Kevin continues to be amongst the top commercial brokers in the Northwest Suburban Market. His clients appreciate the fact that he gets deals done for them while creating value for their asset or business. One key for his success is his network of business owners, building owners, and municipal decision-makers. Those connections help him serve both his legacy clients and new clients. He possesses the creativity and professionalism to structure a deal and use his skills to bring it to the finish line. Amongst those he works with, Kevin has a reputation for being timely, diligent, professional, and honest. His prompt and professional approach has helped many clients achieve their goals and solve their problems. Kevin’s favorite type of way to create value within deals is by setting up “win-win” scenarios for both sides of the deal.
Premier Power Team
Kevin is part of the Premier Power Team, along with Bruce Kaplan and Brian Cowell. The Power Team provides a wide array of real estate services to owners and investors, most notably having 3 seasoned brokers involved–the team approach. This team approach, along with modern day marketing techniques, helps assist clients with creating the most value for their asset, primarilyindustrial type buildings.
In addition to working the industrial market, Kevin has moved more towards working with the investor community. He is currently completing his CCIM designation and has brokered several larger investment deals within the last couple of years, the most recent was a $2.4million sale of a self-storage property in Spring Grove, IL. His grasp on the economy and the commercial real estate market are what make him a top broker producer at Premier.
Some of his recent clients include:
-Red Wing Shoes
-Dreiske Moving and Storage Company
-Dirty Rides, INC
-Flight Crews Unlimited
Professional Affiliations Include:
- Northern Illinois Commercial Association of Realtors
- Illinois Realtors
- National Association of Realtors
B.A. History – Illinois Wesleyan University
M.A. Curriculum and Instruction – American College of Education