Jennifer Reddington and Chelsea Georgio
Last fall, Chelsea Georgio and Jennifer Reddington, two rising young realtors, joined Compass. While they didn’t team up, as many Compass agents do, they decided to collaborate, become informal partners, and build a brand together.
“We realized we had to pivot in order to break into the top,” said Jennifer. “We have enthusiasm and high energy, as well as a common vision,” added Chelsea.
Having begun their real estate careers in slow markets — Jennifer in 2015, Chelsea in 2016 — and “powered through”, they know what a competitive market looks like.
With inventory at historically low levels, a big pool of serious buyers, few rentals, and moves stalled because Covid complicated and altered so many family situations, the duo are looking for off-market opportunities.
“Compass doesn’t have a one-market strategy,” they explained. “You can’t with buyers’ eyes all over the place.”
Unlike more seasoned realtors, Jennifer and Chelsea grew up with technology, and are undeterred by the new virtual reality. At Compass, they don’t have conventional office spaces; every agent just brings in their laptop and finds a desk or table to work at.
Both are building connections through social media at breakneck speed. “Buyers are finding us on Instagram. We promote lifestyle, which is what so many young buyers relate to,” noted Chelsea.
All that social media presence takes input, which is another good reason to have a partner by your side. Wanting to help struggling businesses and organizations in town, are planning on featuring one online every month.
When Jennifer had her second child — a girl! — last month, she knew she could count on Chelsea to handle everything at work.
Next May, Chelsea is getting married, and when the big day comes, she knows she can depend on Jennifer to keep the business running smoothly. That’s what partners do.