Jessie’s name is associated with connecting her real estate community – no small feat for a territory of her size. And it’s clear to see her name is setting her up for even bigger adventures to come, and more impressive goals to reach.
“I determine my own everything here. If I don’t want to help others and just make as much money as possible, I could do that,” Alby said. “[But] if I want to help others, it’s extra rewarding.”
"I feel like I’m made to do this, and I love that my dream aligns with the way Real Producers is run. I barely see it as work – it’s challenging but so fulfilling to help businesses and connect professionals."
He eloquently remembered, “Everything came together in this beautiful moment.”
For Rachel, it’s all about connecting with people. Whether it’s teaching REALTORS®, coaching others to live empowered lives they love, or working with her team, her commitment to knowledge and excellent service is a cornerstone of the company culture.
“I know how hard it is for businesses to get in front of top real estate agents. It was a no-brainer for these companies – I could show them a great way to get in front of them with this publication.”
Kristin was one of the first seven Area Directors for Real Producers. For most people this would’ve been a pretty daunting endeavor, but the main task of the role was to build relationships with real estate agents and local businesses – and this she knew she could do.
For Alexis Brinkley, launching a Real Producers magazine was as selfless an act as any.
Drive a little more, be a little more thankful, and count your blessings every day. A tribute to veterans.
June marks the three-year anniversary of Indy Top Producers magazine -- the OG RP!
After losing his son, Chicago REALTOR finds strength and comfort in his peers.