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Chicago Real Estate Industry Career Moves

Chicago’s mid-market multifamily brokerages are focusing on South and West side experts, expanding into the northwest suburbs, and executing succession plans. One such example is the boutique brokerage Luxury Living, which has a new CEO at the helm. In addition, Colliers has recruited a veteran from JLL to lead its Midwest multifamily valuation and appraisal practice. Keep reading to learn more about these and other career moves in the Chicago real estate industry.

Luxury Living Welcomes New CEO

Aaron and Amy Galvin, the husband-and-wife co-founders of boutique multifamily leasing and residential brokerage Luxury Living, have announced a leadership change. Amy Galvin is stepping up as the new CEO, taking over from Aaron, who will now focus on growing the company’s development and acquisition pipeline. Luxury Living is currently assisting in the development of the $102 million Streeterville apartment high-rise called the Saint Grand.

Essex Realty Group Expands South and West Side Expertise

Mid-market multifamily brokerage Essex Realty Group has brought on a team from competitor Monarch Realty Partners to expand its South and West side expertise. Monarch co-founder Michael Anguiano and principal Robert Berman have joined Essex as managing directors, with former Monarch teammates Jeremy DeMarco and Daniel Shabsin serving as associates. Former Monarch marketing coordinator Allie Robson has also joined Essex.

Colliers Recruits JLL Veteran

Colliers has grabbed veteran appraiser Nik Bex from JLL to serve the Midwest multifamily market. Bex previously led JLL’s Midwest multifamily and student housing valuation and appraisal practices for over a year and worked at CBRE in a similar role for four years. At Colliers, Bex will be in charge of recruiting and expanding the multifamily client base for the company’s appraisal and valuation unit.

Kiser Group Pushes into the Northwest Suburbs

Mid-market multifamily brokerage Kiser Group is pushing into the northwest suburbs, adding Radina Dimova as an advisor. Dimova was a real estate broker with Coldwell Banker for the last two years and is also a real estate investor. In her new role at Kiser Group, Dimova will focus on serving inventors, landlords, and developers in Chicago’s northwest suburbs.

As the Chicago real estate industry continues to evolve, professionals are making strategic career moves to adapt to the ever-changing market. These moves not only strengthen their respective companies but also contribute to the overall growth and success of the industry. For more information about the Chicago real estate market, be sure to check out our website for resources and insights.

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