AWARDS + PRESS
IN THE PRESS
Licensed Real Estate Broker
Aaron is a strong believer in attention to detail, preparation, transparency, collaboration, and most importantly, hard work. He is available to his clients 24/7. He prides himself on long-standing relationships, built through trust, which result in most of his business coming through referrals. After 21 years experience, Aaron has assembled a team of attorneys, lenders, home inspectors, designers, and trades that will make your transaction as seamless as possible.
Share and his family have lived in Glenview for 10 years. In this time, he has become heavily involved in the community. He is a board member of the Glenview Chamber of Commerce and sponsors several community organizations and events. In his spare time, Share is an enthusiastic “OG” member of The League of Very Ordinary Gentlemen (a local softball organization that gives back to the community), plays paddle tennis, coaches his son's baseball, and enjoys an evening with the Our Lady of Perpetual Help Men’s Club.
Aaron possesses a unique skill set that allows him to offer the highest level of personal service around.
Kristine has a passion for helping her clients reach their real estate dreams. As a Broker with Compass and The Share Team, she provides the values of hard work, integrity, and outstanding service to every buyer and seller she works with.
With over 30 years as an expert in corporate communications, marketing clients to Wall Street and Main Street, advising boards of directors and executives, Kristine was industry-known for innovative and strategic programs that raised awareness with investors, employees, customers and communities.
Today, she brings that same set of skills to help her buyers and sellers reach their goals. Kristine’s proven track record of helping clients align objectives with market expectations, build awareness and develop sales initiatives is all fueled by her data driven marketing initiatives and high-stakes visibility programs.
Kristine is an active member in her North Shore community, she served as PTA Treasurer, and currently serves on the Discover Symphony Board and is the Oil Lamp Theater board President. She was featured in the Chicago Tribune article “Just Friends?” and was recently interviewed for the ABC Channel 7 News story “Beauty Lasts Forever.”