Prudential Rubloff Properties Launches "Ask Rubloff"

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Prudential Rubloff Properties launches “Ask Rubloff”, an online avenue for consumers to pose real estate questions and receive answers from a panel of experts.

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Consumers love information, and we are in an ideal position to provide it. Our talented group of industry experts is available for consumers to engage directly, in a quick and easy way, through or our website

Michael Pierson and Chris Eigel, principals of the prestigious Chicago-area real estate firm Prudential Rubloff Properties, are pleased to announce the launch of Ask Rubloff, a new online initiative designed to provide consumers with answers to their real estate questions in a user-friendly online forum.

Ask Rubloff is Prudential Rubloff’s latest avenue to engage and service consumers directly at or from the Ask Rubloff icon on the home page. The Ask Rubloff panel of real estate experts responds to every question drawing upon their vast real estate and related industry knowledge. Topics they address include: buying, selling, renting, real estate investment, appraisal, credit, insurance, title, mortgage financing, relocation, careers in real estate and more.

The Ask Rubloff panel is: Michael Pierson, President and Chairman of Prudential Rubloff; Chris Eigel, CEO of Prudential Rubloff; Sara Neidlinger, Account Executive for Rubloff Insurance Agency, LLC; and Thadd Lewis, President of Sterling Title Services, LLC. An archive of questions and answers is available for consumers to view or search. Ask Rubloff users can also interact with each other, by adding comments under each post and sharing information across the Chicago-area market.

“I’m extremely pleased to announce the launch of our latest social initiative, Ask Rubloff,” said Pierson, President and Chairman. “Consumers love information, and we, as real estate experts, are in an ideal position to provide it. Our talented group of industry experts is available for consumers to engage directly, in a quick and easy way, through or our website”

“We like to say Ask Rubloff is One Magnificent View into all of your real estate questions. Our experts’ viewpoints are based on decades of experience. They do all of the homework and provide tailored responses. So, if you have a real estate question, simply Ask Rubloff,” said Stephanie Kurtz, Prudential Rubloff’s Director of Digital Strategy and Initiatives.

“At Prudential Rubloff, we continually upgrade our consumer experience,” said Eigel, CEO. “By providing valuable resources like Ask Rubloff, consumers recognize us as market experts and feel confident considering our firm when they are in need of real estate services.“

About Prudential Rubloff Properties
Prudential Rubloff Properties has 15 sales offices with nearly 850 sales professionals and staff in Chicago’s Gold Coast, Lincoln Park, Lakeview and South Loop neighborhoods as well as suburban Evanston, Hinsdale, Lake Forest, Libertyville, Northbrook, Wheaton, Winnetka and Michigan’s Harbor Country. Prudential Rubloff is the exclusive provider of Prudential Rubloff Mobile, a mobile application that allows users to explore all homes for sale, for rent or that have recently sold in the Chicago and Southwest Michigan areas from their mobile device. Prudential Rubloff is also the exclusive provider of the Rubloff Report, a consumer trend and analysis tool for neighborhoods and communities in Chicago’s Cook, Lake and DuPage counties. To receive the Rubloff Report, or to download the Prudential Rubloff Mobile application, please visit

Prudential Rubloff is an independently owned and operated member of Prudential Real Estate Affiliates, a full-service residential and commercial real estate network with nearly 1,500 franchise offices and approximately 50,000 sales professionals in the franchise network in the United States and Canada. Prudential Rubloff ranked first in the Midwest and seventh in the nation in the Prudential Real Estate Network in 2012. For additional information and the finest online residential real estate experience in the Chicago-area, please visit

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