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About Northbrook Real Estate Agent – Justin Greenberg | BHHS KoenigRubloff

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My dream was to be a professional golfer. . .

. . . but things don’t always work out exactly the way you dreamed. Goals on the other hand, when carefully thought out, meticulously planned and flawlessly executed, do tend to come true. Since I was little kid, I was always a dreamer, but I’ve always met the goals I set for myself. My name is Justin Greenberg and I’m a golf enthusiast, private pilot in training, 3-time Tough Mudder, wannabe top-chef, DIY barnwood builder, sometimes fitness fanatic, devoted husband (to my wife Carrie,) proud pet parent of two fur children (Bella Bean and Charlie), and goal oriented full-time professional real estate dream finder.

My real estate path began in college. I was an advertising student with an art minor, and Vice President of my fraternity (Lambda Chi Alpha.) A few of my mentors at my summer caddying job had suggested that I would make a great commercial realtor and recommended that I get my real estate license. Fast forward to 2019, I’m in my 12 th year in business as an award-winning RESIDENTIAL Realtor. I’ve experienced more in my 12 years than most in my field have in 40 years. I co-founded, developed and shuttered a real estate web-technology company. I’ve run 2 branch offices for a multibillion-dollar real estate brokerage helping new agents become top producing powerhouses and coaching experienced agents to create a better lifestyle for themselves. All that said, the thing I’m most proud of in my career is helping the hundreds of people who have entrusted me with the sale or purchase of their most expensive asset.

In life and in business, it’s fun to dream, but crucial to set goals. Everything I’ve experience in my life has brought me to a few core beliefs. Always be truthful especially when it’s hard. Treat others the way I would want to be treated. It’s ok to be creative and different, that’s the only way things change for the better.