DOING GOOD BY HELPING OTHERS
To add your next real estate transaction to the growing list of success stories, just start with IIC. You can benefit your favorite charity at no cost
You can benefit your favorite charity at no cost to you:
- With any brokered – commercial or residential purchase or sale or office, retail, industrial lease.
- As long as your transaction is in the U.S..
- Regardless of the agent you decide to work with, as long as you start with IIC.
- Regardless of the agent you choose, whether your choice of agent is “charitable” or “socially conscious.”
- When you start with IIC, it doesn’t matter if the broker is interested in doing good.
- With IIC, the emphasis for the consumer is the best broker for the transaction.
The Woodstock Institute
The Woodstock Institute helps people and communities of color or low wealth to achieve economic prosperity. Because they used IIC with their broker, they were able to generate $2,239 for their own mission. Most recently, they signed a new office lease and generated an additional $2,159 of funding from IIC.
PrimeCare Community Health Center
PrimeCare Community Health Center, an IIC health and wellness member organization, chose a broker through IIC. As a result of their office lease renewal, they received $1,714 through Investing In Communities.
Neal Nealis, DDS
When Neal Nealis, DDS sought to renew his office lease, he took advantage of the opportunity to also support BuildOn, at no cost to his practice. Because they used Investing In Communities to find their broker, BuildOn received $500 when the transaction closed.
Miner Barnhill & Galland
When Miner Barnhill & Galland, signed a lease for new offices at 325 N. LaSalle, to relocate from its brownstone-home of more than 20 years in River North, it selected two charities to receive $9,000, through Investing In Communities, at no expense to the firm. Near North Service Corporation, which provides access to high-quality healthcare to the diverse populations and communities on the northside of Chicago, received $5,000. Voice of the People Uptown, Inc., which provides affordable housing and empowers community members in Uptown and its surrounding communities, received $4,000.
As the result of its office lease renewal in downtown Chicago, Metropolitan Group was able to select Circle of Parents to receive $2,313 through Investing In Communities®.
As the result of its office lease renewal in downtown Chicago, Maestros Ventures was able to select the Illinois Legislative Latino Caucus Foundation to receive, through Investing In Communities®, $1,037 for education scholarships.
When Kristofek Financial sought new office space, they took advantage of the opportunity to also support the Young Center for Immigrant Children’s Rights , at no cost to the firm. Because they used Investing In Communities to find their broker, the Young Center received $1,795 when the transaction closed.
Knell, O’Connor & Danielewicz
When Knell, O’Connor & Danielewicz sought to renew their office lease, they took advantage of the opportunity to also support Hesed House, at no cost to the firm. Because they used Investing In Communities to find their broker, Hesed House received $4,000 of unrestricted funding, at no cost to our firm.
Iris Krieg & Associates, Inc
As the result of a new office lease at 70 E. Lake St.in the east loop,Iris Krieg & Associates, Inc., selected Bright Promises Foundation to receive $1,115, at no cost to the firm, through Investing In Communities.