Cindi Sodolski, President of the Cindi Sodolski Group


It was upon building a newly constructed home and getting to choose all the finishes and final touches that first intrigued Cindi Sodolski. This, combined with a passion for involvement in her community made real estate a natural career fit. Now in real estate for 11 years, Sodolski has lived in Chicago for three decades and is well versed in all aspects of city living. A former medical professional, she treats her clients to white glove service, peppered with the utmost patience and thoughtfulness.

As team leader of the Cindi Sodolski Group, she and her team serve residential clientele in Chicago and north of the city. Her business is generated largely through past client and industry referrals. Clients seek out her team for their layered professionalism, network of industry professionals that helps secure wins and Sodolski’s strong negotiation skills. “Our approach to real estate is focused on following a systematic process that is both simple and informative, while paying close attention to every detail,” she says.

Sodolski has been formally acknowledged for her success with multiple awards and distinctions. She was recognized as one of America’s best agents by Newsweek, has made multiple esteemed top 100 lists and has been named among the top 1% of producers by her local Realtor association since 2013. The accolade she holds most dear is having been nominated for Chicago Reader’s Best of 2021.

Also featured on HGTV’s House Hunters twice, Sodolski has a hands-on style that helped her persevere through the pandemic. Highly active on social media, she leverages emerging technologies, including AI and ChatGPT, to enhance marketing videos and strategically elevate her listings.

In her spare time, she loves to play with her Goldendoodle, Archie. The proud mom of four also relishes any time spent with family, trying different cuisines at the city’s amazing restaurants, traveling and working on her video series — “Cindi and the City.”

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