is probably the largest financial decision of their lives,” he says. “It is a responsibility that requires significant trust, communication, professionalism and grace.”
A proud parent of two, Genyk believes in putting family first and setting the right example. “It’s all about paying it forward. My children fully understand how fortunate we are, and it is an honor for us to give back in any way we possibly can,” he says. “Today is a gift, and it is key that we all remember that.”