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Gary Jacklin has worked in real estate for 30 years in the Chicago suburbs, and he continues to innovate. As managing broker/owner of RE/ MAX Action, he’s been ranked No. 1 for internet marketing by RE/MAX Northern Illinois every year since 2003. Although Jacklin no longer lists and sells, he has been a top producer himself and understands what makes a successful top producer, and how agents can use technology to help them reach their goals. “Our RE/MAX Action agents continually compliment our staff, and the implementation of the leading-edge technology we provide and implement for them to help them service and grow their business,” he says.
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