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Realty Executives Premier Recognized as “Brokerage of the Month” for February 2018

When Realty Executives Premier in Valparaiso, Indiana first opened its doors in 2008, Broker/Owners Mike and Pam Tezak led the firm of just four agents with a big vision: set out to redefine the business of real estate in northwest Indiana. They knew they would have to go toe-to-toe with several older and larger brands, and they believed they could do it better.

Today, with over 50 real estate professionals across two office locations serving buyers and sellers throughout northwest Indiana, the Tezaks are seeing their goals realized one by one, year after year.  The leading firm is on the cutting edge, making use of tech like virtual floor time and video marketing, and bringing local expertise to clients spanning Lake and Porter Counties all the way to LaPorte County. Realty Executives Premier is Realty Executives International’s Brokerage of the Month for February 2018 — yet another measure of the team’s success and leadership across a global real estate brand. Continue reading

How will the election affect real estate markets across the country?

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Questions about how the 2016 presidential election is going to affect the housing market have been top-of-mind over the last 12 months. And with real estate magnate Donald Trump being voted into office as America’s 45th president, experts are taking a closer look at his policies and campaign promises.

However, the answer to this question is different depending on your location, so we reached out to real estate professionals across the country:

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Realty Executives Premier to Restore 1927 Building

Mike and Pam TezakHistorical renovations are well underway at 310 E. Lincolnway in Valparaiso, Indiana, where Michael and Pam Tezak of Realty Executives Premier have operated their business for seven years.   Last month the Tezaks purchased the building and immediately began renovations, with plans to restore their office space to it’s original 1927 look.

The Chicago Tribune featured the Tezak’s story recently — click here for more.