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Greg Cirone, Managing Broker

Interdome Realty

Despite the challenges of the past year, Greg Cirone, managing broker with Interdome Realty, maintained his position as one of Chicago’s leading agents — proving once again that his clients can depend on him during unpredictable times and competitive markets. Named a Platinum Top 1 Percent Producer by the Mainstreet Organization of Realtors and a 2020 Gold Top Producer by the Chicago Association of Realtors, and with over $42 million in volume sold, Cirone closed out last year stronger than ever.

“My clients are more than clients — they become like family,” Cirone says. “A lot of my business comes from referrals from my past clients, as well.” While concentrating on Chicago’s northern and northwestern suburbs, he is fluent in Italian and Spanish and well-versed in real estate markets all over the world, making him uniquely capable of assisting international clients.

“My iPhone is my secret weapon,” says this highly mobile, tech-savvy broker. “I’m always on the go, and so I’m posting listings from my phone, sharing them, managing my social media and sharing content with my followers.” The investment of energy in building his online presence and doing social media marketing has also helped grow his book of business and name recognition — and helps his clients see his immediate ability to get their listing in front of the maximum number of buyers possible. While the world’s technology advances, Cirone is still and always will be a people person, enjoying a face-to-face chat at any time.

An active soccer player and advocate through organizations like the JM Foundation, Cirone invests in his community just as much as his clients. “I listen to what they truly need and want, and I fight hard for those objectives,” he declares. Eighteen years into his career, he may have the history of an established pro, but Cirone has the spirit and drive of someone who is still building up to something far greater. “I am grateful for this continued success,” he reflects, “and I never take it for granted.”

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