Nancy McAdam, Vice President of Sales

Jameson Sotheby’s International Realty

Serving the Lincoln Park, Gold Coast and Old Town areas of Chicago that she has lived in for 35 years —along with many other in-demand neighborhoods — Nancy McAdam uses her familiarity with the area to assist a broad range of clients with a variety of products. That knowledge, combined with Jameson Sotheby’s International Realty’s advanced marketing technology, makes her a force to be reckoned with. “We have video and online tools in place so that I can traverse distance, and other factors, and provide clients the best service possible,” she explains. “I use videos in all of my sale listings and they make a huge difference.”

McAdam has been in the industry for 19 years and 2021 was her best production year to date. She has been awarded the Chicago Association of Realtors’ Top Producer designation (2012-2021), as well as Jameson Sotheby’s Intl. Realty’s Top Producer honor for the same years.  She also ranked among Jameson Sotheby’s Intl. Realty’s Top Ten in the City Offices in 2021 and has been named as one of Crain’s Most Influential Residential Real Estate Brokers (2018).

Diligence and persistence have been instrumental to McAdam’s success. “I am diligent on the business side and I try to make the process stress-free, fun and enjoyable for my clients,” she relates. She uncovers her clients’ goals and desires and shares a market overview with them. Her business savvy and commitment to “follow-up and follow-through” have also earned her a reputation for being “a consummate professional” among her clients. It is praise from clients that matters most to McAdam. “I’ve had a client who was selling their 12th home and I was able to earn their highest praise over others they’ve worked with,” she says. “That means the world to me.”

An avid traveler, McAdam has visited 38 nations and looks forward to adding to the list. She is also an outreach coordinator for Victory Ministries Church.

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