Brian Lies's Profile
980 N Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL 60611
"A real estate purchase is the single largest investment that most individuals and families will make. It pays to find the best property that meets the person's needs, will provide long term satisfaction, and will increase in value." It is therefore very important to select a real estate consultant who can guide the clients through the process and help them make the correct choice.
A real estate professional's success is measured by their client's level of satisfaction. His sales have been condominiums, town houses, and single family homes in the city and suburbs of Chicago. His ability to understand his client's needs, creativity, and outstanding negotiating skills have earned him "high marks" from his clients. His abilities are derived from over 32 years as a Senior Executive with outstanding Fortune 500 companies: Federated Department Stores (now Macy's), The May Company, Spiegel, and Harley-Davidson. He is extremely proud to be a "charter member" of the new Gold Coast office of Prudential Rubloff. In June 2007, he achieved his Broker's License.
"My wife and I personally believe in the value of purchasing outstanding properties. We have owned, enjoyed, and profitably sold homes in Minneapolis, Pittsburgh and four in Chicago. We currently own and live in Lincoln Park and own properties in Union Pier, Michigan, and Longboat Key, Florida."
Brian enjoys working with first time buyers or the most seasoned professionals. His high level of energy, resourcefulness, flexibility, and commitment to the highest level of service complements his enjoyment of working with people.
Brian holds an AB degree in Psychology from Hamilton College in Clinton, New York and an Executive Master's Degree from the Kellogg School of Business. He and his wife, Valerie, President and CEO of the Donor's Forum have lived in Chicago since 1984 and in Lincoln Park since 1997.
649 WEST ARMITAGE AVENUE
3 beds, 3 baths, 1 half-baths
2626 NORTH WAYNE AVENUE #REAR
4 beds, 2 baths, 1 half-baths