Chase Pivarnik

Chase Pivarnik Real Estate

Broker Associate

Realty Executives Premier

310 E. Lincolnway,

Valparaiso, IN 46383

Cell: 219-508-8644

Fax: 219-462-2224

DRE: RB14050319

Languages Spoken: English

Chase Pivarnik - Biography

Real Estate Broker  (current)

Realty Executives Premier


Direct the marketing, objectives, and priorities of selling real estate. Understanding my clients goals and building a strong working relationship. Tailoring the home selling process to fit the characteristics of the property. Experienced real estate professional including contract negotiations, administrative duties, advertising & marketing, and closing procedures. Communicate the features and benefits of the real estate for sale to a qualified market audience. Promote top-of-mind awareness throughout the targeted market. Maintain a consistent level of communication. Maintain the highest level of ethics, integrity, determination & professionalism. Assist client in getting the highest number of qualified buyers into the real estate at hand until it is sold. Direct in negotiating the highest dollar value and most attractive contract terms.


Serving your Commercial , Residential, Vacant Land, Income / Investment properties & Rental Real Estate needs.



Managing Director  (current)

Indiana Remodeling & Fountain of Youth Bathrooms

Top executive responsible for a firm's overall operations and performance. The leader of the firm, serves as the main link between the firm's various parts or levels, and is held solely responsible for the firm's success or failure. One of the major duties is to maintain and implement corporate policy, as established by the business.



Director / Secretary Board of Directors

7149 Bay Drive Condo Association, Inc.
(3 years 4 months)

Condos, just like many other businesses, are managed by a board of directors. A condo's board creates and enforces the organization's Covenants, Conditions & Restrictions, or CC&Rs, a document that dictates homeowner actions. The board is also responsible for all aspects of condo management. However, most board members do not manage condos themselves. Instead, they often hire management companies to perform day-to-day operations, and approve on requests & needs, etc.