Naperville, IL, January 21, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Ryan Hill Realty, a leading real estate brokerage in the western suburbs of Chicago, announced today that it has appointed Christine Chase as Managing Broker effective December 28, 2015.
Managing Broker / Owner of Ryan Hill Realty, Teresa Ryan said: “As Christine Chase takes over as Managing Broker, we aim to increase expansion efforts relating to recruitment and retention, enhance agent training and mentorship, and focus on company growth in 2016. We’re very excited to see what Chris will bring to further this vision.”
Chase, the former Relocation Director of Ryan Hill Realty in 2009, has chosen to rejoin the brokerage, bringing with her over 20 years as a full time real estate broker, managing broker and educator; having served over 800 families with their real estate needs.
Chase commented: “I look forward to leading this hard-working, innovative and driven team of agents into even greater success. It’s my intention to bring value and join the management team in enhancing Ryan Hill Realty’s award-winning offerings – to our clients, as well as to our agents and staff.”
Her professional affiliations include: Graduate Realtor Institute (GRI) Certified Residential Specialist (CRS), Accredited Buyer’s Representative (ABR), Certified Negotiation Consultant (CNC), and Short Sale and Foreclosure Specialist (SFR).
She was named the 2012 REALTOR OF THE YEAR by the Mainstreet Organization of Realtors. Chase is active in her Local, State and National Realtor Associations, and is a Past President of the Mainstreet Organization of Realtors and currently a Director of the National Association of Realtors. Her professional background includes sales training with Century 21 Real Estate, Relocation Director for Ryan Hill Realty, Managing Broker of Realty Executives First, Regional Vice President of Realty Executives Great Lakes Region, and Recruiter/Trainer for Realty Executives Premiere. She has 15 years of experience in both public and private schools as a teacher of Reading and Language Arts.