Steve Jasinski and the Jasinski Home Team have joined the company! With close to $30 million in 2020 closed volume, the Jasinski Home Team is an award-winning team serving the western suburbs. Read more about them in the Patch, LuxuryRealEstate.com and PRWeb.
We are so excited to welcome Steve Jasinski and The Jasinski Home Team, who just joined our company today! As a top producing real estate team, they primarily serve La Grange, La Grange Highlands, La Grange Park, Brookfield, Burr Ridge, Countryside, Hinsdale, Indian Head Park, Lyons, Riverside, Westchester, Western Springs and Willow Springs.
Michigan Avenue’s Sophia Klopas and Jason Stratton of the Klopas Stratton Team were featured in the Chicago Tribune in a story about buyers wanting more space. In the article, Sophia and Jason’s listing at 2642 N. Lakewood in Lincoln Park is showcased for its 1,600-square-foot master suite that occupies the third floor, beautiful deck and outdoor space. Click here to read the story.
Downers Grove broker Elaine Pagels and Wheaton’s Samantha Bauman were both featured in a Crain’s Chicago Business story on buyer incentives. Because of low inventory, buyers in multiple offer scenarios are going far beyond the traditional buyer letter to sweeten their offers. Flowers, champagne, house cleaning and tax credits are some of the extraordinary efforts that may or may not help buyers win. To read the story, please click here.
Register Now! Join us this Friday for Episode Four of the Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Global Luxury Open House as we tour 6 incredible properties from around the world. Contact Luxury@bhhschicago.com to reserve your spot today!
Carolyn Anavi, of the Live Here Rental Group in the Michigan Avenue office, formerly Live Here Chicago, shared the benefits and flexibility of a career in real estate with the Chicago Tribune. To read the article, please click here.
Kelly Rynes of the Glenview office was featured in today’s Crain’s Chicago Business in a Dennis Rodkin story about the shift in the luxury real estate market in 2020. In the story, Rynes was quoted as saying, “Ultrahigh-net-worth individuals are by nature agile and pivot easily as their needs and interests demand.” She went on to share her insights about potential reasons for the shift. To read the story, please click here.