Known for his honesty and market knowledge, Jamie Roth has the ability to recognize nuances in various markets. A founding advisor of Engel & Völkers Chicago North Shore and a leader in the real estate community, Roth has a business and legal background. “I’ve also studied art and architecture, so consequently, I often sell architecturally significant homes such as those built by Frank Lloyd Wright, Edward Dart and Tony Grunsfeld,” he explains. “I have a deep appreciation of what those homes have to offer.”
Acknowledged as a top producer for more than 20 years by the brokerage community and the public, Roth has extensive experience in both commercial and residential brokerage. Described as having a consultative business style, he takes a strategic approach to the sales process, serving as a counselor rather than a salesperson. “As a trusted advisor, I always put the long-term needs of my clients first and develop a trusted relationship with them throughout the journey,” he insists. “This has resulted in successive years of multiple transactions with the same clients and their families.” A relocation-certified expert, Roth specializes in domestic and international relocations.
A resident of Highland Park, Roth actively sells in a broad geographic area including the North Shore, Long Grove, Kildeer, Barrington, the northwestern suburbs, Lake County, Hinsdale, Clarendon Hills, Oak Brook and Naperville. “I think the common thread through all of my clients’ testimonials is my integrity,” he shares. “I’m always honest and set realistic expectations, because I know the market and am able to prove it with data.”
Roth served as a board member for the AIDS Foundation of Chicago, the North Shore-Barrington Association of Realtors (where he led the Grievance and Ethics Committee) and the Medical Research Institute Council at Michael Reese Hospital. A recipient of many awards, he recently received the Pillar Award. “This award is not based just on production, but also on collaboration, networking and promoting the brand,” he points out. “I’ve received many awards through the years, but this is the one I value most, because it speaks to who I am professionally.”