Ann Pancotto, Real Estate Broker

The Ann Pancotto Group, Compass

With 30 years of vast experience, Ann Pancotto and her husband lead a markedly successful team at Compass. Both third-generation real estate experts, they say it could easily be described as destiny that they found their dream careers in the field. Even before she earned numerous accolades for her professional work, Pancotto had a feeling she would love the industry. Decades later, there is no aspect of real estate she will shy away from in order to meet the needs of a client.

Covering residential and commercial real estate in Chicago and its western suburbs, she credits her leaning into the area’s new construction as central to her success and reach in the industry. Growing as Chicago grows, her committed, full-time team is set apart from its competitors, as there is no transaction too big or too small. Pancotto brings integrity, trust and knowledge to each client interaction, delivering an experience that ensures an 80% repeat and referral rate. “We care a lot about our clients,” she says. “We do this full `time, and we do it not only because we’ve been doing it our whole lives, but because we absolutely enjoy it. Our heart and soul goes into it. It’s not just a job for us; it’s our life!”

Year after year, Pancotto maintains multimillion-dollar producer status through heavy marketing, thanks to Compass’ state-of-the-art tools. She enjoyed a notably successful year in 2021, totaling over $25 million in sales, and is also proud to have been featured in Top Agent Magazine for the third year in a row. A lifelong learner, she holds multiple designations: Certified Residential Specialist, Luxury Property Specialist, and Short Sales and Foreclosure Resource, as well as REO and Relocation Specialist. She is also a member of her local and national Realtor associations.

Pancotto Group currently has five dedicated agents, and the team is looking to expand both its residential and commercial real estate group.

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