Recognize a Chicago Agent, Enter to Win $100

October 05, 2010

Got an opinion about an outstanding professional in Chicago real estate? Voice it, and you could win $100.

Voting has begun for the fifth annual Agents’ Choice Awards, which recognizes the best in the industry and is hosted by Chicago Agent magazine.

Agents' Choice AwardsThe polls will close on October 22, and the winners will be featured in the November 8 issue of Chicago Agent magazine.

The entries are anonymous, but if you leave your contact information, you will be entered into a drawing to win a $100 AMEX card.

The categories:

*Upper Bracket Award (City): Vote for the brokerage company in Chicago that you think epitomizes the ultimate in luxury and customer service.

*Upper Bracket Award (Suburb): For the suburban luxury service brokerage.

*Best Brokerage Website: For the brokerage with the best website in all of the Chicagoland area.

*Charitable Service Award (City): Which individual agent do you think has shown the most philanthropic spirit with charitable efforts?

*Charitable Service Award (Suburbs): For the most philanthropic suburban agent.

*Best Dressed: Which agent is the most talented at showing off his/her own individual style?

*Best Individual Agent Website: For the agent who has the best individual website in all of Chicagoland.

*Rookie Most Likely to Succeed (City): For a Chicago agent that started the business after November 2009 and instantly made a huge splash in the industry.

*Rookie Most Likely to Succeed (Suburbs): For the suburban agent who started after November 2009 and has already made an impact.

*Managing Broker of the Year (City)

*Managing Broker of the Year (Suburbs)

*Developer of the Year (City)

*Developer of the Year (Suburbs)

*Lender of the Year

*Industry MVP (City): For the Chicago agent who has been a success year after year.

*Industry MVP (suburbs): With great sales and a great reputation, the MVP is the highest ranking you can bestow on an agent this year.

Visit www.chicagoagentmagazine.com to cast your ballot today.

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