@properties Christie’s International Real Estate Named Tribune Top Workplace For 10th Year In A Row
For a 10th consecutive year, @properties Christie’s International Real Estate has been named a Top Workplace by the Chicago Tribune.
“Our agents and staff continue to drive the culture we’ve become known for,” said Thad Wong, co-CEO of @properties Christie’s International Real Estate. “The results of this survey are a testament to the great workplace environment that has been created by thousands of people over many years, and that continues to position us as Chicago’s #1 brokerage firm.”
Last year, @properties acquired Christie’s International Real Estate, the global luxury network of leading brokerage firms. The acquisition has enhanced @properties’ luxury profile and reach locally, nationally, and internationally.
Over the past decade, @properties Christie’s International Real Estate has also become a leader in real estate technology. The company has used local programming talent to develop a proprietary suite of brokerage-tech applications known as pl@tform™. The software gives agents everything they need to digitally manage the client relationship and real estate transaction in one convenient interface. @properties’ tech prowess earned the firm “Brokerage of the Year” honors at the 2022 Inman Innovator Awards.
After two years of record growth, the real estate industry is grappling with the challenges of rapidly rising mortgage rates. Regardless of ups and downs, @properties Christie’s International Real Estate agents and staff continue to deliver the best service in the industry.
“We view the current market as an opportunity to acquire new skills, to innovate, and to build on ten years of sustained greatness as a Top Workplace,” added Mike Golden, co-CEO of @properties Christie’s International Real Estate. “Our agents and staff draw inspiration from this award each year.”
The Chicago Tribune Top Places To Work list of companies is based solely on employee feedback gathered through a third-party survey administered by Energage, LLC. The survey is conducted anonymously and measures key drivers of engaged company cultures.