Call me Mr. Andersonville
As a top producer with @properties, Olin Eargle is ranked as one of Chicago's top brokers citywide.
After receiving his Illinois Real Estate Brokers License in 2009, Olin has proven himself in the competitive real estate industry with countless satisfied clients. He prides himself on his knowledge of the Chicago real estate market and his ability to translate that comprehension into repeat success for his clients. This has translated into over $100 million and counting in sales across the city and suburbs and the honing of a marketing strategy that is proven to work. He is not only an Andersonville neighborhood expert, but was a resident for over a decade.
Olin's education distinguishes him from most brokers. He has received additional designations from the Chicago Association of Realtors; Accredited Buyers Representative (ABR®), Certified Negotiations Expert (CNE®), Real Estate Negotiation Expert (RENE®) and Short Sale and Foreclosure Resource (SFR®). In 2015, Olin graduated from the National Association of Realtors Graduate Realtor Institute (GRI®). Olin is a member of the Chicago Association of Realtors, Illinois Association of Realtors, and National Association of Realtors and is the lead agent for the Olin Sells Chicago real estate team.
Listen to Olin on #Always Andersonville, The Podcast
THE OSC TEAM
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The OSC Team with @properties is a full-service group of Realtors, offering concierge level HOUSE-pitality to our clients. With over 15 years of experience, we are your go-to source for all things Chicago Real Estate.
Olin has been interviewed and featured in a number of publications and mediums - hover below to see more.
"@: What is your favorite part of working in real estate?
Olin: Seeing the joy on someone’s face when they find “the” home they’ve been looking for. "
Olin Eargle of @properties points out, “Chicago is great about that. We turn old warehouses, churches, and firehouses into new swanky restaurants and housing all the time.”