Brittany Bussell & Annie Bauer, Real Estate Brokers


With 20 years of combined experience and a footprint covering Chicago and its hottest suburbs, @properties real estate brokers Brittany Bussell and Annie Bauer are truly a real estate power couple. These brokers have extensive backgrounds living and working in Chicagoland, as well as professional experience in interior design, event organization and family histories in real estate. Together, Bussell and Bauer bring a cohesive, stylish and effective approach to client relationships.

“This feels like a natural fit for us both,” Brittany says. “We love helping clients visualize their space from an interiors perspective. We provide clients with consistent communication and structure on what to expect.” Bussell and Bauer have experienced progressive growth in their client base, earning them Top Producer awards from the Chicago Assocation of Realtors. “Clients innately trust us with this huge financial decision, and it’s not a decision we take lightly,” Annie says.

Clients consistently share rave reviews, noting that their drive and organization are second to none. The team ensures their clients feel that they are the priority, while serving a broad base of customers. “Our confidence and enthusiasm are infectious, so our clients are excited about the transition. Our focus is to make this life change as seamless as possible,” Brittany says.

With a balance of professionalism and authenticity, Bussell and Bauer are building trust with clients across the Chicagoland area — and they’re doing it through good old-fashioned face-to-face interactions. “People are hungry for connection, so we talk on the phone, we visit them in person, we make that a priority,” Annie says. Clearly, it’s working — with happy clients and happy agents.

“We embrace every part of the agent-client relationship and love what we do. Real estate is an outlet with endless possibilities for our clients and ourselves alike,” Brittany says.

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