Kelsey Mayher and Christine Egley-Rashkow, Brokers

James Sotheby’s International Realty

Right before the pandemic hit, brokers Kelsey Mayher and Christine Egley-Rashkow left their respective teams at different brokerages to partner at Jameson Sotheby’s International Realty. The decision has proven to be a success: Business has doubled for both of them. What’s more, the partnership allows them to focus 100% on each client while freeing up time for family and activities outside of work.

“We treat every transaction as if we were personally purchasing the property,” they insist. “We hold integrity to our core.” An added bonus of working with these two brokers: Mayher grew up in a development family — her sister is Karli of KJM Construction — and can walk into a home with “good bones” and immediately show a client its full potential. Karli actually introduced Mayher to Egley-Rashkow, who sold homes for her in Highland Park. The three of them are now working together in Logan Square.

The brokers have relationships with various contractors they can refer and understand the design elements that provide the most value to a potential seller. They have also sold a number of new-construction, single-family homes in the Logan Square area, are building more and venturing into multi-unit buildings.

Members of the Top Agent Network, Mayher and Egley-Rashkow assist buyers and sellers, from first-time to luxury and those relocating to the city and North Shore. “We make clients feel like family,” they say. “We are looking out for their best interests, whether it be building structure, analyzing resale values, interior design or rehabbing.”

Both Mayher and Egley-Rashkow enjoy staying active, playing golf, skiing and pickleball. Self-declared foodies, they like to check out new restaurants around the city and learn about different neighborhoods in the process.

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