Brahin takes charge of @properties Winnetka office

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Anne Brahin


Chicago real estate firm @properties has hired Anne Brahin as vice president of brokerage services in the company’s Winnetka office, according to ompany co-founders Thaddeus Wong and Michael Golden.

Brahin, 49, is a 14-year veteran of North Shore real estate. Prior to joining @properties, she spent almost six years as managing broker at Prudential Rubloff in Winnetka. She also spent nine years as a sales associate with Koenig & Strey in Winnetka.

At @properties, Brahin will oversee broker training and marketing, and assist in the day-to-day operations for the firm’s Winnetka office, which is the highest producing single office on the North Shore, generating over $350 million in annual sales volume.

“I never thought I’d see an office in Winnetka putting up those numbers, especially in the market we’ve just come out of. @properties has the most sophisticated marketing and technology in the business, and I’m looking forward to being a part of the company’s continued growth and success,” said Brahin.

“Anne is the perfect candidate for this position,” said Wong. “She has a wonderful reputation, strong brokerage experience, and extensive knowledge of the North Shore market. She will provide great leadership to our agents.”

Brahin is stepping into the position formerly held by Amy Corr, who will become the full-time manager of the firm’s rapidly growing Highland Park office.

A longtime resident of the North Shore, Brahin has lived in Winnetka and currently resides in Wilmette with her daughter, who attends New Trier High School. She enjoys cooking, entertaining, traveling and volunteering at the Shedd Aquarium.

Established in 2000, @properties is the No. 1 residential brokerage firm in the city of Chicago by market share, the fastest growing North Shore real estate brokerage firm and the third largest brokerage firm in Northern Illinois. The company has offices in Evanston, Winnetka, Lake Forest, Highland Park, River North, Streeterville, Lincoln Park, Bucktown, Lakeview and New Buffalo, Mich. For more information, visit //