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Two brokers join Premier Commercial Realty

LAKE IN THE HILLS – Premier Commercial Realty recently added two new brokers.

Tina Kropke first joined Premier in 1998 and rejoins the staff, bringing with her more than 25 years of commercial real estate experience specializing in investment sales and brokerage. She started her career in residential real estate but found her niche in commercial. In 1999, Kropke achieved the Certified Commercial Investment Manager designation. She also is a member of The Realtor Land Institute, pursuing her Accredited Land Consultant designation. She lives with her family in Union. 

Mike Williamson, a 2013 graduate of the University of Iowa, received his Realtor license in 2013. He graduated from Dundee-Crown High School in 2009. He is an avid tennis player, is a two-time winner of the Northwest Herald’s “Player of the Year” title and played on two All-State teams. He also competed on the national level as a junior competitor. He lives in Algonquin.

“We’re very excited to expand our team with Tina and Mike,” said Bruce Bossow, president of Premier Commercial Realty. “Tina brings a great deal of expertise to the table, and her CCIM designation shows her commitment to the field. Mike will be working with our seasoned brokers to learn our business, and we have high expectations for his growth and development as a commercial real estate agent.”

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