David Jablonowski, Broker

@properties Christie’s International Real Estate

An entrepreneur since the beginning of his career, David Jablonowski, a broker at @properties Christie’s International Real Estate, has led the luxury market for the last eight years. Jablonowski originally came to Chicago to work in the world of advertising and media but quickly found his niche in real estate through a friend’s recommendation. “He told me for years I’d be a great Realtor,” he recalls. “He eventually wore me down, and I left my career of 18 years to join the amazing talent at @properties.”

Cruising through the market with eagerness, curiosity and enthusiasm, Jablonowski finds tremendous success for his clients — so much so that nearly 100% of his business comes from past clients and referrals. He credits this feat to his fun and stress-free business style, which keeps clients cool and collected throughout the process. “I am incredibly organized and detail-focused,” he says. “So, my clients are subsequently able to relax a bit and enjoy the process.”

It isn’t just his laid-back style of business that keeps Jablonowski’s referrals coming in, though. His mission to always be “thorough and thoughtful” also prevents unforeseen problems from popping up. “I want to make sure my clients feel good about the decisions they make along the way,” he says. “I will be by their side until the end — and beyond.” He credits his spectacular team for helping to make sure clients know they have the support they need and never miss an opportunity, especially when it’s to see a newly listed home.

When he isn’t showing new buyers luxury markets or guiding first-time buyers through Chicago, Jablonowski can’t help but travel. Having set foot on every continent, there’s no corner of the world left unexplored and no stone left unturned. He isn’t letting the pandemic set him back, either. “My next big trip is to Zimbabwe and South Africa for a safari,” he shares “I’m counting down the days.”

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