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A divison of RE/Max Destiny.
Specializing in Commercial, Residential & Investment Real Estate in Chicagoland & Suburbs
GEORGIA has been a realtor since 1985 and has been working with RE/MAX since 1986. She has lived in the area for over 47 years. Ever since starting with RE/MAX, Georgia has received an award every year for her sales performance and is a member of the RE/MAX HALL OF FAME. This award is bestowed upon only the most elite agents in the real estate industry.
Georgia has been married for over 44 years to her husband John, a restaurateur, and has 3 children: Tom, Vickie & Chris. Georgia is also very active in her Church community, having served on the P.T.O. board both as a member and President. She is also involved in the Philoptohos Society, an organization that helps raise money for various charities.
VICKIE started with RE/MAX in 2002 and has a Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing and Communications with a minor in Finance and Philosophy from De Paul University. She received a departmental award for Outstanding Leadership in the IME Program, an Honors Program for Business majors, during it's induction. During college, Vickie interned at Comdisco, Inc. and Andersen Consulting. For 9 years, she was employed with American Benefit Services, inc. (ABSi), a company that negotiates Health Insurance Premiums for Fortune 500 companies, major banks and Labor Organizations. She held the job title Director of National Accounts for 6 years. Vickie, who has lived in the area all of her life, is married to Elias Soupos, a Patent Attorney for Leydig, Voit & Mayer and has 2 children, Panos & Andriana.
Georgia's 29+ years experience in the Real Estate industry and Vickie's Marketing, Financial and Sales background make this Mother-Daughter team one that will work hard and serve all your Real Estate needs in a professional and effective manner.
Having lived both in the city and the suburbs has helped Georgia & Vickie develop into a very versatile real estate team. Their ability to equally adapt, to both the suburban and Chicago markets, has become the found