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Re/Max office expands into Huntley

HUNTLEY – Re/Max Unlimited Northwest will add its fifth location when the brokerage opens a new office in January at 12376 Princeton Drive in Huntley.

Dennis White, one of the owners of Re/Max Unlimited Northwest, said that breaking into the Huntley market, especially during a time in which the residential real estate market is in a recovery period, was too good of an opportunity to pass up.

“That community is growing rapidly,” White said. “We look at Huntley as an area poised for some impressive population growth and real estate activity."

White, along with co-owner Mike Origer, already own four Re/Max Unlimited Northwest offices in Algonquin, Palatine, Lake Zurich and Crystal Lake.

“For us, it’s all about providing the best customer-service experience possible,” White said. “We want people to know that when they come to us, they will be working with professional, dedicated agents who truly understand their market.”

Joanne Levicki will serve as the manager of the Re/Max Unlimited Northwest Huntley office. White’s goal is to see 20 additional agents join Levicki there within the next two years.

The new 2,000-square-foot office will feature an open floor plan and a large conference room, allowing agents to meet with clients in a relaxed atmosphere.

“It used to be that real estate offices had rows of private desks and cubicles,” White said. “Our office will feature open workspaces and a welcoming design. We want our clients to feel comfortable as soon as they enter our office.

“We are forecasting significant growth for the Huntley area,” he added.“We really are excited about meeting area residents and other businesses in the community as we expand and look forward to giving back to the community. We are biased obviously, but we have the best agents in the business, and they are all excited for our opening.”


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