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SHOREWOOD, Ill., 12/28/21 – RE/MAX Ultimate Professionals has announced that Realtor® Matthew Sebby is the latest addition of the growing real estate franchise. Sebby is a multi-million-dollar producer and brings to the office over three years of local real estate and specializes in sales.
“[RE/MAX Ultimate Professionals] continues to lead the industry in customer service,” said Sebby. “As the market evolves, customer service is one need that stays consistent and I’m thrilled to be a part of the solution for my clients. RE/MAX Ultimate Professionals understands the power of both targeted marketing and collaboration within the entire marketplace”
“We are very excited to have Matt join our office,” said RE/MAX Ultimate Professionals Broker/Owner Kathy Dames. “His goal was to grow his business; he chose the best possible brokerage: RE/MAX Ultimate Professionals. Our brokers have seen tremendous growth when moving from offices where they already saw success.”
After decades in the automobile industry, Sebby made his transition to real estate in 2018 where his consultative, solution-driven approach would better serve him. At that time, he was awarded Rookie of the Year by his former national real estate brand.
Sebby also remarked on his smooth transition to RE/MAX Ultimate Professionals: “Joining RE/MAX Ultimate Professionals means being a part of a team unified and focused on a positive experience for clients and our service partners, finalizing each deal seamlessly for all parties.
Sebby understands the importance of providing his clients with the latest market information and industry expertise. To accomplish this goal, he has earned Real Estate Negotiation Expert and Seller Representative Specialist designations.
In adition to helping community members find the right home, Sebby is also passionate about giving back to Will County through local causes involving the school district, the homeless, and the unemployed.