Chris Pequet, vice president of sales at Jameson Sotheby’s International Realty, is nothing if not a consummate real estate professional. And with her industry experience, she has the ability to tackle all manner of potential obstacles that could possibly get in the way of her clients successfully selling or buying property.
“After 30 years of experience, I have learned to handle just about any situation or issue that arises,” she assures.
Pequet specializes in providing personalized strategies for both buyers and sellers in Hinsdale, where she lives, and its neighboring suburbs. Both sets of clients appreciate her sure-fire process of listening to, prioritizing and successfully executing buyers’ and sellers’ goals.
“My style is usually all business,” Pequet says. “I feel this gives my clients comfort that I am truly working hard in their best interest.”
The way she does business though isn’t devoid of enjoyment. She provides a relaxing and fun atmosphere for her clients to keep their stress levels at a minimum. Plus, she’s always available. Clients are never passed off to assistants.
Pequet doesn’t limit herself to working only within a specific price range. All clients receive the same outstanding level of customer service, which allows for lasting relationships.
“With my luxury service approach and my belief in clients for life, I tend to work for my clients and then find myself working for their children and their parents,” she shares. “I take care of the whole family which usually encompasses all different styles, sizes and prices.”
She handles single-family homes, condominiums, developments and townhomes. Her expertise and professionalism have garnered the appreciation of others in the industry. Crain’s awarded her as 2021’s “Notable Residential Broker.” She’s also won the Five Star Service award ten times, among many others.
Outside of work, she’s very active in the Hinsdale community, advising the board of directors at the Hinsdale Chamber of Commerce and serving as a professional partner of Hinsdale School District 181 Foundation, and spends time with her grandchildren.